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.
Snippets from a 1928 edition of the Camp Alleghany newspaper will get you in the mood for camp!
I found this old and mysterious article in the December 1968 edition of the Alleghany Rattler (our old camp newspaper actually printed in newspaper style on real newsprint!). I couldn’t resist it because, though the holiday spirit is upon many of us, it is in fact still fall and not yet winter for another 20 […]
Here’s a poem I found from a 1941 edition of The Alleghany Rattler written by Jennie D. Keeling, a GRAY. It seems she was a bit of a prankster — as were her pals — because this poem betrays an impish spirit of jokes and play (but with love mixed in). Enjoy! To the Counselors […]
Call it a moment of Zen, mystical reflection, or the contemplative life. But I found a very spare but uplifting piece in an old edition of The Alleghany Rattler — 1959 to be exact — titled “Silence,” and written by then Chaplain Bill Beal that has soothed my soul. It came at a timely moment […]