Fight For The Right To Camp

Editor’s Note  This year we thought we’d shake things up and let a “Guest Editor” take a whack at programming an issue of their choice—from their perspective. This issue, Rick Braschler of Kanakuk Kamps reminisces about the “old days” in the industry and provides an aquatic programming idea that is sure to be a hit at any camp. Next month, Todd Lennig of YMCA Camp Timbers in West Branch, Mich., takes a look at waterfront programming and shares his knowledge …


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One comment on “Fight For The Right To Camp

  1. Lorie Latimer on said:

    Great article Rick. I just want to say what a pleasure it has been working with you all these years. You are truly a great guy. You are a asset for the kids at camp.

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