Project 61 Policies
- Upon arrival volunteers will need to check in any and all medication at the registration table. Please put all medication in a Ziploc with instructions for administration. All medicine should be in original, labeled containers. No medication will be allowed in the cabins.
The camp nurses will monitor medication administration. If there are any question or concerns about medication, please contact Nate Boone (918-640-7993).
- Volunteers should not bring any electronic devices (iPod, iTouch, MP3, iPad, Kindle, PSP, etc) with them to camp. The only exception is that volunteers may bring cell phones, but please understand that volunteers should only use their cell phones for calls and text messages directly related to Project 61. Volunteers should not use their phones to check Facebook, play online games, tweet about how great volunteering is, or Instagram pictures of camp. Volunteers should check with One Hope staff before allowing a camper to use their phone. Campers may borrow a volunteer"s phone only to call home.
- Shirts: No low cut, tight, see through, or midriff showing tops. No spaghetti straps or razorback tank tops unless they are being used as an undershirt. Inappropriate slogans or designs on clothing may not be worn at Project 61. Cleavage should never be showing.
- Tanks and Cut-Off T"s: These are a staff favorite for camp, but remember to bring an undershirt to wear with them! Girls, your sports bra may not show under your arms. Guys, your nipples should not show. Tank top straps should be at least two finger widths in length.
- Shorts: No short shorts. Shorts should have a 5 inch inseam or longer. Shorts cannot have writing across the rear. Your undergarments should never be showing.
- Shoes: Athletic shoes and/or waders (Chacos, Tevas) are recommended wear for camp. One close-toed pair of shoes is required.
- Volunteers will pay a slightly reduced rate but will not be able to attend for free. Project 61 still has to pay for volunteers to stay in the cabins, eat meals, and ride to and from sports clinic. We"d love to let all volunteers attend for free because we are so thankful for what you do, but at this time we are not able to do that without drastically raising the cost for campers to attend. It costs $150 for an adult volunteer to attend camp.