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Below are some documents for your reference to prepare for camp. Click on the blue links to open them.

Camp TWIGS

Camp TWIGS Code
Campers and Volunteers are expected to follow this code while at Camp TWIGS.

Camper Expectations
Please discuss these and be sure the camper understands all of them.

Camper Releases
These are the releases for campers that parents agree to during the registration process.

Campership Policy
This document explains our policy for providing financial assistance for the tuition of campers with diabetes. You can apply for camperships during the camper registration process and we will contact you with our campership application process.

Dress Code
Campers and Volunteers are expected to follow this code. Be sure to review this list before packing.

Volunteer Releases
These are the releases for campers that parents agree to during the registration process.

Camp TWIGS Forms

Camper Physician's Release Form
Please print out the form and bring it to your primary care provider. Ask them to fax the completed form or mail it. Please remember to provide a copy of immunizations and date of last tetanus when you check in with your med team at camp. These forms are mandatory for camp participation.

Pre-camp Diabetes Record
Keep a record of your camper’s food and blood glucose for the week prior to camp and bring the document with you.

Volunteer Physician’s Release Form
Please print out the form and bring it to your primary care provider. Ask them to fax the completed form or mail it. Please remember to provide a copy of immunizations and date of last tetanus when you check in with your medical team at camp. These forms are mandatory for camp participation.


 Camp STIX

Camp STIX Policies

Camp STIX Code
Campers and Volunteers are expected to follow this code while at Camp STIX.

Camper Expectations
Please discuss these and be sure the camper understands all of them.

Camper Releases
These are the releases for campers that parents agree to during the registration process.

Campership Policy
This document explains our policy for providing financial assistance for the tuition of campers with diabetes. You can apply for camperships during the camper registration process and we will contact you with our campership application process.

Children of Volunteers Policy
This document explains how our parent volunteers and their camper(s) can get the best out of camp together.

Dress Code
Campers and Volunteers are expected to follow this code. Be sure to review this list before packing.

Riverview Bible Camp Arbitration Agreement
This is the Arbitration Agreement with Riverview Bible Camp that all campers and volunteers must agree to in order to attend.

Volunteer Releases
These are the releases that volunteers agree to during their application process.

Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) Policy
Information and advice about the option to bring a CGM to camp.

Camp STIX Forms

Camper Physician's Release Form
Due June 1. Please print out the form and bring it to your primary care provider. Ask them to fax the completed form or mail it to Camp STIX. Please remember to provide a copy of immunizations and date of last tetanus when you check in with your med team at camp. These forms are mandatory for camp participation.

Medical Check-In Form
Fill out this with your camper's information before camp and bring the document with you to help expedite your check-in process.

Volunteer Physician’s Release Form
Due June 1. Please print out the form and bring it to your primary care provider. Ask them to fax the completed form or mail it to Camp STIX. Please remember to provide a copy of immunizations and date of last tetanus when you check in with your medical team at camp. These forms are mandatory for camp participation.

Assigned Guardian for Minor Volunteer Form
If your child is a legal minor and will be volunteering at Camp STIX without you being there, you must fill out this form with the legal adult who will be responsible for your child and bring it to camp.

Helpful Information Before Camp

Bedwetting Information for Parents
This document explains how you can help prepare if accidents happen.

Camper Supplies to Pack
This list will help you remember what to bring and what to leave at home.

AYUDA Glucagon Drive
Every year we collect expired (not used) glucagon pens to share with our less fortunate friends in developing countries. Our medical team will provide prescriptions for replacing any pens donated for the cause at camp. Please try to make sure that the glucagon is not more than 6 months expired. Thank you!

Homesickness Advice for Parents & Campers
Anyone at any age can get homesick. These tips for both parents and campers can help.

Map to Riverview Bible Camp
Driving instructions may be helpful to bring along.

TrialNet
We hope you will take advantage of this convenient opportunity to screen your entire family and help to advance this important autoantibody research. If you would like to save time at camp, call 800-888-4187 or email diabetes@benaroyaresearch.org to review paperwork at least a week prior camp. Learn more about TrialNet at their website www.diabetestrialnet.org

Riverview Bible Camp Bed Bug Prevention Letter
This is a letter from Riverview Bible Camp management regarding the prevention of bed bugs.

Things to Know

No Late Arrivals or Early Departures of campers from Camp STIX are allowed unless of an unforeseen family emergency. No exceptions.

Pets, electronics (including phones, games and recording devices), gum, tobacco products and alcohol are not allowed at Riverview Bible Camp so please plan accordingly as you arrive for check-in and as you return for check-out. Clothing and accessories (i.e. bracelets, hats) with drug references or inappropriate language also will not be permitted. Any items brought to camp that are deemed contraband, inappropriate or offensive will be confiscated and returned to parents at check-out.

If you need to reach us at Camp STIX during the week of camp, please email us at campstix@campstix.org or call (509) 484-1366

One of the best parts of camp is receiving mail. We encourage moms, dads, brothers, sisters, grandparents and anyone else to write to their camper. Do not send any food or snacks, this just disrupts the meal plan and causes issues in the cabin. The camp mail is a little slower than usual (3 days to arrive from Spokane), so please send your letters early in the week. Be sure to write the camper’s name on the envelope.

Camp STIX: [Person's Name]
c/o Riverview Bible Camp
408771 State Route 20
 

Cusick, WA 99119

Alternatively you can drop off packages at Camper Check-In on Sunday for us to deliver to your camper provided they are labeled with your camper's full name and the day of the week you would like them to receive them (Monday through Friday).

We do not accept email for campers because of the resources required to print and distribute each of them. Please send your campers mail. They will love it!

Parents/Guardians: if, for any reason, your camper is not going to make it to camp, please let us know as soon as possible to get the best available refund and to permit campers on the waiting list to join us.  If you have any questions or concerns, please call the camp office.

See You At Camp STIX!

The Camp STIX Leadership Team:
Jackpot
, Camp Director
Carrot
, DISH Director
Calamity & Charisma, 
Program Directors
Levemir
, Education Director
Bronco,
 Medical Director