A piece that shows how interesting and unusual camp guests could be. It’s also a fine example of just how deep and engaging articles from the Activity known as Alleghany Rattler, could be.
Campers showed a marked degree of travel independence in 1962 and they even seemed to be responsible for relaying travel plans TO their parents, rather than the other way around! Read today’s throwback article for more…
Promptness, cleanliness, cooperation, and courtesy — see what campers over 80 years ago were expected to bring to their camp behavior.
TBT newspaper: In which a group of campers hikes to a local tent theatre to see a comedic but meaningful play about greed and the plucky people who outsmart it!
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 […]
Roo came to camp with Whitney Kiper and then set off on daily adventures all her own. Read on to find out about a day in the life of a camp dog.
Please check out our blog today with a special request for used electronics to aid our Photography and Dance Departments AND give more counselors access to equipment at camp.
It’s been a while since we’ve posted a throwback piece to our old Alleghany Rattler newspaper, so I thought it would be fun to pull one out this week from July 1951! It’s a story of an outdoor adventure. Hope you enjoy! Blue Bend written by Susan Cotts and Dorsey Davidson Edited by Mottie Haverstick […]
Meet our team of counselor interns who are writing stories, taking photos, and helping to tell the Camp Alleghany story from right within camp.