June 20, 2014, Idyllwild, CA, Perris Valley Recovery Program’s Rites of Passage Program came up to Idyllwild Pines Camp for an unforgettable camping experience. This program is designed for adolescent males of African descent. This program aims to empower resiliency in young men.
During their stay, the campers experienced Idyllwild Pines’ Giant Swing, Zip Line, Rock Wall, Archery, Zoom Floom, and pool. Idyllwild Pines’ staff were able to talk to a few of the campers . The campers shared with us a little about the Rites of Passage Program and their experience at Idyllwild Pines.
We have been a leader among non-profits serving the communities of Perris Valley for 20 years. We have assisted thousands of individuals in learning how to make smart choices and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Our Mission is to positively impact individuals, families, and the community we serve by making the following wide range of community and professional services available to the family.
During the end of May, Idyllwild Pines Camp hosted USC Troy camp. USC Troy Camp puts on a weeklong camping experience for 3rd -5th graders of South Los Angeles. USC Troy Camp has been dedicated to youth development since 1948. Troy Camp has incorporated a unique curriculum that is committed to facilitate friendship and fun through Warm Fuzzies, TC Mail, and Eyewitness News. We interviewed three USC Troy Camp leaders to explain what Warm Fuzzies, TC Mail, and Eyewitness News are. The Video below will explain.
Christian Impact Service Club & Girl Scout Troop 8415
The Christian Impact Service Club from Dartmouth Middle School and The Girl Scout Troop 8415 spent the weekend of May 2nd through the 4th helping Idyllwild Pines prep soil, rake leaves, pull out weeds, and plant flowers.
“We are going up to Jerusalem, and the Son of Man will be delivered over to the chief priests and the teachers of the law. They will condemn him to death 19 and will hand him over to the Gentiles to be mocked and flogged and crucified.On the third day he will be raised to life!”
IDYLLWILD (March 24, 2014) – Idyllwild Pines Camp and Conference Center (IPCC) has selected Kevin Relyea as its next Executive Director. A former Forbes 500 CEO and past IPCC Board President, Relyea began his role on January 1, 2014.
“We chose Kevin because of his love of God through Christ, his passion for youth and his executive experience coupled with his leadership knowledge,” said Ray Detwiler, Board President.