Emergency Contact Information
Please Note: Cell phone access and internet access are not available. Phone access at Training Camp will be for emergencies only. Please provide your family with the emergency phone number below and let them know that you will be unavailable until Sunday after the close of the event.
Emergency Contact # is: 909-480-8220 or (888) 222-4822 is the Camp Office #
or you can email: email@example.com
Let us know your bunk mate requests in the bunk mate/special requests section of the Registration Form
Special Needs - There is electricity in the cabins for c-pap machines
If you have other special needs, please let us know in the Special Needs section when registering online.
Please note that special needs refers to medical conditions and medically restricted diets; we are unable to accommodate special preferences.
Weather, Conditions, and Attire
We will be in the higher altitudes of the mountains. Due to the 6,000′ altitude, temperatures vary greatly. Training Camp attire is casual. Bring clothing layers, a warm sweater or sweatshirt, a waterproof jacket, hat, sunscreen, and hiking boots or comfortable shoes. Dress comfortably and prepare for a wide range of weather.
Click Here for the current Quaker Meadow weather.
If you are interested, Quaker Meadow CC is a great launching point for hiking, and Mountain Biking. Although plenty of adventure and recreation will be available, much of the time will be devoted to personal reflection on what God is revealing throughout the weekend. If you are interested in adventuring, make sure to bring warm clothes.
If you run into major problems in your travel that result in your arriving in the middle of the night, don’t worry… we’ll have a place for you. Once you drive into the camp, park and find one of us.
Click Here for a campus map of QMCC.
Preparation for Coming to Higher Altitudes
For those of you who have a prior history of problems with altitude sickness, you may want to check with your doctor beforehand. There is a prescription medication available that may help, but it must be taken 1-2 days before you travel in order to help.
Higher altitude may affect certain health concerns, such as: a heart condition, a pace-maker, breathing problems, etc. We strongly recommend that you contact your physician before traveling to higher altitudes.
If you have a physical limitation you will still be able to fully participate in this retreat. All FREE TIME activities are optional and your non-participation will not hinder your experience of the retreat.
Emergencies and Cancellations
If you have an EMERGENCY that cannot be addressed through our online resources, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need to CANCEL, please email: email@example.com
However, NO REFUNDS ON THE FIRST $100 of your registration fee prior to August 14, 2017. No Refunds after August 14, 2017.
Cancellation by Registrant
You may cancel your registration and receive a refund of your registration fee up to Aug 14, 2017; however, you will be charged a $100 handling fee upon the cancellation of your registration. In the event that you cancel your registration less than 4 weeks prior to the date of the event (after August 14, 2017), you will forfeit all monies paid to date. Regardless of when you cancel your registration, your registration is not transferable to another event, date, or person.
Cancellation by event sponsor
If the event is made impossible by any act of God, war, earthquake, fire, strike, sickness, accident, epidemic, act of government, its agencies or officers, or any other legitimate cause beyond our control, we will cancel the event and will transfer your full Band of Brothers Training Camp event registration fee to the next scheduled Band of Brothers Training Camp.