Too many screens for too much of the time are greatly impacting how kids develop and how people interact. How did we get here, and what’s it doing to us? Let’s explore it this week on the blog.
The great outdoors beckons with meaningful career opportunities. So the next time someone says, “Get a real job,” let them know that working outside with kids IS just that!
Bonnie Dawson heads up a project to engage the ‘Ghany community in an international version of ‘Ghany We Will Give to help girls in developing countries attend school.
With staff members from 12 different countries at camp this past summer it was only natural to celebrate an International Night of food and cultural exchange. And it was a blast!
Every year she writes her top 5 favorite things about camp and this year is a doozy of awesome things. Read on to find out what stood out!
One of our staff members, Allie Sullivan, tells a beautiful story of her mother’s and aunt’s generation being at camp and how her generation of cousins grew up here, too.
Roo came to camp with Whitney Kiper and then set off on daily adventures all her own. Read on to find out about a day in the life of a camp dog.
If you remember our camp newspaper then we hope you’ll like the online version of the same good old-fashioned reporting from our Photojournalism campers.
When campers come home often there’s an adjustment period. They miss camp friends, pine for camp ways, and often need to share their feelings. Here’s how you can be supportive.
One of our alums who’s also a Maroon (no-JC-summer Counselor) shared with us her Vespers remembrance of what camp means to her.