This 1934 Alleghany Rattler piece shows just how creative, offbeat, and adventurous ‘Ghany Girls have always been, especially in Blue-Gray match-ups!
Upstarts are part of Alleghany’s traditions. Read on for what the Upstarts were like in 1964.
My transition out of Camp Alleghany will take place in the Fall. Right now I’m happily focused on helping create an unforgettable summer for each camper, for each staff member, for each person who comes to Camp and gets to be part of our 100th summer.
In this 1963 piece a fashionista writes about little girls fashions of the era, presumably to prepare Junior Campers for the school year ahead.
We’re already 90% staffed. But while we’re in great shape for the summer, we’d love to hire a few more staff members in the next month. Read about working at ‘Ghany and apply!
In this poetic piece, Sara Rardin reflects on the spirit and spell of a good campfire.
TBT: The Alleghany Rattler, Aug. 1959: ‘Ghany’s Annual Star Festival To Be Held on Night of August Ninth
In this 1959 piece we see that science and lore can mix in painting a fuller picture of humanity’s relationship to the stars. And with it, ‘Ghany Girls getting to explore the world with the skies as their “classroom.”
There’s no better year than this year to finally give in to that voice in your head that says, “I’ve really been meaning to go back to Camp Alleghany one of these days!”
In this piece we see the love of nature that has always been a part of camp life. Its admiration for spiders came out just a few years after the release of E. B. White’s famous Charlotte’s Web.