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High School Camp

August 22, 2014
By KCS Staff
Group photo of our high school campers and staff from Ka Pa’alana.

From August 18-21, fifteen of our high school students enjoyed camp at Pu’u Kahea Conference Center, while also venturing out to serve the Waianae community.

The students’ days were packed with service oriented activities. On Tuesday, in partnership with the non-profit organization Ka Pa’alana, students distributed hygiene kits to the homeless in the Waianae Boat Harbor community.  The next day, the team visited Pai’olu Kaiaulu (U.S. Vets Waianae homeless shelter) and worked on site by sorting donations, weeding the rose garden, and cleaning play equipment.  Our students also presented a puppet show and spent time playing and interacting with children in the shelter.  For many, that was the highlight of their camp experience.

Evenings gave students a chance to unwind and reflect on the day’s events.  Through large and small group discussions, Pastor Valente led students through a series of messages on true femininity and masculinity.  Students were challenged to reflect on how they can bring glory to God in all that they are and do.