Program Director Casey Tucker took some time this fall to restore his soul, rest into his friendships, and revisit his passion for nature. Read his story and how this work informs his dedication to wilderness work at ‘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!
Too many screens for too much of the time are greatly impacting how kids develop and how people interact. How did we get here, and what’s it doing to us? Let’s explore it this week on the blog.
Every child NEEDS to be outside. Our Program Director, Casey Tucker, explains why that’s the best classroom of all and how your child can get it and more at camp!
Camp Director Elizabeth Dawson Shreckhise answers the questions that parents most want to know about sleepaway summer camp readiness.
There are some changes afoot in our proposed Leadership-In-Training program. We’re changing the launch to Summer 2019, and looking at a new term structure, too.
The modern world wreaks havoc on our bodies and mind, causing numerous imbalances. The good news is that a few days — or weeks — at summer camp can restore the balance and hep make kids healthier in body and mind!
Wonder what a first time away at camp is like, especially for younger campers? Read our interview with a Mini Camper to find out about her 8 days and nights away from home!
Parents are finding that their kids benefit from life skills, like being a self-starter, resilience, and personal responsibility. Camp can help get them there!
Love camp? Help spread the word about Summer 2017 by hosting a camp interest party. Or invite a friend and her child to attend one near you.