Pulaski County, MO Summer Camps

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Richland, MO

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Dixon, MO
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Coed
 
 
Waynesville, MO
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Coed
 
 
Richland, MO
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
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Coed
 


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Pulaski County Statistics

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 551.41 square miles , of which 547.02 square miles is land.


About Pulaski County, MO

Pulaski County is a county located in the U.S. state of Missouri . The county was organized in 1833 and named for Kazimierz Pu?aski , Polish patriot who died fighting in the American Revolution . As of 2010, the population was 52,274, an increase of 27% from the 2000 Census count of 41,165. Its county seat is Waynesville . It is the site of Fort Leonard Wood , a U.S. Army installation.

Pulaski County's earliest settlers were the Quapaw , Missouria and Osage Indians. After the Lewis and Clark Expedition of the early 19th century, white settlers came to the area, many from Kentucky , Tennessee and the Carolinas ; the earliest pioneers appeared to have settled as early as 1818, and the town of Waynesville was designated the county seat by the Missouri Legislature in 1833. Like the county, Waynesville is also named after an American Revolutionary hero, Mad Anthony Wayne .


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Profitable for Teaching 2016 - Russellville, AL
Please join us for a week of serious Bible study. We are inviting men aged 18 and older to come and study God’s word together with us. The men who will present lessons are all devoted to the word of God and to teaching that word to others. The classes will be designed to be a particular help to those who are preachers and teachers but all are welcome to come. Each day we we will have six sessions with each speaker having about an hour to present. Each evening, our speakers will form a panel for a question and answer session. Our plan is to have everyone arrive on Monday evening in time for supper. Our studies will begin on Tuesday morning and go through Friday evening. We have enough room for everyone to stay overnight at the camp location. We will be providing meals and snacks throughout the week. To cover these expenses as well as utilities for the facility, we are charging a $75 fee.