Heber Valley Camp - Lecture Series


 

A Heber Valley Camp lecturer is available to present programs during the entire camping season. You may sign up for any or all of these optional 30-minute programs on your Unit Details page.

The following program descriptions are designed for Young Women campers. However, the program content can be easily modified for other groups.

"I Feel My Savior's Love in All the World Around Me" - The History of the Heber Valley Area

This is the Heber Valley Camp song and is the inspiration for a presentation celebrating the majesty of God’s creations in the Heber Valley. The valley has been home to Ute Indian tribes, trappers, and Mormon pioneers, and offers a magnificent view of Mt Timpanogos. Learn more about Heber Valley Camp, the valley, and the people who have lived here. "Let the mountains shout for joy" (D & C 128:23).

Related camp certification--
- Identify camp hosts and learn how to contact them.
- Design your own certification requirement from what you have learned.
- Plan and present a song or skit based on this topic.

"All Things Bright and Beautiful" - The creatures, flowers, trees and meadows of Heber Valley Camp

"All things denote there is a God" (Alma 30:44). The wildlife, flowers, trees, animals and birds on the mountain vary through the seasons of the year. A lecturer will describe the flora and fauna you will see during the week you are at camp, and will teach minimal impact camping techniques.

Related camp certification--
- Learn to identify six kinds of plants and three kinds of animals, birds or fish.
- Learn one way to help preserve and protect the environment.
- Design your own certification requirement from what you have learned.
- Plan and present a song or skit based on this topic.

"O Woman, Great is Thy Faith" - Biographical Sketches of the Women Honored by Heber Valley Camp

Heber Valley Camp has honored women of faith by naming camps after them. Who are these valiant women? Learn a little about all of them, or request an in-depth presentation about the woman your particular camp is named after. Much can be learned from their lives and their examples of faith.

Related camp certification--
- Plan and present a song or skit based on this topic.
- Design your own certification requirement from what you have learned.


These programs can be presented either at your camp pavilion or amphitheater. Adult leaders are required to attend with their young women.

Programs are not available to be scheduled the morning of the first day of Young Women camp, the evening of the last day of Young Women camp or on Saturdays.