From Pop Culture To Camp Culture

Where else but at camp can one dress up as a favorite character and become part of an amazing event or story in a caring and safe environment? These types of activities and the use of one’s imagination are important parts of childhood, critical to development, which may often become lost in the hustle of modern times. The contemporary world is immersed in screens of all types: iPods, laptops, tablets, computers, TVs, phones, and even cinema. One bonus of attending …


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One comment on “From Pop Culture To Camp Culture

  1. Jeanie Styer Simon on said:

    What a great article! So nice to know my 12 year old Rachel has been able to experience the same things I did as a camper from 1944 to 1950. Learning to Live together and the magic and spirit of Camp Nicolet will be in my heart forever. I can still have tears watching the big N burn in the last pictures of camp of 2013. How lucky we were all to be part of this.

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