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Pursuing the KEY to the Kingdom
Kanuga Empowered Youth – KEY Conferences Kanuga’s two celebrated youth conferences grew from one of Kanuga’s first conferences in 1928. Today, KEY Conferences, or Kanuga Empowered Youth, seeks to strengthen and expand the vision for which Kanuga’s founder, Bishop Finlay, and the original youth coordinators laid the foundation. The summer conference, Youth Week, consists of...
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MTOS: Mountain Trail Outdoor School
Mountain Trail Outdoor School (MTOS) is one of Kanuga’s hidden treasures. Tucked away on the fully winterized Bob Campbell Youth Campus, MTOS operates from August through May, offering overnight field trips and day trips for public and private schools. As environmental education grows more in-demand, MTOS instructors seek to inspire visiting classes to care for...
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Choose your next great adventure
Trailblazers has evolved to pack in more adventure as Camp Kanuga Expeditions “Trailblazers was a wonderful program. For years, Camp Kanuga led high school students on backpacking trips in the Appalachian Mountains. With great excitement, David Schnitzer and I announce our new program Camp Kanuga Expeditions, which is taking the place of Trailblazers. Building on...
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Kanuga’s next chapter
Highlights from a Michael R. Sullivan interview This interview took place on Wednesday, October 19, prior to Michael R. Sullivan beginning at Kanuga on November 1, 2016. This November, the Rev. Michael R. Sullivan leaves Atlanta, GA and sojourns to the Blue Ridge Mountains to begin his tenure as the 10th president of Kanuga. A...
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