We miss our First Term campers, but fortunately for us they’ve left behind more than just wonderful memories. The campers who took Photojournalism as one of their Activities also documented camp for us in their own ways. Join me in celebrating the wonders of camp with a look at their fine work. The captions under […]
Our dear friend Henry Poe wrote a poem about his experience at Family Camp.
Two campers relate the stories of joy, growth, and personal discovery they experienced after missing a camp summer and then coming back!
When a camper comes to us summer after summer she is on a journey that holds memories and familiarity while also growing and changing to reflect each stage in her life. Read on to hear what one camper says that Camp Alleghany gave to her.
In this blog series we look at each of our Departments in depth. Today it’s all about Photojournalism, which includes photography, videography, and writing!
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.
One camper — Anna Turk — sent us pictures and a note about her craft project centered around the Tree of Life. We love it!
Seven-year camper Lindsay Hunt started a foundation to help fellow classmates with the “little things,” that some of them couldn’t afford and it’s a huge success!
One mini camper tells her story of going to camp for the first time and being so excited that she just had to come back — right away!
One rising 16 reflects on her years at camp, and how this one will be her last…as a camper at least.