Staffing changes in our important positions can be both sad and exciting – sad because we’re saying goodbye to someone who made a lasting impression on camp, but happy because we have the best wishes for that person in their new chosen direction. And of course we are always excited to welcome new staff members […]
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!
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!
We’re thankful for you all throughout the year but still wanted to take a moment to write out our many thanks in today’s blog. Happy Thanksgiving!
A new international counselor — Annie Chapman — tells her story of a newly invigorated approach to staff training and what it meant to her.
Our international focus and diversity at camp is off-the-charts this summer. In today’s blog, Program Director Casey Tucker introduces you to what campers have in store with staff and special international nights during #summer2018!
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.
Campers who’ve loved our Ropes Course (or always wanted to try it) will LOVE this summer’s newest offering — Bouldering. Get ready to build strength and endurance while getting in touch with nature , your self, and a trusted team!
A blog that goes into the details of the types of sessions offered at the ACA camp conference as well as some very interesting keynote speakers.
Part One is on the mysterious world of being a camp director. Think of it like being a school principal but with a very different objective — to educate the whole child, body, mind, and spirit with the notable inclusion of the power of nature. And trust me, there’s plenty in all that to keep a director occupied year-round.