Building A Camp That Builds Friendships

We spend way too much time keeping campers busy in activities. Not that having new stuff every year isn’t valuable, or making camp “fun” isn’t a worthy goal. But, by themselves neither will bring your campers back. “Fun,” as it turns out, is a commodity like milk. Kids can get it from a lot of different places and one “fun” can be pretty much like another. “Blasphemy!” you say. “Our evaluation forms all say kids love the fun at our …


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