One of our staff members, Allie Sullivan, tells a beautiful story of her mother’s and aunt’s generation being at camp and how her generation of cousins grew up here, too.
When campers come home often there’s an adjustment period. They miss camp friends, pine for camp ways, and often need to share their feelings. Here’s how you can be supportive.
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.
It’s that time again to begin thinking about donations for ‘Ghany We Will Give. Today’s blog gives you an update all about this summer’s organization and plans.
Every summer the last week of the camping season is dedicated to a special time at Alleghany. FAMILY CAMP! Many of us absolutely live for this sacred week of time together with old camp friends, family, and of course new families that choose to spend some of their vacation with us. Why Family Camp is […]
If your teen thinks she’s outgrown camp it may be time to step in to remind her just how much she loves her camp family!
Campers and Counselors may remember “Bonnie Blankets.” But what is the story behind the story of Bonnie’s handwork projects? It’s a multi-generational legacy told in today’s blog.
Join me in welcoming Elizabeth Shreckhise into her new position — as Director of Camp Alleghany!
A Thanksgiving message from Elizabeth at Camp Alleghany for Girls and some holiday specials to ease your wallet for the coming holiday season!
My final blog in a series devoted to what it was like to send my son to camp for the first time even though I am already a camp director. I learned that it isn’t easy, but it is good!