March 26, 2020 Update:
In fellowship with our Camp Korey team and medical directors, we are suspending all 2020 Spring Family Weekend and Onsite Residential Summer Camp programs to protect our campers, families, staff and volunteers. This decision was not made lightly. We explored every option, but concluded that the risk of a Coronavirus outbreak and its impact on our community was too great. Given what we know today, it is in the best interest of our campers, their families, staff, and volunteers that we do not bring people to camp this summer.
Read the entire message from our CEO here.
Camp Korey’s medical team is keeping up to date with news and guidance regarding COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) and our highest priority is the safety of everyone involved in our programs. At this time, as always, our policy is that that campers, family members, staff, and volunteers not attend a camp program or event if exhibiting cold or flu symptoms. We encourage you to refer to CDC guidelines and the Skagit County Health Department for up-to-date information and guidance in regard to maintaining your personal health and protecting our vulnerable and immunocompromised community members.
- The Prescription Laughter Luncheon in Bellevue scheduled for March 24 has been rescheduled to Wednesday, May 27, 2020
We continue to assess any potential need for further program and event changes. We will be in contact with our camper families, volunteers, and supporters directly regarding programs and events you are registered for in the case of such changes.
Please refer back frequently to our website for updates.