MT RUSH | July 17 - July 22 | 2023 | SNOW COLLEGE, EPHRAIM, UTAH
MT Rush is dedicated to making sure that no child is turned away because of their family's inability to pay tuition. This would not be possible without the help of our sponsors:
George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation
Paul and Connie Cox
Cellular Health Innovations, LLC
Capt. America & Peggy Carter (Cole & Shaustia Brown)
Denise & Paul Hagemeister
Steven J. Smith
Jalyn Courtenay Webb
GYROS (GET IT?)
Robert Bowie & Vicki Vandegrift
Dallas & KariLyn Cox
Traci Lyn Thomas
Follow us during camp week!
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided each full day of camp.
Monday, July 17th – Saturday, July 22nd, 2023
8:00 – 8:45 AM on Monday, July 17th
Anderson Hall, 135 E 100 S, Ephraim, UT 84627
SUNDAY NIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS:
Sunday night, July 16th
Check-in from 7 PM to 8 PM
Dinner is NOT provided
Please sign up no later than June 1st, 2023
No later than 2:00 PM on Saturday, July 22nd
(PLEASE PLAN TO BE PACKED & CHECKED OUT IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SATURDAY SHOW)
Campers that are at camp after 2:00 pm will be charged an additional $100
Accommodations for Saturday night, July 22nd, are not available
MT RUSH CAMP
150 College Avenue Ephraim, UT 84627
135 E 100 S
Ephraim, UT, 84627
CAMP DIRECTOR EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS:
(Please call directors if you need to get a message to your child)
Family & Friends invited!
Eccles Performing Arts Center, E Center St, Ephraim, UT 84627
On the final day of camp, Saturday, July 22nd, 2023, at 11:00 AM
We invite family and friends to join us for our SATURDAY SHOWCASE. Enjoy watching the campers perform and meet the directors, instructors, and counselors.
Doors open for the Theater at 10:45 AM.
Camper Gear will be stored in the Black Box and will be available immediately after the showcase to go home with their campers and families
Campers will be given a small amount of free time every evening to practice, rest, and prepare. Please refer to our CODE OF CONDUCT to become familiar with expectations during this free time.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Remember before you speak:
“Is it true? Is it necessary? Is it kind?”
NO selfishness, pettiness, uncooperativeness, whining, dishonesty, or anger.
NO alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs or paraphernalia, fireworks, water guns, or water balloons.
We recognize that cell phones and other devices are often very valuable in learning music during camp, but please follow these guidelines:
Please don't have phones, devices, or other personal items out during class.
Please give full attention to counselors, instructors, lunch ladies, and any other camp staff when they are speaking with you.
Please remember that phones, devices, and other personal items are often damaged or go missing at camp. We can't be responsible for your items, and when loss or damage occurs, we probably won't be able to help.
PARENTS! Please contact Nate (801.860.5816) or Denise (970.749.4445) rather than contacting your campers directly. Please be understanding if your texts aren't returned immediately, or if you have to leave a voicemail.
NO wandering around camp alone, pairing off in opposite-sex couples, spending time in opposite-sex apartments, or being anywhere without the knowledge of at least two counselors, instructors, or directors.
NO sexual misconduct, obscene or indecent conduct or expressions, or disorderly or disruptive conduct.
DISCLAIMER: We reserve the right to make changes to any policy or procedure in this program at any time and without notice. Additionally, we reserve the right to refuse service or entrance to any person for any reason.
Girls are REQUIRED to wear either at least knee length leggings/shorts, yoga pants, or other comfortable pants and a t-shirt, NO SHORT SHORTS!
Boys are REQUIRED to wear board shorts, sweats, or other comfortable pants and a t-shirt.
Tight jeans are hard to move in. Instructors find it extremely frustrating to try to get campers to move in class and have them not be able to do the things being asked of them because their clothing does not allow for movement.
NO open-toe shoes or flip-flops in class. This includes fancy sandals.
Instructors reserve the right to send class members back to their room to change if they show up to class dressed in clothing that they cannot move in or is not appropriate.
WHAT TO PACK
Water Bottle (this may be the most important thing you bring to camp!)
Clothing - there is no laundry facility so students should bring enough for the entire week. Pack clothes that are comfortable and easy to move in. Days are warm and nights can be cool, we recommend:
Knee-length or board shorts, T-shirts, jeans, sweats, sneakers, and a warm jacket.
NOTE: No short shorts, bare midriffs, or inappropriate words or pictures on your clothing are allowed.
Put your name on all items!
BLACK PANTS FOR THE SATURDAY SHOWCASE (t-shirt will be provided)
Sleeping bag & Pillow (or sheet & blankets for a twin-sized bed) - NOTE: IF YOU ARE FLYING IN AND CANNOT BRING BEDDING PLEASE LET US KNOW IN ADVANCE!
Toiletries (e.g. shampoo, conditioner, soap, deodorant, etc.)
Towel(s) and washcloth
Jacket or Sweater (evenings are cool)
Appropriate dance class apparel (including shoes you can dance in - nonmarking soles)
Costume for the Dance (this year’s theme will be announce in 2022)
AND ABOVE ALL:
A desire to learn and participate
A good attitude
A water bottle
Did we mention a water bottle?