HANUMAN - OUR SUPERMAN
03-06 April 2018
Who can attend?
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Boys and Girls
Age 08 to 12 Years
(Age 07 allowed if currently attending Balvihar classes at the Ashram.)

Dates:
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03 - 06 April 2018

Camp Timings
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Camp will start from 6:00 PM on 03rd April 2018. 
Activities during the camp will be on from 7:00 AM to 9:30 PM everyday.
Camp will close around 6:15 PM on 06th April 2018 and children can depart as from 6:30 PM onwards. 
Changes if any will be intimated during registration.

Camp Donation:
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MUR 300

How do I register?
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ONLINE REGISTRATION COMPULSORY.
Come on 03 April 2018 between 4:30 - 5:30 PM to complete formalities. 
Camp starts same day from 6:00 PM.
Parents are requested to please register their children ONLINE as space is limited and this allows us to prepare better for the entire camp. 

Do the children have to stay in the ashram?
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It is not necessary that children stay in the ashram for the camp.  However, staying at the ashram for the entire duration of the camp will be a special experience for them.  Children will be allowed to attend the camp without staying over provided parents can assure they will be brought on time everyday and will attend all the sessions.

What is the nature of accommodation?
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Dormitory type accommodation with basic facilities and common bath+toilet separate for boys and girls. Both dormitories will have senior volunteers to oversee and maintain order.

What do the children have to bring?
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1.  THINGS TO BRING

  • Bedding: bedsheet, small pillow and blanket.
  • Pull-overs and other warm clothing if necessary.
  • Special medication (if any) and/or medicines for common illness.
  • FOUR sets of comfortable and respectable clothes in keeping with the ashram atmosphere (traditional clothing even better).
  • Necessary toiletries (towel, soap, tooth-paste and brush, comb).
  • Appropriate easy to remove footwear.
  • A bag to carry books and other things to class.
  • Water-bottle.
  • Yoga mat if available.
  • ONE notebook.
  • Writing and drawing instruments (pencils, pen, eraser, pencil sharpener, compass)
  • CRAFT ACCESSORIES – Scissor, ruler, glue, etc.
  • ART ACCESSORIES – paints, brushes, colour pencils, pens and markers, crayons, etc.

2.  THINGS NOT TO BRING

(a) Since the purpose of the camp is to cut-off from regular activities and explore new things, it is best that mobile phones, MP3 Players, iPADs, iPODs, playing cards, fidget spinners and other games/gaming/electronic equipment are avoided.  There will be better things to do.

(b) Children will be in safe environments.  Hence there will be no need for constant communication through mobile phones.  Parents can call the ashram phone if at all necessary.

(c)  Children will be served healthy food, snack and beverages 5 times a day.  Hence, parents are requested not to pack food-items in their bags.

(d)  Food items carried by children causes the dormitories to get very dirty.  In case parents feel the need to pack some snacks, they are requested to hand them over to the ashram so that they can be stored carefully and shared with all.

(e)  Please avoid any valuable items like jewellery, etc.  Children will be responsible for the safety of their belongings.  Please avoid anything that is not absolutely necessary.

What else do I need to know?
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SOME OTHER THINGS

(a) It is expected that participants are decently dressed at all times.

(b) It is expected that they are friendly and kind to fellow participants exhibiting good behaviour and manners towards acharyas. sevaks and everyone else.

(c) It is expected that they follow the timings and schedule of the camp and participate in all activities whole-heartedly.

(d) It is encouraged that children spend maximum time here without breaks to benefit from the camp. They are usually not allowed to leave the ashram for the duration of the camp.

(e) It is expected that participants remain disciplined.

(f) In case participants are seen to be behaving out-of-line, they will be promptly expelled from the camp after the parents have been intimated.

Can I do anything to help?
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MOST WELCOME. You can inspire a child to participate. You can volunteer your time and services in the conduct of the camp. You can contribute resources for the various activities. Please email or call us for more details on how you can be a part of it.

Any Queries?
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Email us: cmmu.outreach@gmail.com
Call us:    Arvind Chaitanya  (+230) 5886 0614
                 Nirmala Ramburn (+230) 5804 2941