Source: The Columbus Dispatch
The camp director's housekeeping lecture met the usual disinterest from the dining hall full of sweaty, bug-bitten kids.
Messy cabins are a staple of summer camp. Who wants to tidy up when you can swim, play games and goof around with your friends?
But August Brunsman finished his cleaning directive with a so-subtle-the-kids-probably-missed-it pun that made clear that Camp Quest is not the usual summer offering.
"Remember," he said, a slight grin crossing his face, "cleanliness is next to godlessness."
Camp Quest is a sleepaway camp for the children of atheists, agnostics, humanists and other nonbelievers, though kids from religious families are welcome, too.