YMCA Selects CampDoc.com as Preferred Vendor

Ann Arbor, MI–CampDoc.com, the leading electronic health record system for camps, and YMCA of the USA, have teamed up to help Y camps improve health and safety for their campers and staff. CampDoc.com allows camp nurses to instantly access vital camper and staff medical information, including allergies, medications, and immunization records, as well as track illness and injury in an electronic health log. As part of their commitment to youth development, there are a diverse group of overnight, day and specialty … Continue reading

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Autumn: A Time for Reflection

Fall is the perfect time to reflect.
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Now that the days are growing shorter, another camping season is drawing to a close. Whether your camping sessions are finished, slowing down or on a hiatus until the winter or spring, autumn is a prime opportunity to slow down, reflect and refocus while memories and evaluations are somewhat fresh in your mind. Here are 21 contemplative questions to consider when your schedule allows a moment’s pause to go over where you’ve been in anticipation of where you’ll be going … Continue reading

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Fee-Free Day Sept. 27

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Forest Service is offering a fee-free day on Sept. 27, 2014 in conjunction with the 21st annual National Public Lands Day (NPLD), the Nation’s largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands projects that ensure sustainable ecosystems and promote vibrant communities. “On National Public Lands Day, we welcome you to join trail maintenance projects, campouts, shoreline cleanups and much more,” said U.S. Forest Chief Tom Tidwell. “Volunteering on a project on this special day will provide a … Continue reading

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My Three Favorite Things to Do with a 3×5 Index Card

The ever-versatile Index Card. Used wisely, it can build a sense of belonging, cure homesickness, and keep you grounded. Who knew?
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This time of year, I use a lot of 3×5 index cards to prop up the legs on LCD projectors. In the past, I’ve used them to shim stair treads, prop doors open, jot to-do lists and outline articles. The humble cardstock rectangle can also serve some powerful educational functions, three of which I’d like to share with you in today’s Week-Ender. #1 The Bunk Nametag The infamous Name Game has many variations, all designed to increase familiarity among campers … Continue reading

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Clearing The Lawn Of Leaves

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WACO, Texas – The seasons are changing, and with fall comes leaves – often lots of them. Keeping a lawn leaf-free can be a daunting task for some homeowners. There are multiple ways to get rid of accumulating leaves, whether homeowners are disposing of them or recycling them. The Grounds Guys offers a few tips for keeping leaves under control this fall. When disposing of leaves: Mow them up Attach a bag to your lawn mower and mow over the leaves … Continue reading

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Building youth and families on the firm foundation of Christ Jesus by offering innovative, inspiring, and quality programs in a safe and fun environment. PVM is located in southwest Ohio and offers unique camp programs such as Nascamp, Paintball Camps, [...] More