The Real Value of Camp

In creating an inaugural post for the Week-Ender blog, I struggled to come up with something relevant and interesting. I started a number of blog posts and came up with nothing that really resonated with the essence of camp I want to capture for everyone to read. Not until a Facebook request from a former camper and current counselor popped up today did I have an idea of where to go. Anyone who has spent time with a camp can …

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One comment on “The Real Value of Camp

  1. Camper's Mom on said:

    Oh Beth – we’ve been adding up our available family funds for the summer, trying to decide who could attend which activities without us going broke. And we’d decided our son, who is graduating from high school, would not be able to attend his 8th year of summer camp due to the increased cost and his need to work and save money for college. But now that I’ve read your article, I’m going to have to rethink the budget.
    Thanks!

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