The Ultimate Survivor

Traditional Programs “It’s time to vote,” “You’re fired!” “Will you accept this rose?” are phrases that have become a big part of our recent television and pop culture. How do camps turn these themes into programming that helps us to bridge children from the television and into the natural, magical world of camp? I like to think it is by taking TV shows, movies and popular fads and re-constructing them to represent the values and good choices we want kids …

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