Camp Jennie Sue

Camp Jennie Sue:  

Camp Jennie Sue was started by the Wendell Eubanks family in honor of Jennie, Wendell's wife. Jennie was an avid supporter of the work in Costa Rica and was active in getting 7M involved.

The camp extends over several acres of beautiful Costa Rica landscape.  The main building houses a commercial kitchen along with a covered open air fellowship hall which can seat 250 people.  The camp has 6 cabins (3 for girls, and 3 for boys) and sleeps 160 people. There is a gym, soccer field and kids play area.

The camp is used by all the churches in Costa!! Rica. They have sessions for all age children and teens through out the year. There are also many adult activities for men and women. Churches get together and have Sunday worship services at camp and then spend the afternoon in fellowship. There are many small churches in Costa Rica so the camp makes a great place for the Christians to fellowship together.

Weddings held at the Camp are very poplular among members from churches all around Costa Rica! The camp has a beautiful outdoor area for the ceremony and then the reception is held in the main building.

The camp hosts many churches from the States as they come down to work with the churches they support in Costa Rica. The camp also hosts many work groups that come down to work at various churches.

The camp has over 30 types of fruit and nut trees, along with 5 types of bananas. The camp grows its own coffee and coco. This is then used for all activities held at camp.

The local board of directors are ministers from local churches in Costa Rica. The elders of the 7th and Mueller church are the board of directors of record and the camp is owned by the 7th and Mueller church.

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