Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Technology Fast?!?!

Yes - The Altitude Camp is instilling a technology fast for the first 3 days of each week (Wed - Fri). That means leaving your gadgets and gizmos in your bag
  • cell phones
  • laptops
  • ipods / mp3 players
  • pagers
  • palm pilots / PDAs
  • TV (except for group events or the Olympics are on)

Instead, bring boardgames, cards or other fun games to play with other Altitude folks. We really want to encourage you all to get to know each other and become BFFs. We'll have plenty of activities each of those days - so don't worry about being bored.

You'll hear more about the technology fast when you get to camp.

Sign Up For Camp!

There's less than a month until The Altitude Project 2008 Camp starts! Make sure you're signed up. Here's the availability for each week -
  • Week 1 (7/23 - 7/30) : is pretty close to being full (if not full already)
  • Week 2 (7/30 - 8/6) : a few more open spots - so send in your registration soon!
  • Week 3 (8/6 - 8/13) : has the most availability left - so sign up for this week!

Email Greg & Avery to let them know you're signing up (AltitudeProject@gmail.com). Can't wait 'til camp starts!

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Interview with Coaches Jay & Karmen (Shorter College)

We had the privilege of interviewing Jay & Karmen Stephenson, husband & wife coaches at Shorter College. If you've come to camp the last couple years, you've probably had a chance to meet this awesome couple!

Click here for the Interview

What did we talk about in our interview?
  • How 2007 Altitude participants (Amy, Marc, Carson twins, Dustin, Godsave, & Allen) did this year?
  • Who's coming from Shorter College to Camp 2008?
  • What's God doing in their lives!
  • Best question - Who would Jay fight in a boxing match, Jimmers or Avery. He has quite the answer!
You'll definitely want to read their interview.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Cardinal Invite Interviews

A bunch of Altitude folks met up at the Stanford Cardinal Invite - Greg & Melanie Jimmerson, Mike Sayenko, Ryan & Sara Hall, Josh Cox and Matt Sheeks.

Click here for Mike Sayenko's blog of the Cardinal Invite.

Josh Cox brough his camera and interviewed a few folks. Click here to see the video on Runner's World.

Monday, May 19, 2008

One Dream, One Team

That's the ALTITUDE Project 2008 theme

One Team, One Dream
"There is one body and one Spirit - just as you were called to one hope when you were called" (Eph 4:4)

Together we have -

One Team
One Dream
One Faith
One Lord


Jimmers on FloTrack Again!

Check it out - our very own Jimmers on FloTrack again!

(The wife made sure he didn't look nappy this time!)

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

5th Year Anniversary!

This summer will be the 5th year of The ALTITUDE Project. Wow - five summers of awesome trail runs, bible studies next to a pool, worship nights around bonfires and pancake tosses at breakfast!

Remember to drop Greg or Avery (altitude.project@gmail.com) a big congrats! Oh - and sign up for camp.


Did you know that The ALTITUDE Project has a group page on Facebook? We already have 20+ ALTITUDE peeps on it. Join the group and connect with old ALTITUDE friends!

Monday, April 28, 2008

FloTrack Interviews Greg Jimmerson

It has been one amazing year for ALTITUDE Project Director, Greg Jimmerson. He's been coaching at Liberty University and overseeing the distance runners, including this year's NCAA Cross Country Champ!

Check out his interview on FloTrack - click here

(Greg looks a little nappy - his wife will have to do something about that for future interviews!)

Yay, We're a Non-Profit!

The ALTITUDE Project is now officially a 501(c)3 Non-Profit! We received our status from the IRS in November 2007. What does that mean? Well, it means that you can make a tax-deductible donation to The ALTITUDE Project. Great work Avery & Greg!