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Statement From Camp Yavapines Management On Missing Person

Missing Person at Camp Yavapines

On Tuesday morning April 12, 2022, Camp Yavapines Management was notified that a volunteer and RV park resident was missing. Camp Management, staff and members of a visiting church group began a search for the missing individual. After a preliminary search did not locate the missing person the Prescott Police Department was notified at 11:15 am. Prescott Police Department began to conduct a search and that search is ongoing with members of both the Prescott Police Department and the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office. Camp Yavapines Management is cooperating fully with the authorities. 

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Please refer all questions regarding the ongoing search for the missing person to the Prescott Police Department or the Yavapai Sheriff’s Office Public Affairs Department.  

Camp Yavapines is a youth camp and retreat center located at 2999 W. Iron Springs Rd in Prescott, Arizona. It is owned by the Arizona Conference Corporation of Seventh-day Adventists located in Scottsdale, Arizona. Camp Yavapines is a year around facility that operates as a youth camp during the  summer and a retreat center for church groups throughout the rest of the year. The camp has been in  operation since 1947.  

The Arizona Conference Corporation is an incorporated, nonprofit organization which serves as the administrative body for its churches in Arizona with emphasis on evangelism, nurturing constituents, and operating a system of schools. The Arizona Conference Corporation of Seventh-day Adventists represents over 20,000 church members and 104 congregations throughout the state of Arizona. The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a mainstream, protestant, Bible-believing denomination with more than 20 million believers worldwide.

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