Families needing financial assistance for camp tuition can apply their daughters for the Lantern Scholarship. Read today’s blog for details.
I hope you saw the projects by our First Term campers who took Photojournalism as one of their Activities. We really loved their fine work! Now let’s take a look at what the Second Term campers in Photojournalism did for their final projects. The captions under each photo are written by the camper-photographer who took […]
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 […]
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 […]
One of our delightful campers made a slideshow to share her excitement about coming back to camp for #summer2019. Will your daughter be there, too?
Do you worry about homesickness at camp? Or about missing your child too much? These do’s and don’ts will help you prep your child and yourself for a successful summer!
Mom, if you’re afraid of sending your kid to camp you’re not alone. You might even think, “What kind of mother would do that – send her kid AWAY for three weeks or more? What will the other parents think? Or my family? Will they think I don’t love my child?” And that brings me […]
Our dear friend Henry Poe wrote a poem about his experience at Family Camp.
If you’ve made excuses for not sending your child to camp it may be time to reexamine them. From time in nature to time away from screens to time in self development, camp is back and smart parents are choosing to send their kids.
When your child says she doesn’t want to go back to camp a second summer should you just leave it at that? As a camp director, Elizabeth Shreckhise wasn’t willing to stop sending her son. What she wanted to do, was empower him to face any uncertainty with courage: