In a year that was too weird for any of us to understand one thing remains constant — that Camp Alleghany is a strong community and that we will endure. We have you to thank for that!
In ordinary times my summer camp is deeply restorative. During coronavirus times it was positively transformative. Read my blog to learn why we all need natural connection, and nature’s unique reset.
What does it mean to be a staff member at a Fully Connected Community camp? Director Elizabeth Shreckhise unpacks the philosophy and details in today’s blog.
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!
Our Leaders-In-Training led a Vespers this summer. In it, they shared their own feelings about being an LIT and what it meant to them. They also made up a song that the whole camp loved!
I hope you saw the projects by our First Term campers who took Photojournalism as one of their Activities. We really loved their fine work! Now let’s take a look at what the Second Term campers in Photojournalism did for their final projects. The captions under each photo are written by the camper-photographer who took […]
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 […]
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?
Our dear friend Henry Poe wrote a poem about his experience at Family Camp.