Sam Dawson and Casey Tucker attended the most recent American Camp Association regional conference. Casey writes about the topics covered and what it means for ‘Ghany.
In a book about the merits of things made and done by hand a quiet epilogue sings the praises of summer camps and the critical role they play in kids’ lives.
Heavy readers of the blog will know just how mjuch we LOVE going to camp conferences. Each one offers something unique and each one helps build excitement for the coming summer because new ideas and issues are always on offer. During this time of year we traditionally go to what’s called the American Camp Association […]
We recently attended a one-day workshop and presented insight from our situation with the flood this summer.
We know you’re wondering about the 2018 launch of our new Leadership In Training Program. Here’s what we know so far. Get ready to get excited!
We tried a new camp conference this year in addition to the American Camp Association’s National gathering. I report back on what we learned!
During #GhanyJobsWeek we offer tips for would-be camp counselors. This one is on pacing yourself for the summer.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again — the off-season camp conference season is one of my absolute most favorite times of the year. Why do I love it so much? A lot of it is that I crave connection with other camp directors and really enjoy sharing brainstorming sessions with them that help make camp […]
There was lots of learning to discover, new ideas to mull, and colleagues to connect with at our regional American Camp Association winter conference!
The third of a three-part series on American Camp Association Accreditation and Camp Alleghany, this time on rules governing river use.