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Camp Gian is an overnight Sikh camp dedicated to promoting the Sikh way of life and strengthening Sikh morals and teachings while emphasizing leadership within one’s sangat.

Camp Gian is a truly unique and amazing experience that brings together Sikh youth from around the country with the common goal of strengthening one’s Sikh morals and leadership in a positive sangat

Check out our article on SikhNet! Camp Gian 2009

This year Camp Gian will be held at Khalsa Care Foundation.
9989 Laurel Canyon Boulevard,
Pacoima, CA‎ –(818) 896-7700

Get Ready for Camp Gian!

It’s almost time for Camp Gian!
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa
Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
Dear Camp Gian 2017 participants,
Camp is almost here and we can hardly wait for it to start!  We’re looking forward to a fun week and we hope that you are as excited as we are!  We have many exciting activities planned including, a great theme, interesting classes in a fun learning environment, and great recreational activities. This year we will be focusing on Guru Nanak Dev Ji. We also have a field trip that everybody will most definitely enjoy!!
This year, Camp will be held at:
Khalsa Care Foundation
9989 Laurel Canyon Blvd
Pacoima, CA 91331
We have just a few reminders for you to keep in mind while you are packing, please make sure to bring:
·         Sunscreen
·         Tennis Shoes
·         Pillow
·         Blanket/sleeping bag
·         Towel
·         Toothbrush & Toothpaste
·         Soap
·         Shampoo
·         Comb/brush
·         Undergarments
·         Socks
·         5-6 changes of clothes (keep in mind the dress code which is outlined below)
·         Jacket
·         3 dastaars (for the boys)
·         Chunnis (for the girls)
Please make sure all of the above items are labeled with your name.
We have a mandatory dress code at camp.  The girls must wear suits at all times and the boys must wear dastaars at all times. No shorts may be worn during camp. The only exception to the dress code is during the recreational time or field trip.
There is also a mandatory dress code for Friday, July 14th, the last day of camp.  All girls must wear a white suit with an orange dupatta and all boys must wear a white kurta pajama with an orange dastaar.
DO NOT BRING:
·         MP3 players
·         CD players
·         I-pods
·         Video games
·         Computers
·         Matches
·         Lighters
·         Playing Cards
·         Any sort of dangerous item/weapon except for a Kirpan
If we see any participant with any of these items, we will confiscate them.  If any child causes excessive discipline problems we will call his/her parents to come pick them up immediately, and that child will not be allowed to return to camp in successive years.
Although campers are allowed to bring cell phones with them, there is a CELL PHONE POLICY in place. Cell phones are strictly prohibited during any class and diwan times. We will be collecting all cell phones before class and returning them to the campers after classes are done for the day.
We encourage all participants to stay overnight at the Gurdwara, but if for any reason you cannot, you must be on time for the morning diwan which begins at 6:30 AM.
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday, July 9th at 5:00 PM at Khalsa Care Foundation. All Senior campers are to show up at 3pm at KCF on Sunday. If you have any questions you can email us at info@campgian.com and you can always visit www.campgian.com for updates and pictures.

– Camp Gian Sevaadars

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