This 1945 piece offers insight into the equine passion that many had back when Alleghany still had a horseback riding program.
This 1943 piece has Alleghany Girls stepping up to mass communications with a radio game show, something that would have been all the rage at the time.
This 1964 piece shows that many things about being a Junior Counselor are rooted in ‘Ghany tradition. And some things have changed in nearly 60 years, too!
It’s our 100th anniversary, and in addition to looking backward, we’re also looking forward, including to a season of change and transition for the leadership at Alleghany.
In this piece we see that camp embraced technology early and made it a treat as part of camp life.
Reflections, events, and ways to donate in honor of longtime camper and counselor Natalie Wade.
In this piece the paper featured a few letters from campers and staff who were eagerly counting down to Opening Day and ready to get back to camp.
In this piece we Molly Rardin reflects on the 50th Anniversary celebration of Alleghany and an interesting essay on what camp would be like in the year 2000!
How many places can boast decades of first-person narratives, testimonials, and news stories? Our camp newspaper, the Alleghany Rattler, is a collective historic document of epic proportions!