Empowering Camp

Posted by Nick Ressler, Executive Director on

I began attending summer camps at the age of 8. I was one of those lucky kids whose parents valued camp (or at least getting their energetic son out of the house for a week) enough to send me to Bible Camp and to Boy Scout Camp until I graduated high school. I was lucky enough to become a...

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Tags: aca, boy scouts, care, children, donate, golf, golf outing, npr, scholarship, summer camp, underprivileged

The Value of Away

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In the next few weeks I will be adding a series of blog entries that describe what it is about a summer camp experience at Kenbrook that has the power to change a life.  In my experience as a camp director, I have had the privilege of seeing thousands of lives changed by a summer...

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Tags: summer camp, nature, outdoors

This summer was...

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This summer was _____. When I think about all that happend this summer there's not just one single word that describes it all, so I'll try to break it down into just a few. Fun:  We had fun.  We sang porch songs! We helped a granny find her candies.  We flung eggs and...

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Tags: summer camp, 2012, fun, safe, awesome

What Parents Say About Camp

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As the weather gets warmer thoughts begin to turn to summer.  Many parents are looking ahead to busy summer schedules and trying to decide how everything will fit. For some, summer camp at Kenbrook is already part of that schedule. For others, summer camp is just...

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Tags: summer camp, why summer camp


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