About 6,000 campers between the ages of 10-15 are attending the camp. They're enjoying activities such as go cart riding and swimming.
But Camp Kulaqua is about more than games, kids also get to the learn hands on challenges, which is why church leaders say they bring their Sunday schoolers to the camp.
The camp will end Saturday night with a fireworks show. It will return in 2011.
By Gavin Johnson, WCJB TV20 News
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