Plugging In To Camp

I’m a believer in social media and technological advances designed to make communication easier. As a writer, I appreciate the ease of searching for experts to contact when I need factual verification for my articles. As a teacher, I love how well-made, engaging websites bring content to life for my students. As a mom, wife, daughter and friend, keeping in touch with the people in my life (sometimes, whether I want to or not) has become as simple as a …


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4 comments on “Plugging In To Camp

  1. Glenda K on said:

    Here! Here!

  2. Woodelf on said:


  3. We have a strict “no cell phone” policy at camp. This is definitely a challenge, especially since our camp is combination day and overnight camp and our parents demand they be able to be in touch with their children at all times. We can’t control if a camper brings their cell phone to camp and keeps it in their bag, but we can control if we see it out and being used – we take it, return it to the camper at the end of the day with a warning, and if we see it again, keep it at the camp office for the parent to pick up. It’s in our contract that campers and parents sign, so there is no argument.

  4. Henry Hawver on said:

    I fully agree with making camp a tech free zone. The whole purpose of pulling away from the world’s distractions in order to hear God speak precludes all the tech stuff. You’re not old school, you’re don’t shut God out school. Thanks.

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