In the mood to get wet by swimming, paddleboarding or sailing? How about unleashing your artistic side by making a friendship bracelet or a candle? Feeling energized and want to run or kick a ball around?
With 25 options a day…the choice is yours.
|The Daily Planning Sheet You may call me…|
|Name||First Period||Second Period||Third Period||Fourth Period|
|Vivi||W*K Tennis||w/ Andrew||Canoeing||Slime Time Live|
|James||Wipeout||40/40 Kayak||Take the $ & Run||Territories|
|Alex||w/ Goose||Campfire Guitar||Clay Cartoon||w/ D. Hupp|
|David||Indoor Soccer||Lodge 20||Tennis||Clay Handprints|
|Naomi||Archery||Shooting Records||Capture the Flag||Improv|
|Ellie||Pillows||Fabric Watercolors||Ethical Dilemnas||H2O Insanity|
|Rafa||Secret Word||Archery||Sailing||Lawn Bowling|
|Sarah||Jr. Hoops||Wiffleball||MYO Song||Lacrosse|
|Zoe||LGTizzle||Decorating||Duct Tape Ties||Flash Fiction|
|Tina||Sailing||Rowing||w/ Christina||Field Hockey|
Campers finishing 7th, 8th and 9th grades can participate in the Challenge program, a three-year program designed to challenge the campers as individuals while emphasizing the crucial process of building and working together in a group. As trust is built, campers feel safe enough to stretch themselves in new ways.
Typically, participants leave camp one day a week to go hiking, biking or canoeing, or stay inside camp for ropes course activities. During overnight trips, groups stay at campsites where they cook their own meals and sleep in tents. Challenge groups also work together performing community service projects.