Friday, December 10, 2010

Friday, September 10, 2010



2:00pm check in
3:00pm Scavenger hunt (ends Saturday 2:00pm)
3:30pm Kickball
4:30pm Treasure hunt
6:30pm Dinner
7:30pm Family activities


9:00am Breakfast
11:30am Challenge Course or Hike (pack your lunch)
2:00pm Scavenger hunt awards
4:00pm Cleanup
5:00pm Check out

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Reunion Update

Hey Everyone, our family reunion is less than a week away! We are so excited to see you all and spend time with our awesome family!

Please take note:
There is a correction on check in time. Check in time is no earlier than 2pm on Friday. (the original invite said check in is at 9am, which is incorrect)

1. Each cabin has 8 built-in bunk bed platforms, for a total of 16 beds. Each platform measures 36" x 84" and does not have a mattress or padding.

2. No pets are permitted. (I am the master of game foul and a K-9).

3. Warm showers are available - bring your own bath towel and soap.

4. Long pants, modest shirts and closed-toed shoes are required at all reserved activities (waterfront, challenge course)

Letter from our camp host with rules and check out procedures:


General Information and Policies

• Check-in time is no earlier than 9:00 a.m. on Mondays and no earlier than 2:00 p.m. on Tuesdays - Fridays. Complete the
check-in form provided by your camp host.
• Check-out time is no later than noon except Saturdays when campers may stay as late as 5:00 p.m.
Complete assigned clean-up duties and check out with the camp host.
• No generators are permitted. Electricity is available in cabins, pavilions, cooking stations and restrooms.
• No pets are permitted.
• No tents, camp trailers, RVs, motorhomes, ATVs, motorcycles or other motorized sport vehicles are permitted.
• Cell phone service is generally unavailable in most areas of the camp except near the main welcome center
at the camp entrance
• Weather in the mountains can vary greatly. The weather from September through April is typically cold and
snowy. Even in summer months come prepared for cool nights and sudden drops in temperature if a storm arises.
• Quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. through 7:00 a.m. each night. Please be courteous to other campers.
• Please be sensitive to the noise from your camp or group. Do not disturb the other campers.
• All restroom facilities are equipped with flush toilets and are available to all campers. Toilet
tissue, hand soap and hand towels are provided in the sink areas. Warm showers are available - bring your
own bath towel and soap.
• Conserve water. No water fights or water games are permitted. Please take short showers. Please don't leave taps running.
• Adult campers, please supervise all members of your group, especially youth and young children.
• Heber Valley Camp reserves the right to refuse service to anyone.

Sleeping Accommodations
• Most campsites have three or four cabins. Each cabin has 8 built-in bunk bed platforms, for a
total of 16 beds. Each platform measures 36" x 84" and does not have a mattress or padding.
Fire regulations prohibit more than 16 persons from sleeping in a cabin.
• No flames are allowed in cabins. No cooking is permitted in cabins. No meals are to be taken in cabins.
• Use only the cabin's overhead electric lights or your own battery-operated lights.
• If heat is desired, a limited number of electric space heaters are available on a first-come, first-served
basis during the summer season (May - October). Please ask your camp host about availability upon arrival
at camp, as advance reservations for space heaters is not allowed. Please come prepared for all weather conditions.
• No tents may be used. If additional sleeping accommodations are desired, please reserve additional

Cancellation/Refund Policy
• No refunds will be given for cancellations unless the canceled facilities are reserved by another group.

• All activities at the camp (hiking, challenge courses, waterfront, etc.) are available only to campers with valid
• Volleyball courts and horse shoe pitching areas are provided in warm weather. Bring your own volleyball and horse
shoes or use those provided by the camp. Reserve these activities with your camp host after you check in.
• Over thirty miles of hiking trails are available in warm weather. For your safety, please obtain, complete and
leave a hike plan with your camp hosts. Always hike with another person - use the "buddy system." DO NOT
hike off the groomed trails or cross-country. Do not pick wild flowers or tamper with native vegetation. Please
carry out all trash.
• For your safety, no bikes are permitted in camp or on the hiking trails.
• No skates or skateboards, firearms or archery are permitted in camp.
• Walking along the paved road is prohibited.

Dress, Grooming and Conduct
• Dress and grooming should be modest, tasteful, and conform with LDS Church standards.
• For your safety, only closed-toe shoes should be worn.
• For your safety, long pants and long-sleeved shirts are recommended to protect from stinging nettle, mosquitoes
• Long pants, modest shirts and closed-toed shoes are required at all reserved activities (waterfront, challenge
• All campers must observe LDS standards of conduct and speech.
• No smoking, alcohol or use of illegal drugs is permitted.

• Campfires may be built in provided campfire rings ONLY.
• Ample firewood is available. DO NOT bring firewood from home.
• Fires must be attended at all times. Make sure fire is completely out before leaving.
• Fire extinguishers are located in each building and cabin.
• No campfires may be built on the day of your departure without approval of camp host.

Safety and Security
• Provide your own first aid and emergency supplies. If additional medical help is needed, please contact
your camp hosts immediately. In emergencies, call 911 immediately.
• Be aware of those who should be in your group. If unauthorized persons are observed, please
notify your camp host immediately.
• The use of candles, liquid fuels, fireworks or sparklers is strictly prohibited.
• Vehicles may be driven to the campsite for unloading of supplies. After unloading, vehicles
must be parked in designated areas as directed by a camp host. DO NOT move logs or other
parking barriers.
• No TAPE, NAILS, SCREWS, or TACKS are allowed. Nothing should be attached to any tree, building, cabin or
sign with screws, nails or tape. The use of magnets, rope and string are allowed.
• In case of fire or earthquake, follow all orders given by your camp host or other emergency
management personnel.
• In case of storms, seek shelter in the cabins. Campers will generally be safer in the cabins than
in vehicles trying to transport them out of camp.
• The nearest hospital is in Heber City, approximately ten (10) miles from the main camp welcome

Cooking and Garbage
• Propane stoves and fuel are provided in designated cooking areas. No cooking is permitted in cabins.
• Bring your own pots, pans, utensils, dishes, and any other cookware/eating items you desire.
• Dutch oven cooking is permitted only in areas approved by the Camp Host. All briquettes are to be placed
on aluminum foil, discarded in the fire ring after use and extinguished properly. Liquid charcoal lighter
fluid may be used for this purpose only if it is closely controlled by a responsible adult. Bring your own aluminum foil.
• A sink with hot and cold running water is provided in each campsite.
• Refrigerators are provided in each campsite.
• A lockable food storage area with shelves is provided in each campsite.
• All cooking facilities, especially the kitchen in the main pavilions, must be cleaned and
sanitized before leaving. The camp provides cleaning supplies.
• Garbage bags are provided by the camp host. Camp host will transport garbage bags to the dumpster each morning and evening.

Cleaning Duties Before Checking Out
All facilities used are to be cleaned to camp standards as identified by camp hosts before checking out. These include,
but are not limited to, the following:
• Sweep and mop all cabin and pavilion floors. All floors with carpet must be vacuumed.
• Bed platforms are to be vacuumed.
• Clean all cooking equipment, including grills, stoves, sinks and refrigerators.
• Wash down all outside concrete floors with provided hoses.
• If the main pavilion has been rented, the kitchen and equipment must be cleaned and sanitized.
• Restrooms and showers must be cleaned and sanitized, including the mopping of the floors.
• Fires in the fire pits are to be extinguished completely.
• Litter in the campsite is to be picked up and placed in trash bags.
• Any other duties assigned by the camp hosts.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Wolf Family Camp Out

Wolf Family Camp Out
Heber Valley Camp, 6402 East 1200 South, Heber City, Utah

September 10-11 (Friday and Saturday)

Arrival Time - Friday 2:00pm
Departure Time - Saturday 5:00pm


$7.00 per person
$3.00 per person - challenge course

Please pay in advance to Glennys Ware ASAP


Lunch - Bring your own lunch
Dinner - Pot Luck (please bring a dish to share)
Sloppy Joes provided

Breakfast - Pancakes, eggs and fruit provided
Lunch - Bring your own lunch

(May change based on challenge course availability. Check back for updates)

3:00am - Scavenger hunt begins
2:00pm - Kickball
6:30pm - Dinner
7:30pm - Evening program and slideshow
If your family would like to do a skit come prepared

9:00am - Breakfast
11:30am - Hike/ Challenge Course
2:00pm - Scavenger hunt awards
4:00pm - clean up
5:00pm - Checkout

Other activities will include Volleyball, Horseshoes, Children's crafts

*Remember there are bunks provided but bring a twin sized sleeping mattress and sleeping bag.
*Please see for more information.

We are staying at Camp Eliza R. Snow, campsite 1 and 3

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Wolf Family Christmas Party


It is that time of year again! It sure seems like this year has flown by in a hurry. Here is the information I have for you about the Wolf Family Christmas Party.

Saturday January 9, 2010
9:30 am
363 E. Vine Street
(same church as usual)

There will be a talent show that Jennifer Brooks will be in charge of. If you are interested in participating in the talent show please call Jennifer at 801-250-7540 so she can put the program together. This would be a fun time for your family to show off your unusual or wacky talents!
We need everyone's address or e-mail sent to Irene if she doesn't already have yours. You can call her at 801-968-8142.
Food assignments will be given when it gets a little closer to the party.

We are also having our annual auction. Please bring any items you would like to have auctioned off to the party with you.


A special thanks to Holli Glover (Debbie Sampson's Daughter) for being in charge this year! Please let her know if you have any questions or concerns. 801-250-2524.

Thanks for checking the blog and I hope you come back soon! I will be posting quite a bit this month!

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Picnic Anyone

Hey everyone!! Hope you are all planning on coming to the picnic this Saturday, August 22nd! The easiest way to get to the park is 5000 South and Redwood Rd. Turn West for about 3 blocks the road dead ends into the park. If you are coming from I-215 - exit 4700 S. or Redwood Rd.

There are going to be so many fun things for the kids and Family to do!! We will be having an auction which you can purchase tickets for $2.00 ea. If you have any NEW items you would like to auction please bring them. All the Proceeds go to the BARN!

Scroll Down to the previous post for more information!

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Wolf Family Picnic

Just letting everyone know that the Wolf Family Picnic is planned for Saturday, August 22nd at 3:00pm at the Vista Park in Taylorsville. Address is 5000 south 2100 west.

Each Family will bring their own meat and one side dish. We will have provisions to cook hamburgers and hot dogs. Bring your own condiments and Side dish to share.

VJ Wolf Family - Any side dish (fruit, chips, veggies, salads....)
Bonnie Wolf Family - any side dish
Dean Wolf Family - any side dish
Marv. Wolf Family - desserts
Careen Wolf Family - desserts
Arlen Wolf Family - Salads
Lynne and Butch - Fruit
Glennys Wolf Family - desserts
Lois Family - Salads

Family Fund (garage sale) will provide paper products and lemonade

Cooking Begins At 4:30

Pinata for the kids
Baseball - bring mitts and bats
Water Kickball
Water Volleyball
Train Rides
Auction - $2 per ticket

Bring extra clothes if you plan on getting wet and lots of sunscreen for the kiddies! This will be a fun day so mark your calendars and clear the day!

I am really excited to see all who is coming to the Barn over the 24th! Have a great Holiday if I don't get to see you!