It’s More Than Just Words On A Shirt

It’s the first day of camp: SUVs and minivans are pulling onto the grounds, and parents are hastily unloading children and luggage. While some campers are excited to return and visit with old pals, others are more hesitant about spending an entire week, or more, away from the comforts of home and familiar faces. This extended time with “strangers” can be scary for a child–especially a first-year camper. As a camp director, counselor, or staff member, you know this often …


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