WCYC Spring Youth Rally - 2018

Sponsored by York College

April 20 thru 22, 2018

April 27 thru 29, 2018

Sponsored by York College

Cost: $25
WCYC at Fallhall Glen
N3595 Fallhall Road
Black River Falls, WI  54615-6909
Ph: (715) 284-2979

Register today!

This two-night rally is an awesome opportunity to hang with fellow Christians... to laugh, sing, play, pray... and worship our Awesome God.

The theme is "Accept One Another". All youth, grades 6 through 12, are welcome!

All meals and accommodations are included in the $25 registration fee.

We can't wait to see you there!

To register, fill out this form (click here) and follow the instructions to mail or email it in.


Drop-off/Registration  --  7:30p to 8:30p, Friday, April 20
Pick-up  --  10:30a, Sunday, April 22

Youth will be sleeping in cabins, separated by gender. Each cabin will be staffed with at least two volunteer adults. Many of our volunteers this year are college students from York College, in York, Nebraska. (Thank you, York College!)

The cabins are rustic. Each youth gets a bunk. There is no heat in the cabins. So, please, watch the weather and bring appropriate sleeping gear: blankets, sleeping bag, pillow, warm sleepwear.

Bath House
Shower facilities are available, with lots of hot water. Bring appropriate toiletries.

Things to Bring

  • Sleeping bag & pillow
  • Toiletries & towel
  • Warm clothes (that you don't mind getting dirty)
  • Swimsuit & creekin' shoes (?) (you never know)
  • Bug spray (maybe, too early?, never know)
  • Bible (if you have one)
  • Paper & pen, for taking notes
  • Flashlight

Other Considerations
No food is allowed in the cabins at any time. (We don't want to attract pests.)

As a Christian organization, we do have a dress code. Please, remember the purpose of this Rally... indeed, everything we do... should be to the glory of our Creator, the God Most High. For specifics, refer to this write-up: What should I bring to Camp?

Wearing flip-flops around camp is discouraged (except to/from bath house). The terrain is uneven, the creek will wash them away, and most games are running around. Sturdy shoes, with closed toes are best, hands-down.

If you have any questions, please, contact Jaci Smith, at [email protected]