Amerada 2018 is coming up soon – (Get registered Prices go to $135 Aug 6th)
Amerada 2018 is being planned and we are getting ready for you to visit Upstate NY.
September 7th-9th 2018 at Camp Nazareth where it was held in 2014 and previous years.
Camp Nazareth is a 300 acre property located on Little Long Lake in the Adirondacks. The historic Camp is available to rent from May until September and has a beautiful beachfront for swimming, canoes for boating, miles of scenic hiking trails, and plenty of cabins for your overnight accommodations making this the pemeir choice for your confernce, retreat, or group gathering.
All rentals at Camp Nazareth include full use of the camp property.
The full kitchen contains walk in coolers, stove and ovens, freezer, dishwaher, and cookware/utensils. The attached dining hall has seating for up to 150 people and a beautiful stone wood burning fireplace. The staff house includes five bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs and three bedrooms, one bathroom and a sitting area downstairs. This house can sleep twelve people comfortably.
The main bathroom has a separete men’s and women’s facilities with showers and hot and cold running water. There is ample parking, a basketball court, and grassy recreation field.
There are two outdoor fire pits and wood is provided upon request.
Amerada 2018 Reg form Fillable
Pay online Regular Registration $120
Pay Online Registration with a Hat or T-Shirt $130
Pay Online Registration with Long Sleeve Shirt $135
Pay Online Registration and Hoodie $160
$3 will be added under shipping to cover Credit Card Fees
AMERADA 2017 moved to Byng Island Conservation Area
The new site is closer to the Fort-Erie Border Crossing and it was much easier to move the RV’s.
While Aaron is calling all registered attendees and emailing info, Please be sure to pass this information on to anyone you may have invited so they don’t show up to the wrong place.
Don’t forget to bring any annual trophies back to Amerada.
- Byng Island Conservation Area
- 4969 Haldimand road 20
- Dunnville, Ontario N1A 2W3
Byng Island Conservation Area offers campers, boaters and day-visitors a chance to explore both the Grand River and Lake Erie. The 190-hectare conservation area encompasses Carolinian forest, reforested farmland, and open space. Located on the lower stretch of this Canadian Heritage River, it has three boat launches into the Grand River.
Registration for Amerada 2017 is out (Download Registration form)
Early Registration must be sent in by July 4th – Only $100 for a weekend of fun including Food, Drink an Lodging (and Trophies) It’s almost free, but definitely worth the price of admission
Canada is providing deluxe camping accommodations for 2017
While it seems so far away – The Michigan Jaycees are planning Amerada 2016
AMERADA 2016 Registration Form
September 9th – 11th 2016
Camp Dearborn Milford, MI
An all inclusive weekend with friends AMERADA2016Flyer
Food – Beer – Fellowship Games – Lodging
Early $100, standard $110 and late $130
Blind Paddle Boat Races – Beer Chugging – Horse Shoe’s -Tug of War – Arm Wrestling – Pickle Eating – Texas Hold’em – Wine Sucking – Keg Rolling – Volley Ball – Belching- Pancake Eating – Beer Pong – Hairy Chest – Potato Humping
Hosted by the Redford Jaycees
Find the Registration form online at www.jciamerada.com
Or Contact Kendra Smyth 313-717-6589 or email@example.com for more info
Rustic cabins feature sleeping cots for 6 people in a bunk style layout. There is lighting, 120v electric service at every cabin. Cabins have a charcoal BBQ and a covered picnic table. There is an adjacent “Kitchen Cabana” that has a compact refrigerator and a 2 burner electric cooktop. Parking and Park admission for 2 cars and use of all facilities. *Up to 6 people per site. Use of our Comfort Stations located throughout the park. NO Pets are allowed.
LIST OF ITEMS TO BRING TO AMERADA
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AMERADA IS A WEEKEND TO RELAX AND COMPETE IN FRIENDLY COMPETITIONS
Well a couple days but I know you’ll love it once you’ve attended.
There is still time to attend. Even if just for the day.
2015 is in Canada Not too far from the American Border and that means the opportunity to go to duty free
$150 for the weekend is awesome
Will you be part of the Amerada Legacy?
Amerada Winners 2015???
Arm Wrestling (M)
Tug of War. (M)
Tug of War
Beer Chugging (I)
Beer Chugging Team
Beamsville, Ontario is Wine tour country with 15 Wineries to visit and 15 minutes from the www.fortycreekwhisky.com distillery and we can arrange tours for any early arrivals.
Early/Regular Registration is $140 American $150 Canadian
We have to pay a fee to have the whole camp for the weekend, insurance coverage is a condition of rental, a per person stay fee, food, beverages and a T-shirt will be covered with the registration fee. If there are any funds let over, they do go into the Amerada Steering fund.
Camp Website is http://www.cavespringscamp.on.ca/
We all know what a pain it is to buy stamps, so you can pay online right here.
Please get registered so We start having counts so we know what supplies we will need.
You can fill out your registration form (Registration Form) and email it to me firstname.lastname@example.org and then pay online and then just wait in anticipation of Amerada 2014 at Camp Nazareth.
|Regular By Aug 5th $120.00 USD
Late After Aug 6th $135.00 USD
If you are an Amerada Virgin, Never attended an Amerada we are offering $10 off the registration.
If you are paying online we will give you the $10.00 (First Timer Discount) back at Amerada
Amerada 2014 (58th Annual)
September 5-7 2014
CAMP NAZARETH (Held there in 2010)
112 Long Lake Road – Woodgate, NY 13494
Early Registration is only $110 for the whole weekend – Includes your Food, Drink and Lodging.
Registration includes: Lodging for 2 nights, Breakfast Saturday and Sunday, Lunch and Dinner Saturday, Snacks throughout the weekend, *Beer and Soda for weekend, Awards and trophies and memories to last a lifetime. *must be 21 or older for alcoholic beverages
57th Annual Amerada
SEPTEMBER 6, 7 & 8, 2013
Hosted by JCI BRANTFORD
JCI Amerada 2013 will be held at Toronto West KOA, 9301 Second Line RR#2, Campbellsville, Ontario L0P 1B0
After July 1st
Canadian $130.00 American $130.00
TRADITIONAL AMERADA GAMES AND FELLOWSHIP
WILL BE HELD DURING THE WEEKEND
“WHERE FRIENDSHIP IS INTERNATIONAL”
I’m on the road to Michigan, no not campaigning, headed across NY and through Canada on my way to Amerada 2012. I look forward to meeting up with long time friends and new Jaycees attending the 2nd longest running JCI event. This will be my 7th Amerada and the long drive should be well worth the effort. if you’ve never attended an Amerada you are missing one of the most interesting Jaycees events where Friendship is International.
While we missed our friends from Connecticut this year we met 21 Amerada Newbies from Michigan. Which ultimately was the reason we held Amerada out of its normal Northeast locations. The longevity of the event needed to be renewed and introducing this tradition to a new group of Jaycees was essential to keeping Amerada a viable event. These new attendees were fierce competitors but the 1st event Friday night, Texas Holdem would be swiftly won by Billy from Canada. The 2nd and far more skilled event, Pancake eating was a battle to the plate. Long time reigning champ, myself, Dave Stern, was upset by the easy going, “I’m just here to eat a pancake” Mel Robinson from NY and the games we’re tied between the two countries. The 3rd event was Volleyball, the Canadian, Michigan, NY Team defeated the US, Michigan, NY team and our northern neighbors took a lead. With Horse Shoes next, a mix of NY, Kramit and Michigan, Pickel took home gold tying up the medal count. Pickle eating, was easily won by Dave Stern, defending Champion. Then came Potato Humpin’ an unknown Ladybird from Michigan Humped to victory doubling the US lead. Arm wrestling the US only competed and Age beat out youth as NY/Missouri Senator Kramit Kramer took it over the top to win big. Woman’s Arm wrestling was won by Police officer Jen, from Michigan hands down. The kings sport of Keg Rolling was fast and furious and the Canadian team rolled into the victory lane again. Sexy Legs, a new contest objectifying both men and women, Beth from Michigan with her tattooed foot claimed victory and then Dave Holmes from Canada won for the men. Hairy Chest contest there was a clear winner from Michigan native, Maverick the Police German Shepard but he was disqualified for not being Human. So the runner up from Michigan, Jay Johnson took the top honor. Beer Pong took us under the tent for some Fun with cups and balls. The Michigan team of Jessi and Jen, aka, The Big T@&ftted B@&%#es were the favorites to win with their ball handling skills and provocative distractions. But a couple of NY Senators who claim not to have played this sport, grabbed their Ping Pong Balls, ignored the grinding and sunk their balls into the girls cups over and over again. Victory was sweet for John Tyo and Duane Niemi and they took home matching trophies. Belching Contest I forgot who won but it was a gas. Finally the Sad Sack award was shared by a husband and wife team. The Sad Sack award goes out to the Person(s) who either do the most amazing or most stupid thing over the weekend. We are still waiting to give it out to someone who did something amazing. Billy and Jessica, Canadians, shared the honor this year. Billy for going into the wrong cabin at 4 am and mistaking someone’s (male) posterior for his wife’s posterior so he thought he was in the right cabin. Jessica drove down to Volley Ball/Horse Shoes and locked her keys in her car. This in itself wouldn’t qualify, that could happen to anyone. But after asking everyone if they had a coat hanger and almost calling AAA, we found a coat hanger and went to try to unlock the door, discovering the passenger window was open.
Awards were given out, hugs and hand shakes exchanged and the next Amerada #57 will be in Brandtford Canada. http://www.Jciamerada.com for more details.