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Camp Dining

Dining Services is ready to make your conference dining a pleasant and convenient experience. We have several options for meals including cafeteria and ala carte dining, catering, and box lunches for those days on the run. Service is provided at Thomas Jefferson Hall, Monday through Sunday.

Monday through Friday, guests may enjoy a breakfast, lunch, and dinner option.  On Saturday and Sunday, brunch and dinner are served.  Groups with needs beyond these scheduled meal periods should note these on your camp reservation form in order to make appropriate accommodations.

Dining Service is automatically provided to each participant residing in the halls. Participants will be given a temporary meal card that will be scanned at each dining facility. Please be sure to note on your reservation form what type of meals you will need for each day of your conference and indicate if additional service is needed for those not staying with us.

2014 Camp Reservation Form

2014 Summer Research Group Reservation Form

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