When we close after Family Camp we breathe a brief sigh of sadness and relief but it’s ever so brief — we’ve got plenty of packing and work to do!
The Greenbrier River showed its personality on Opening Day, with upriver rain delivering river rise that changed arrival plans. ‘Ghany Girls took it in stride!
We had another successful (and this time early) tent raising weekend and boy-oh-boy is the excitement for camp building!
If you’re a guy with a desire to work with your hands the summer, spending most of your time outside, we just may have the job for you!
I hope everyone has been having a wonderful holiday season filled with family and good friends and special moments and memories! I also hope that 2015 is a prosperous, meaningful, and joyful year for you. Like you, we’re looking forward to the year ahead, with many projects at camp in line to be wrapped up […]
By now, most Ghany girls both young and old, current campers and motherly and grandmotherly and auntie alum, are home for the holidays and settling in for Christmas cheer. That means it’s time to keep hands busy and hearts light as we celebrate the joy — and meaning — of the season. This got me […]
We’re excited to announce a new approach to camp kitchen management beginning with the summer of 2015. It’s actually something that campers themselves won’t really notice because it’s more a “behind the scenes” kind of thing. But whenever “behind the scenes” is made easier for the administration and facilities management, and more consistent for campers, […]
Every year during the survey series we like to touch base about our facilities to learn more about your daughter’s experience and address any questions or concerns that might arise. This year is no different. But before I launch in about what’s happening now, I’ll also encourage you to read last year’s facilities blog just […]
There may be no more iconic image of Camp Alleghany than what’s known as The Cottage. Alum will of course know what the Cottage is but for those of you new to camp or reading in from the camp industry, let me tell you about it briefly. The Cottage house was on the land […]