Making Tradition Last

Tradition is an important part of the camp experience. These long-standing legacies are what define a camp’s character and its story. These perennial practices are what campers think about while they are day dreaming in school all winter long and what they look forward to every spring. Staff members discuss these curious customs whenever they reminisce with their peers, both those who work as counselors and those who do not. Traditions are those hand-me-down days, programs, songs, displays and activities …


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