Camp Connections – Red Feather

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Camp Connections – Red Feather

Camp Connections

Week 10: August 20 - 24

Campers enjoy a craft activity

From the Camp Director

The last week of summer camp has been amazing. We are so thankful to have so many wonderful families, campers, and staff pour so much love, spirit, and happiness into Camp Red Feather. This summer we have seen campers learn how to boat, swim, various forms of shooting sports plus so much more. We have seen strong friendships form, campers becoming more confident, and everyone going home smiling. We will strive to make next summer even better than this summer and again, thank you to everyone who has been a part of our summer camp.

Reminders:

  • Get more summer camp with “Final Four” week at YMCA Camp Thunderbird from August 27-30
  • Daily, your camper needs a water bottle, a bathing suit & towel, closed toed shoes, a nut-free morning snack and lunch and their camp bead necklace. We also recommend packing an extra pair of clothes.
  • Bobcats and Wolves (our youngest huddles) should bring home their “passport” to do different activities with the families and bring their passport back to camp on Fridays to earn a special family bead. Bears, Eagles, Gators, and Owls should work on their ranks booklets and keep them in their huddle bin daily.

Campers on the stage at camp

Program Highlight

Ranks programming is still in full swing! The Wolves have joined the Badgers and LITs in ranks programming for week 10 and have had a blast. Camp is soaring with music, chants, and sports during ranks programming and many of our campers are loving the creative arts activities for this week’s theme Fiesta Del Sol. We are as excited and pumped up for Week 10 as we were for Week 1!

LIT Highlight

A camper that we would like to highlight this week is Colin Hurt. Colin comes to camp every day with a positive attitude and participates in every activity. He is kind towards his fellow peers and is respectful to every staff member. We are so excited that we received the opportunity to meet Colin and have him in the LITs this summer!

Camper Ranks

Campers are working hard towards their ranks for the first week.

Campers show a silly pose on the archery range

“COW” (Counselor of the Week)

Our Honor Camper of the Week was Zaryan Taylor. He loves coming to camp and seeing all of his friends on a daily basis. Zaryan loves getting beads and singing LOUD and PROUD with his Bobcats.

Our Counselor of the Week was Ms. Kristen! Ms. Kristen works with the LITs and is passionate about music and drama, singing camp songs, and building relationships.

Next Week Highlights

Next week’s theme is Fiesta Del Sol! We cannot wait to see what costumes our campers and staff wear on Wacky Wednesday! Our staff are thinking of ideas like being human chips and guacamole, mariachi bands, and salsa dancers!

Also, get excited for our camp-wide Fiesta Del Sol B-I-G BIG Game next Friday!

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Week 9: August 13 - 17

From the Camp Director

We are having a blast in Week 9 of Into the Future! We are so happy to see our campers continue to work on their ranks and earn their Red, White, and Blue Stars to finish up their summer. While next week is our last week of Camp Red Feather, we are still bringing the spirit, fun, and excitement to all activities. Camp is where our hearts are and next week is going to be a blast week 9! We are also excited to be preparing for our Before and After-School Care programs that begin on the first day of school and please contact me with any questions about both programs.

Reminders:

  • Get more summer camp with “Final Four” week at YMCA Camp Thunderbird from August 27-30.  REGISTER TODAY!
  • Daily, your camper needs a water bottle, a bathing suit & towel, closed toed shoes, a nut-free morning snack and lunch and their camp bead necklace. We also recommend packing an extra pair of clothes.
  • Bobcats and Wolves (our youngest huddles) should bring home their “passport” to do different activities with the families and bring their passport back to camp on Fridays to earn a special family bead. Bears, Eagles, Gators, and Owls should work on their ranks booklets and keep them in their huddle bin daily.

Camper wins the “honesty chair” for the week

Program Highlight

Campers are enjoying huddle time together and winning character chairs at closing council. Gabe is excited that he won the honesty chair for the day. Bobcats are arriving to every opening and closing council early to practice their chants and sing songs before every huddle arrives so they can be the loudest and proudest!

LIT Highlight

This week I am highlighting Alexis for her willingness to show new skills. We went on a field trip yesterday to Skateland and I learned that Alexis was on a skating team! She began to tell me about all of her experiences as she was learning and even gave a few tips on how to improve on skating! I think confidence is a great part of being a leader and she exhibited that very well on our trip!

Camper Ranks

Campers are working hard towards their ranks for the first week.

Counselor and Camper of the Week

“COW” (Counselor of the Week)

Our Honor Camper of the Week was Taryll Lungai. Taryll comes into camp with a smile, manners, and compassion for all campers. He consistently looks for ways to help his fellow campers and participates in EVERY single activity! Taryll describes having a great time at camp and loves coming every day.

Our Counselor of the Week was Ms. Kelly. Ms. Kelly loves boating and archery. She enjoys watching her campers experience different activities and learning skills. She is passionate about summer camp!

Next Week Highlights

Next week’s theme is Fiesta Del Sol! We cannot wait to see what costumes our campers and staff wear on Wacky Wednesday! Our staff are thinking of ideas like being human chips and guacamole, mariachi bands, and salsa dancers!

Also, get excited for our camp-wide Fiesta Del Sol B-I-G BIG Game next Friday!

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Week 8: August 6 - 10

Campers spray each other with pool toys

From the Camp Director

This week at Camp Red Feather has been very lively and spirited! We have been so grateful to see the campers grow and continue to learn new things as they move up in ranks as well as growing in swimming skills! We have also enjoyed our galaxy theme as we have been learning about and engaging in galaxy-themed activities and crafts.

Reminders:

  • Our staff looks forward to rides-in every morning because we can’t wait to see our campers! Please make sure your camper is ready to get out of the car and start their day at camp when you get in the line for rides-in.
  • Daily, your camper needs a water bottle, a bathing suit & towel, closed toed shoes, a nut-free morning snack and lunch and their camp bead necklace. We also recommend packing an extra pair of clothes.
  • Bobcats and Wolves (our youngest huddles) should bring home their “passport” to do different activities with the families and bring their passport back to camp on Fridays to earn a special family bead. Bears, Eagles, Gators, and Owls should work on their ranks booklets and keep them in their huddle bin daily.

Program Highlight

This week at Camp Red Feather has been very lively and spirited! We have been so grateful to see the campers grow and continue to learn new things as they move up in ranks as well as growing in swimming skills! We have also enjoyed our galaxy theme as we have been learning about and engaging in galaxy-themed activities and crafts.

LIT Highlight

A camper that I would like to highlight this week is Jeremy Clancy! Jeremy has shown a tremendous amount of growth throughout the summer and we are so proud of his positive attitude and leadership skills that he has shown this week! Great job Jeremy!

Camper Ranks

Campers are working hard towards their ranks for the first week.

Swim lessons at the Chester YMCA camp

“COW” (Counselor of the Week)

Our Honor Camper of the Week was Parker Karnolt! She always brings a positive attitude to camp and has been modeling great listening for the rest of her huddles, the Bobcats!

Our Counselor of the Week was Whitley Coco! She has consistently led her huddle well and is always looking out for other huddles!

Next Week Highlights

Next week’s theme is Into the Future! We cannot wait to see what costumes our campers and staff wear on Wacky Wednesday! Our staff are thinking of ideas like robots, technology, and futuristic items!

Also, get excited for our camp-wide Into the Future B-I-G BIG Game next Friday!

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Week 7: July 30 - August 3

Fun camp activity

From the Camp Director

Our Camp Red Feather staff have been blown away by how quickly the summer is going by! It is crazy that this is our second to last week of camp! We are so grateful for all of our campers that have brought positive attitudes and camp spirit with them throughout the summer. We are so proud of all of our campers that have been dedicated to learning new things in ranks programming and have been diligently earning character beads! We are amazed at the growth we have seen this summer!  Let’s make the last two weeks of camp the BEST so far!

Reminders:

  • Our staff looks forward to rides-in every morning because we can’t wait to see our campers! Please make sure your camper is ready to get out of the car and start their day at camp when you get in the line for rides-in.
  • Daily, your camper needs a water bottle, a bathing suit & towel, closed toed shoes, a nut-free morning snack and lunch and their camp bead necklace. We also recommend packing an extra pair of clothes.
  • Bobcats and Wolves (our youngest huddles) should bring home their “passport” to do different activities with the families and bring their passport back to camp on Fridays to earn a special family bead. Bears, Eagles, Gators, and Owls should work on their ranks booklets and keep them in their huddle bin daily.

Program Highlight

This week we are SUPER proud of our campers for bringing positive attitudes to a rainy week at camp! We have been learning about all things science, technology, engineering, and mathematics! We had so much fun playing our STEAM themed B-I-G BIG Game and we are looking forward to another week of fun!

Jaydenn (pictured on right) is an LIT with a lot of positive energy.

LIT Highlight

Jaydenn is an LIT with a lot of positive energy.  He knows how to express himself and do so in a way that is beneficial to the entire group. He willingly participates in all activities with tons of ENTHUSIASM and is definitely a catalyst for good in his group! We also had a great time on our fieldtrip to Maymont Park! It was a great experience to explore and see all that the historic Maymont Park had to offer with our wonderful group of LITs!

Camper Ranks

Campers are working hard towards their ranks for the first week.

“COW” (Counselor of the Week)

Our Honor Camper of the Week was Dekari Sweeden! It has been such a privilege to see his growth this summer! He has actively participated in his group and has stood out to his counselors in the best way!

Our Counselor of the Week was Ayanna Scarborough! She has consistently led her huddle with kindness and ENTHUSIASM! We are so grateful to have her on our team this summer! Keep up the good work Ayanna!

Campers showing off their structures built from nature

Next Week Highlights

Next week’s theme is Galaxy, Far, Far Away! We are really looking forward to exploring the solar system with our campers and playing our STELLAR B-I-G BIG Game on Friday!

Wednesday will be our weekly dress-up day, so come in your best “galactic,” galaxy-themed costume!

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Week 6: July 23 - 27

Campers learn to build shelters in the woods

From the Camp Director

We have not let the rain get us down this week! We have been singing rain songs, creating dinosaur eggs, and dressing up like kings, queens, and dragons for our “Game of Huddles” theme. We are so excited to see our campers embrace the activities and skill building opportunities even in inclement weather. We are singing LOUD and PROUD this week and having more fun than ever in week 6!

Reminders:

  • Our staff looks forward to rides-in every morning because we can’t wait to see our campers! Please make sure your camper is ready to get out of the car and start their day at camp when you get in the line for rides-in.
  • Daily, your camper needs a water bottle, a bathing suit & towel, closed toed shoes, a nut-free morning snack and lunch and their camp bead necklace. We also recommend packing an extra pair of clothes.
  • Bobcats and Wolves (our youngest huddles) should bring home their “passport” to do different activities with the families and bring their passport back to camp on Fridays to earn a special family bead. Bears, Eagles, Gators, and Owls should work on their ranks booklets and keep them in their huddle bin daily.

Campers practice their target skills

Program Highlight

This week, our campers focused on new activities in Nature and Archery. Our campers learned how to safely shoot a bb gun and how to properly aim to hit their paper target. Most of our campers took home their targets to show their families their accomplishments. Red Feather campers also learned how to create forts in the woods and what it means to build a shelter in case of emergencies.

LIT Highlight

We would like to highlight Sebastian Hailey! Sebastian is always positive whenever he is at camp. He isn’t afraid to be himself and I believe that it is something that is very admirable. He is always in good spirits and always has a smile on his face no matter the circumstances. He’s a true team player.

Camper Ranks

Campers are working hard towards their ranks for the first week.

Week 6 Honor Camper at Red Feather

“COW” (Counselor of the Week)

Our Honor Camper of the Week was Jaslyn! Jaslyn comes into camp almost every day with her huddle color, representing the Bobcats. She dresses up for Whacky Wednesdays according to the theme and consistently cheers on her fellow campers and is kind to everyone. Jaslyn has camp spirit and honors the four core values of the YMCA: Honesty, Caring, Respect, and Responsibility. We are so proud of her!

Our Counselor of the Week was Ms. Brittany. Ms. Brittany works with the Bobcats and she is spirited, patient, and caring to all campers and staff. Ms. Brittany thinks of new ways to keep her huddle engaged and works hard to ensure every camper is safe and happy. Thank you, Ms. Brittany, for your hard work and ENTHUSIASM!

Counselor of the Week 6

Next Week Highlights

Next week’s theme is Picking Up Steam; Construction Junction! We cannot wait to see what costumes our campers and staff wear on Wacky Wednesday! Our staff are thinking of ideas like engineers, scientist, and any S.T.E.M related costumes.

Also, get excited for our camp-wide Game of Huddles B-I-G BIG Game next Friday!

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Week 5: July 16 - 20

Campers prepare for kayaking on the lake

From the Camp Director

Our Camp Red Feather staff have been so excited with the continued positive attitudes and spirit in week five of camp! It is so crazy that we are already half way through the summer! It has been so wonderful to see relationships growing in huddle groups and see campers so excited to represent their huddle. We have been so proud of all of our campers that continue to learn new things in rank programming and continue to practice living out the four core values of the Y: caring, respect, responsibility, and honesty! We are so grateful for this rich time with our campers and continued fun for the second half of the summer!

Reminders

  • Our staff looks forward to rides-in every morning because we can’t wait to see our campers! Please make sure your camper is ready to get out of the car and start their day at camp when you get in the line for rides-in.
  • Daily, your camper needs a water bottle, a bathing suit & towel, closed toed shoes, a nut-free morning snack and lunch and their camp bead necklace. We also recommend packing an extra pair of clothes.
  • Bobcats and Wolves (our youngest huddles) should bring home their “passport” to do different activities with the families and bring their passport back to camp on Fridays to earn a special family bead. Bears, Eagles, Gators, and Owls should work on their ranks booklets and keep them in their huddle bin daily.

Program Highlight

This week, our campers worked hard on tackling the concept of bullying and how to create inclusive communities, even creating and presenting skits about bullying.  Way to go Eagles!

Campers present their bullying skit.

LIT Highlight

A camper that I would like to highlight this week is Kayla Burrow. Kayla always has a positive attitude and is consistently looking for ways to help out around camp! Her kindness to others and willingness to always be of help made her stand out this week! We are so grateful to have her on our LIT team! Way to go Kayla!

Our Honor Camper and Counselor of the Week

Our Honor Camper of the Week was Ryan! He exhibits the four core values plus camp spirit. Ryan is consistently helping his peers and sings camp songs with his huddle. We are so proud of all of the skills and relationships that he is building.

Our Counselor of the Week was Mr. Anthony. Mr. Anthony is enthusiastic, sings camp songs, and dresses up every Wacky Wednesday to celebrate the theme and his huddle. Mr. Anthony works hard and loves helping at sports, creative arts, and archery.

Next Week Highlights

Next week’s theme is Game of Huddles! We cannot wait to see what costumes our campers and staff wear on Wacky Wednesday! Our staff are thinking of ideas like dragons, John Snow, Khaleesi, and so many more!

Also, get excited for our camp-wide Game of Huddles B-I-G BIG Game next Friday!


Week 4: July 9 - 13

Fun opening circle time at Camp Red Feather

From the Camp Director

This week was filled with a lot ENTHUSIASM with camp songs, huddle spirit, and earning lots of beads! Our campers and counselors have worked hard participating in Ranks Programming including boating, soccer, World Cup Themed Creative Arts, Archery and so much more! We are so proud of our Honor Camper, Joeciyah and our C.O.W, Ms. Maiya along with the other 5 Campers of the Week. We are so excited for our family night this week celebrating next week’s theme of Camp-Con! We hope everyone enjoys the games, food, and family fun!

Reminders

  • Our staff looks forward to rides-in every morning because we can’t wait to see our campers! Please make sure your camper is ready to get out of the car and start their day at camp when you get in the line for rides-in.
  • Daily, your camper needs a water bottle, a bathing suit & towel, closed toed shoes, a nut-free morning snack and lunch and their camp bead necklace. We also recommend packing an extra pair of clothes.
  • Artwork by Camp Red Feather camper

    Bobcats and Wolves (our youngest huddles) should bring home their “passport” to do different activities with the families and bring their passport back to camp on Fridays to earn a special family bead. Bears, Eagles, Gators, and Owls should work on their ranks booklets and keep them in their huddle bin daily.

Program Highlight

This week’s theme was World Cup International Champions! Our campers have had so much fun participating in World Cup themed activities and dressing up on Wednesday! There were so many awesome soccer-player and referee costumes!

LIT Highlight

A camper that I would like to highlight this week is Gabriel Ares. Gabe is a camper that is consistently doing what’s right and is a positive role model for the group. This week, he asked if he could teach a game to his huddle. Beyond taking the initiative, he is a camper that is always level-headed and seemingly excited about his activities during the day. Way to go Gabe!

Our Honor Camper and Counselor of the Week

Our Honor Camper of the Week was Joeciyah! He worked really hard to achieve the goals that he set with his counselors. Not only did he achieve those goals, he represented Respect, Honesty, Caring, and Responsibility.

Our Counselor of the Week was Ms. Maiya. Ms. Maiya took the week by storm by running closing council and singing songs loud and proud! She helped keep ranks programming organized and took every challenge with a smile.

Canoeing at Camp Red Feather

Congratulations to both Joeciyah and Ms. Maiya!

Next Week Highlights

Next week’s theme is Camp-Con! We are so excited for our super hero theme B-I-G BIG Game!

Remember to come in your best super hero costume on Wednesday for our dress up day! We will have our weekly costume contest where we will choose the best super hero costume!


Week 3: July 2- 6

From the Camp Director

Week 3 was loud and proud with our campers singing songs, starting spirit competitions, and learning new swimming skills in swimming lessons. We are so proud of our Honor Camper, Violett, our Counselor of the Week, Ms. Mary, and 5 Campers of the Week (one from each huddle). It is amazing to see our campers build skills and earn their Red Stars for the Rank Board for earning “Rank 1” in five different activities. We would like to shout out Madyson C. and Alexis H. for being the first campers to earn their Red Star at Red Feather!

Parents, please feel free to provide feedback, ask questions, and address any concerns about camp with me! We want every camper to have a fun and have a safe experience here at Red Feather.

Reminders

  • Our staff looks forward to rides-in every morning because we can’t wait to see our campers! Please make sure your camper is ready to get out of the car and start their day at camp when you get in the line for rides-in.
  • Daily, your camper needs a water bottle, a bathing suit & towel, closed toed shoes, a nut-free morning snack and lunch and their camp bead necklace. We also recommend packing an extra pair of clothes.
  • Bobcats and Wolves (our youngest huddles) should bring home their “passport” to do different activities with the families and bring their passport back to camp on Fridays to earn a special family bead. Bears, Eagles, Gators, and Owls should work on their ranks booklets and keep them in their huddle bin daily.

Program Highlight

At opening council, our huddles are accepting challenges to earn points to nominate their counselor for the Friday staff challenge!! This particular challenge is mummifying campers in 60 seconds and the camper that is the most wrapped up, wins!

 LIT Highlight

A camper that I would like to highlight this week is Najila O’Brien. Najila is always engaged in our activities and has a great amount of enthusiasm when with her huddle. I consider Najila one that influences the the mood of the group and she uses that influence to create a positive atmosphere within her huddle. Najila always has a positive attitude and doesn’t mind helping her counselors, leadership staff, or fellow campers with anything that they may need.

 

Our Honor Camper and Counselor of the Week

Our Honor Camper of the Week was Violett Flowers! Violett models respect for her huddle and is always looking for new ways to help her counselor!

Our Counselor of the Week is Ms. Mary! Ms. Mary works with the Bobcats and Wolves and enjoys singing songs and chants with them to get them excited and pumped for the day.

Next Week Highlights

Next week’s theme is the World Cup International Champions! We will be talking about all things soccer, keeping our campers updated on the World Cup and teaching them some new soccer skills no matter what skill level they are currently at!

Our B-I-G BIG Game will be tons of fun as we will be assigning each huddle to a country that is still in the world cup and have a “Camp Cup” of our own!


Week 2: June 25 - 29

Campers canoe on the lake at Camp Red Feather

From the Camp Director

Week 2 was a blast walking around camp like dinosaurs! We roared with camp spirit and growled out chants loud and proud. We feel so proud of our Honor Camper, Counselor of the Week, and 5 Campers of the Week (one from each huddle). It is amazing to see our campers build skills and earn their Red Stars for the Rank Board for earning “Rank 1” in five different activities. Parents, please feel free to provide feedback, ask questions, and address any concerns about camp with me! We want every camper to have a fun and safe camp experience here at Red Feather.

Reminders:

  • Our staff looks forward to rides-in every morning because we can’t wait to see our campers! Please make sure your camper is ready to get out of the car and start their day at camp when you get in the line for rides-in.
  • Daily, your camper needs a water bottle, a bathing suit & towel, closed toed shoes, a nut-free morning snack and lunch and their camp bead necklace. We also recommend packing an extra pair of clothes.
  • Bobcats and Wolves (our youngest huddles) should bring home their “passport” to do different activities with the families and bring their passport back to camp on Fridays to earn a special family bead. Bears, Eagles, Gators, and Owls should work on their ranks booklets and keep them in their huddle bin daily.

Council fun at Camp Red Feather

Program Highlight

Closing council this week has been full of spirit! We have had so much fun awarding campers character beads and recognizing our Honor Camper, Phoenix Ward! Our campers have been enjoying camp activities such as creative arts, boating, and sports!

LIT Highlight

Our teen director, Rashi Branche, would like to recognize Luke Snodderly: “Luke has done great work this week in his huddle. He came up to me at the beginning of the week and told me that he had a game that he thought everyone would enjoy and asked if he could teach the game and lead it during our LIT leadership session. This is the kind of initiative that we like to see out of our LITs as it shows that they are really putting something into the program and trying to help others get things out of it. His bravery to get in front of the group and lead an activity did not go unnoticed by his counselors.”

LITs at Camp Red Feather at the bowling alley

Camper Ranks

Campers are working hard towards their ranks for the first week.

Counselor of the Week presentation to a counselor

“COW” (Counselor of the Week)

Our Honor Camper of the week is Phoenix Ward! Phoenix exhibited huddle leadership, spirit, and a positive attitude last week.

Our Counselor of the Week is Mr. Kam! His enthusiasm, leadership, and hard work creates a fun and safe camp experience for his huddle, the Bobcats.

Next Week Highlights

Next Week’s theme is Holiday Hoopla! We are celebrating all different kinds of holidays like Christmas, Dia De Los Muertos, St. Patrick’s Day, and so much more! Campers and Staff dress up every Wednesday for the classic costume contest at Opening Council to win Spirit Beads.

For next Friday’s B-I-G BIG Game, our activity will be holiday themed celebrating all holidays and cultures.

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Week 1: June 18 - 22

From the Camp Director

We have had an exciting kick-off to week 1. Our campers are building relationships with each other, counselors, and leadership staff. We have had the pleasure of getting to learn all about our campers this week and see their passions grow in Archery, Creative Arts, Sports, Music & Drama, Boating, and Swim lessons. Parents, please feel free to provide feedback, ask questions, and address any concerns about camp with me!

LIT Field Trip to Skateland

Reminders:

  • On Mondays, please expect an additional 10 minutes for rides-in and rides-out as our new campers and parents learn the processes of camp.
  • Please provide a water bottle, bathing suit, towel, and a nut free morning snack and lunch daily.
  • We also would love to remind parents to remind their campers to bring their bead necklaces, rank booklets for our older campers, and “passports” for youngest campers back to camp daily!

Opening circle at Camp Red Feather

Program Highlight

We have had a great first week at Camp Red Feather! We are extremely proud of how spirited our campers have been and have loved getting positive feedback from both campers and parents.One of our biggest highlights of the week has been opening and closing council when our campers have gotten to show us just how spirited they are with huddles chants, spirit competitions, and camp songs.

Phoenix shows off his beads he’s earned by being a caring leader.

LIT Highlight

Phoenix Ward (Pictured above with beads): He has been an exceptionally helpful and caring leader. He is always engaged in activities, he always helps to pump up his huddle and keep them energized and he is always willing to help when something needs to be done. In our experiences with Phoenix so far, we can see that he has true leader qualities that will shine through for the rest of camp.

Camper Ranks

Campers are working hard towards their ranks for the first week.

“COW” (Counselor of the Week)

Each week, a great counselor is deemed the “COW”. We’ll show their picture here!

Costume Contest Winner for Safari week, Xavier!

Costume Contest Winner

Xavier “Into the Woods” Safari Leader is holding our spirit stick and receiving his director bead and two spirit beads.

Next Week Highlights

We are SUPER excited for next week’s theme of Jurassic World! We have had so much fun this week with our Into The Woods Theme, especially on our costume day!

We can’t wait to see what fun costumes kids wear for our dinosaur-themed week next Wednesday!

For next Friday’s B-I-G BIG Game, Amazon is coming to camp to put on a camp-wide carnival!

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