Central Washington Catholic Youth Camp

This year's theme:
SET FREE! The Freedom Of Sainthood!


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2020 brings a new name to the same great Camp

Posted by michael.drollman on November 6, 2019 at 4:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Our camp is ever-changing, but ever the same.  We are providing the same great camping and spiritual experience, but we're changing our name.  Central Washington Catholic Youth Camp is transitioning to

Cor Christi Camp

The name change is being made to bring us closer to our sister ministries, Cor Christi Academy and Cor Christi Broadcasting.  We will still have the same p...

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It's a new year and a new camp!

Posted by michael.drollman on January 8, 2019 at 3:40 PM Comments comments (9)


Here we go!  Building on last year's success, we are busy in the planning stages for CWCYC 2019!

We have a new location; Lazy F Camp, in Ellensburg, Washington.  They were able to give us an attractive date -June 23-28, and Ellensburg is a great location for most people from a travel perspective.

NEWS!  We will be doing registrations online this year, to serve you better....

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2018 Camp

Posted by michael.drollman on August 28, 2018 at 5:55 PM Comments comments (0)

In spite of fire, a change of campsites, long distances, more fire, smoke, and an evacuation notice, CWCYC was a raging success! All praise to God, who saw us through, and thanks to all the volunteers who made it work!

Our inaugural camp was originally to be hosted at YMCA Camp Dudley but after a wildfire and an evacuation notice it was no longer an option. YMCA Lake Wenatchee was a huge blessing as they opened ...

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Why Do We Do This?

Posted by michael.drollman on May 9, 2018 at 8:55 PM Comments comments (2)

Someone wanted to know if there is any compensation for the staff of CWCYC. If they mean monetarily, the answer is "No!"  the three of us (so far) are volunteering our time, talent and a little treasure even, to make Camp happen.  Our compensation is the wonderful rewards that come from doing something beautiful for God. We love God; we love kids!  That's why we are doing this. God wants it, so we want it.

'Nuff said?  Thanks for reading.

Michael Drollman, Dire...

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A Skeptic Prays to St. Rita

Posted by michael.drollman on April 23, 2018 at 7:10 PM Comments comments (0)

I just have to share; I hope it won't be too long.

Ever since I started asking St Rita to pray for CWCYC, things have been happening. Coincidence? Sure!

This morning, as I put my key into the CWCYC P.O. box, I prayed "St. Rita, show me something!" I threw away the junk flyer, and opened a large envelope containing a camper registration. I was thankful for that. then I opened the small blue envelope. It contained a greeting card. The main message of the Day...

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CWCYC Radio Interview

Posted by michael.drollman on April 22, 2018 at 3:35 PM Comments comments (0)

On March 21, Cor Christi Broadcasting interviewed Michael Drollman about Central Washington Catholic Youth Camp. for those who missed it on the Servant's Heart program, here is the podcast: https://soundcloud.com/corchristibroadcasting/servants-heart-interview-central-washington-catholic-youth-camp-director-mike-drollman

I hope you find it informative.

Sarah Moore pushes CWCYC into overdrive!

Posted by michael.drollman on March 23, 2018 at 1:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Today, Sarah Moore accepted the position of Assistant Director for CWCYC. Sarah met with us two weeks ago and immediately became a driving force for Camp. She started offering ideas and suggestions.  She volunteered to punch up our website and boy, did she!  Sarah has also agreed to be your LITE leader; managing the junior and senior high kids who volunteer to be our Leaders in Traing Eternal; learning leadership skills as assistant counselors, and hopefully, becoming future counsel...

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New Camp - Old Tradition

Posted by michael.drollman on January 4, 2018 at 3:30 PM Comments comments (0)

It all started over 10 years ago, when a busy Catholic couple sent their older children to a Protestant summer camp. The kids came home telling their folks what a hard time they had, with some children proselytizing them, claiming Catholics weren't Christian. Tammy Loe saw red. She decided, in addition to being a full time ER nurse and a Mom of 9, 2 of whom were adopted with special needs, she was going to start a Catholic youth camp. So, she did.

The North Idaho Catholic Youth Camp...

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