|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on February 16, 2011 at 8:00 AM|
For the first time, my husband and I were able to attend the day camp open house. It was a long ride for us, but so worth it. What a fabulous camp! We didn't know what to expect, but were awestruck by the magnificent lake, fun activities, and adorable counselors. All I could think of was what wonderful childhood memories these kids are going to have. If you decide to offer camp for the whole summer, please count Basia in. She loves your camp and now we know why!
We very much appreciate what you are doing for these kids.
Sue & Bradd Martone
My son Lucas really enjoyed his camp experience as I did my time today. I was impressed with all the counselors and Lucas really seemed to like Sawyer, Greg & Brady. Please pass on my appreciation to them! Thanks, Lisa
Just wanted to thank you again for accommodating Josh and getting him into the third week at camp. This year was his first coming to your camp and he enjoyed it so much! He is talking about wanting to go 4 weeks next year and being a counselor when he is old enough. He talked so much about his counselors and I thought I would mention some of their names to you. He talked so much about Tim, Matt,and Joey. He thought of all three of them as friends and said he will miss them. Thanks again for the wonderful camping experience you provide. I'm so happy that Josh enjoyed the two weeks so very much.
I know Tim was an employee this year. However, as a parent I just wanted to thank you for making his experience at camp so wonderful! You would never hear this from a 15-year-old boy, but he had to tell me all about each day on the ride home. He loved his campers (said they were cooler than any other group) and was truly touched with the little cards they made for him - each destined for his scrapbook when Mom gets time. And he really enjoyed the staff and talked about them all. (I think he loved being the purple feather monkey, too!) By far, the highlight was capsizing the canoe in the middle of the lake!
And thank you again.