Our favorite foods of summers past will be our favorite foods of this summer, too, and no pandemic can take that away! So tune in to the blog pfor part 3 in our 99 THINGS about camp that are NOT changing for our 99th Summer!
Taking a cue from our awesome and talented director, Elizabeth Shreckhise, I decided that I also needed to list my top 5 favorite things about Family Camp from Summer 2019.
Introducing Shawna Rust, our Special Diets Chef. She, our kitchen staff, Head Hopper, and Special Diets Manager, are a team with a mission — to meet food allergies and special diets in a dynamic new way.
The CAAA has a matching funds challenge through 2018. Help bring camp to another girl who otherwise wouldn’t be able to enjoy the wonders of summer camp.
This summer we introduced Cooking to our Activity offerings and it was wildly popular. Read about what happens and consider Cooking for your daughter next summer!
Camp Alleghany for Girls seeks a new Head Cook and/or Prep Cooks for Summer 2016.
Probably one of the main things parents want to know in choosing a camp is, “What is the food like? Will my daughter like it? And what if she has special dietary needs or preferences (preferences in this case meaning a strict choice like vegetarianism or veganism). “ Secondarily we hear from parents who say […]
Sometimes the most unexpected things come full circle. This was brought home to me recently when a camp alum sent me an article about an old motel — the Penn-Daw — that was located near to where I grew up in Alexandria. The story got me reminiscing because it was the the Penn-Daw motel from where we […]
We’ve written several times on the blog about our approach to accommodating food allergies, restrictions, and dietary choices at camp. But it’s always nice for a fresh update so that newcomers (or the newly diagnosed) don’t have to search too far to find our information. Let me say first that at Camp Alleghany we take […]