Monday, September 17, 2007

Day 2 Treasure Hunt Results

A lot of campers were curious on how their team fare during the final night's team building treasure hunt, here are the detailed results:

Teams to Reach the Pool (after being sacred to bits at the Workmen’s Shed):
1st Ararat
2nd Everest
3rd Kilimanjaro
4th Fuji
5th Chimborazo
6th Mauna Loa

Team to find their respective final treasures in the pool:
1st Everest
2nd Ararat
3rd Kilimanjaro
4th Chimborazo
5th Fuji
6th Mauna Loa (did not find the treasure)

Teams who receive extra scores for team cheer:
Mauna Loa

Teams who receive extra scores for team work:

1st Ararat & Everest
2nd Fuji & Mauna Loa
3rd Chimborazo

Teams who obtained the most amount of jewels from the pool:

Group (Amount) of Jewels Points
Fuji (6) 3800
Kilimanjaro (6) 3100
Ararat (4) 2650
Everest (4) 3650
Chimborazo (4) 2450
Mauna Loa (2) 1150

Sunday, September 16, 2007

CoUZ Camp 2008

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Saturday, September 8, 2007

MOVE Awards 2007

The Camp Committee would like to present a few awards to this year’s games group for their outstanding enthusiasm and team spirit.

Award 1: Best Team Spirit Trophy - Mauna Loa
Although Mauna Loa was a front runner at the beginning of the camp, they did not end up winning. However, one thing was persistent from day 1 till 4 was their amazing team spirit. They ran the race and finished it, regardless of injuries and tiredness. Each member cheered and encouraged each other till the end and for this we would like to award Mauna Loa with the Best Team Spirit Trophy!

Award 2: Best Teamwork Trophy – Everest
Everest was in the last position for the first 2 days. But they did not give up; instead they help each other and motivated each other constantly. Their great teamwork amongst each member is what catapulted the team from last to first. Ultimately Everest learned the secret of teamwork and how important it was for each member not matter how small their contribution was to just do their best, because together they can make a difference!

Award 3: Most Consistent Group Trophy – Fuji
If there was one group that was good in almost everything, it was Fuji. They were consistent throughout the whole camp. Not always on the top, neither were they at the bottom. A very funny drama, a beautifully designed group costume and the best banner ever, congrats Fuji!

Award 4: Most Happening Group – Ararat
Probably the most fun, happening and optimistic group, Ararat is constantly cheering, laughing and just having a good time. Yes of course there were many stressful moments during the games, but Ararat members were constantly helping and cheering and encouraging each other.

Honorable Mentions

Chimborazo is always persistent and have a never give up attitude! They always manage to catch up at the last minute. Team members are very supportive of their leaders and they have the most interesting group costume!

The members of Kilimanjaro never stop trying, always finding a better way to do something more efficiently. Not afraid to stand out and be different, they are creative (hence the very funny and well scripted drama) and hardworking.

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Camp Challenge Results

Best Cheer
1st - Everest
2nd - Kilimanjaro
3rd - Fuji
4th - Mauna Loa & Chimborazo (tie)
5th - Ararat

Best Group Banner
1st - Fuji
2nd - Ararat
3rd - Mauna Loa
4th - Kilimanjaro
5th - Everest
6th Chimborazo

Best Group Costume
1st - Fuji
2nd - Chimborazo
3rd - Everest
4th - Mauna Loa
5th - Kilimanjaro
6th - Ararat

Best Drama
1st - Kilimanjaro
2nd - Chimborazo
3rd - Fuji
4th - Everest
5th - Ararat
6th - Mauna Loa


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Sunday, September 2, 2007

MOVE Group Photo

Greetings to all MOVE campers,

Words cant compare how great God had been in this camp. Simply indescribable. Here is our camp group photo taken on our last day at the camp.

There's LOADS of photos taken during the camp, and to spice things up, here is one of them...

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