In this season of togetherness and joy, whatever holiday you celebrate, we hope it is warm, happy, and peaceful!
While I could maybe use a touch less of the “Arctic chill,” still, I am so glad for beautiful fall leaves, brisk weather, and the turn of the seasons inward, to warm fireplaces, thoughts of Thanksgiving, and planning for the camp year ahead. And to that end I want to reach all of our Camp […]
Each summer our Junior Counselors (JCs) lead one of our Vespers. We hold four Vespers events each summer, happening on Sundays at four in the afternoon, and intended as a time for non-denominational and non-religious reflection and group introspection. When any group leads the Vespers, it’s their chance to shine, to lead, to help guide […]
Our tie-dye colored mini week, the 17th of its seasons, was such a blast for all the girls for many, many reasons! Traditions that we loved to learn included hunting the Inspector, making pixies, singing songs and BA: BARNYARD detector! Evening activities were fun times for closing out each day. But we truly loved the […]
Have you ever wondered what it is like to live in a tent with others for part of the summer? Is my daughter ready to go to a sleepaway summer camp? What is this Camp Alleghany for Girls that I’ve heard so much about? What makes it so special? We answered these questions and many […]
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?
A blog in which Elizabeth writes very goofy new lyrics to “Deck the Halls,” and celebrates the joys of camp-themed ornaments!
In December we’ve got two great Winter Reunions that are also Camp Interest Open Houses. Read the details on the blog and plan to come & bring interested friends!
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.