A Thanksgiving message from Elizabeth at Camp Alleghany for Girls and some holiday specials to ease your wallet for the coming holiday season!
My final blog in a series devoted to what it was like to send my son to camp for the first time even though I am already a camp director. I learned that it isn’t easy, but it is good!
The Tree of Life that has come to be associated with camp is a symbol that means so much to so many of us. One camper tells her own story of what it means.
We’ve got recruiting parties & Ice Cream Socials throughout the fall and winter in various Maryland and Virginia locations — come see us and bring friends!
My son went off to his first sleepaway camp this summer. As a camp director, I knew the drill. But as a child, it was all new to him. What happened? Read on…
Off he went — my first born — to sleepaway camp. And even though I’m a camp director myself, I now saw it all through a camp parent’s eyes. And it’s not easy!
Our very special Vespers was so because of the amazing stories told of previous generations of campers. Read those stories and share your own memories!
Post # 2 in my series on my son’s first experience at a sleepaway summer camp that isn’t OUR sleepaway summer camp. He’s only 6 so this series is great for parents of younger campers.
This new blog series explores what it means — and what it takes — to send your child off to sleepaway camp for the first time and how that’s a huge step, even for a camp director!
We hope you’ll come out for our 3rd Annual CAAA L.O.L. Alumni Weekend, June 8-11. It’s FREE, fun, and full of friends old and new. A little labor, lots of laughs!