We’ve explored how screens and sedentary lifestyles are putting pressures on kids or limiting their growth. Now let’s look at how camp balances those impacts, and provides critical assets of its own.
One of our staff members, Allie Sullivan, tells a beautiful story of her mother’s and aunt’s generation being at camp and how her generation of cousins grew up here, too.
When campers come home often there’s an adjustment period. They miss camp friends, pine for camp ways, and often need to share their feelings. Here’s how you can be supportive.
One of our alums who’s also a Maroon (no-JC-summer Counselor) shared with us her Vespers remembrance of what camp means to her.
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.
This week and next we’re doing a series of blogs on the emerging Leaders-In-Training Program (opening #summer2019). Today read about why we’re beginning this program and who it’s for.
Campers and Counselors may remember “Bonnie Blankets.” But what is the story behind the story of Bonnie’s handwork projects? It’s a multi-generational legacy told in today’s blog.
An end-of-year message about ‘Ghany’s beloved traditions is mixed in with this reflection on Summer 2017. Get ready to light your Candlelight Campfire candle!
This Giving Tuesday our Camp Alleghany Alumni Association urges you to donate to our Lantern Scholarship to help make camp possible for more you girls!