A piece that shows how interesting and unusual camp guests could be. It’s also a fine example of just how deep and engaging articles from the Activity known as Alleghany Rattler, could be.
Campers showed a marked degree of travel independence in 1962 and they even seemed to be responsible for relaying travel plans TO their parents, rather than the other way around! Read today’s throwback article for more…
Promptness, cleanliness, cooperation, and courtesy — see what campers over 80 years ago were expected to bring to their camp behavior.
TBT newspaper: In which a group of campers hikes to a local tent theatre to see a comedic but meaningful play about greed and the plucky people who outsmart it!
Dear ‘Ghany Community, Undoubtedly you’re as overwhelmed as I am with all kinds of changes due to COVID-19. And now with the holidays coming up, and managing you or your children’s education or work through year end, there’s a lot on everyone’s plates. I have a Pre-Kindergartener and a rambunctious two year old underfoot. My […]
This year’s ‘Ghany We Will Give campaign will be by giving back to camp. Join us with your non-tax deductible donation to camp.
I say this every year, but how is it possibly June already? Summer is fast approaching, and there’s so much to look forward to as we begin another season on the banks of the Greenbrier River. And as we get ready for another Opening Day at camp, I’m so excited to announce the 2019 ‘Ghany […]
The Camp Alleghany Alumni Association Board has issued a matching funds challenge for the Lantern Scholarship until December 31, 2018. Up to $3500 in matching funds!
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.