National Conference, Lander, WY July 7-11

NATIONAL CONFERENCE July 7-11, 2010, Lander, WY

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As is our tradition, our “even” year National Conference will be held in the Rocky Mountain Region in 2010. The conference will be at along side of the 17th Annual International Climbers’ Festival in Lander, Wyoming, July 7-11. (http://climbersfestival.org/). SRCFC has been asked to do a burrito feed for 250 folks at the event on Saturday afternoon/early evening. Board member, Steve Hughes, will be sharing on how to have a “God Talk.” Climbing, worship and hanging out with climbers! Does it get better than that?

The Climbing Sinks Canyon and Wild Iris are limestone areas of moderate to hard sport climbing on limestone. Check out the climbing at www.mountainproject.com.

The Camping Lander City Park (3rd & Fremont St.) among towering Cottonwood trees. Drinking water, toilets, tables and dogs are welcome. Free camping with ICF ticket.

THE SCHEDULE
NOTES: ICF is an International Climbing Festival Event and SRCFC is one of ours. On-mission-climbing will be planned when the schedule is open.

Wednesday June 7
Arrive Wednesday Morning or anytime thereafter
6:00 pm ICF Arno Ilnger author of Rock Warriors Way

Thursday July 8
5:30 pm SRCFC Evening Devotional
6:30 pm “What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger” by Dave Anderson.

Friday July 9th
7:00 am ICF Sinks Canyon Clean-Up
10:00 am ICF Trade Show
6:00 pm SRCFC Evening Devotional
7:00 pm ICF Slideshow by Jason Kehl and White River Ramblers

Saturday July 10th
6:00 am ICF Wild Iris 20k, 10k and 5k trail races
9:00 am ICF Free breakfast sponsored by Mountain Hardwear
10:00 am to NOON SRCFC Evangelism Training by Steve Hughes and Calvin Landrus
1:00 pm SRCFC Prep for Burrito Feed
3:00 pm SRCFC Burrito Feed for 250 at Festival
5:00 pm ICF Telluride Mountain Film Festival and Silent Auction
8:00 pm ICF Street Party

Sunday July 11th
7:00 am SRCFC Worship Service
8:00 am ICF Breakfast with the Board
11:00 am ICF Clinics

The Cost

International Climbers’ Festival Tickets: Adult $50 and Child (12 and under) $30 ICF Ticket entitles you to: A 2010 International Climbers’ Festival T-shirt; Entry to Jason Khel’s slideshow presentation; Entry to the Lander showing of the Telluride Mountainfilm Film Festival; Yoga sessions at City Park and Wild Iris; Discounted entry fee for the Wild Iris 5K, 10K and 20K Trail Runs; Two days of free clinics; Free food & beer at various ticketed Festival events; Camping & Entry to numerous raffles throughout the weekend. Order at www.wildirisclimbing.com.

Suggested SRCFC Donation: $50.00 per Adult Your donation will help to cover costs of SRCFC being at the ICF. Although encouraged by all participating at any level except for children, teens and students, this is a suggested donation and is not required for you to attend. Payment Options at Order,-Pay-andor-Donate/.

 

Other Information

  • Reservation Deadline: July 1st
  • Your Responsibility: You are responsible for connecting with someone to climb with
  • (you will receive a list of participants and climbing objectives), your camping equipment and all your meals (some are supplied by ICF ticket – see schedule)!
  • What to Bring: ___ Camping (tents only) ___ Climbing Gear ___ Food ___ Camp Chair ___ Bible/Pen/Pencil/SRCFC Handbook (if you have one)
  • Extend your trip with a planned climb in the Wind Rivers, the Tetons or at Devils Tower. Flying into Denver would probably be the best bet and more than likely, carpooling from there will be possible. Please send an email to info@srcfc.org if you are looking to connect with someone for carpooling and/or extra climbing plans.

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