Plug into Nature Camp returns to Nameless Creek

HANCOCK COUNTY — Nameless Creek Youth Camp is seeking applicants for the sixth annual Plug into Nature Camp, which is scheduled for July 11 through 15. 

The camp is designed for 48 Hancock County children, entering third through fifth grades, who might not normally be able to attend camp, according to a news release. Scholarship students are given the opportunity to register for camp for a nominal fee. After the deadline for scholarship students, which is May 29, the camp is opened up to other students. 

The students are led by Hancock County camp counselors from high school to college age, a camp director, adult volunteers and volunteer groups, as well as experts in the area of outdoor cooking, horsemanship, survivorship, forest safety, nature art and outdoor games, who share their talents and lead the students. 
 
Application forms are available at namelesscreekyouthcamp.com. For more information, call Martha Haynes, director, at 317-498-6861. 
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Rorye Hatcher is a reporter at the Greenfield Daily Reporter. She can be reached at ​317-477-3211 or rhatcher@greenfieldreporter.com.