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Camp Receives $150,000 from Moriches Pa-Qua-Tuck Squaws

On January 31, the Rotary Club of The Moriches honored the members of the Moriches Paquatuck Squaws at its annual dinner at Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck's dining hall for their hard work in the raising of funds for Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck throughout the year. The Squaws raised approximately $150,000 for Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck within the last 12 months. | Read More

 

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44th Annual Fuoco Memorial Golf Feastival Raises $110,000 for Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck

The Patchogue Rotary Club presented Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck with a check in the amount of $110,000 at its meeting, which was held on February 5 at That Meetball Place in Patchogue. The money was raised from the 44th annual Fuoco Memorial Golf Feastival, which was held September 19, 2013 at the Bellport Country Club. | Read More

 

Open House Sessions Available For Prospective Campers

Open House Sessions Available For Prospective Campers

Camp-Pa-Qua-Tuck is opening its doors for potential campers and their families by hosting five open house sessions. Parents are encouraged to bring their child so they can experience the camp before signing up for a summer session. | Read More

Below are the open house dates and times:

• March 9, 5 p.m.-8 p.m.
• April 4, 4 p.m.-8 p.m.
• May 17, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

 

Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck Offers Winter and Spring Respite Weekends

Once again, Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck will be offering its winter and spring respite weekends. You can register now for the respite programs. | Read More

The respite weekends are being offered on the below dates:

• February 21 to February 23
• March 7 to March 9
• March 21 to March 23
• April 11 to April 13
• April 25 to April 27
• May 9 to May 11
• May 23 to May 25

 

Summer Session Dates for 2014 Are Set

Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck has released the dates for its annual summer sessions that run from June to August. The camp is offering nine separate five-day sessions that provide activities for special-needs children and young adults. | Read More

• June 22-June 27 — Alumni Week, 18 year-olds and older
• June 29-July 4 — 6-14 year-olds
• July 6-July 11 — 15-21 year-olds plus alumni
• July 13-July 18 — 6-14 year-olds
• July 27-August 1 — 15-21 year-olds plus 18 and older
• August 3-August 8 — 6-14 year-olds
• August 10-August 15 — 15-21 year-olds plus alumni
• August 17-August 22 — 6-14 year-olds
• August 24-August 29 — 15-21 year-olds


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Executive Director's Report



Does anyone else out there feel as if it has been an ice age since we have seen green? We look to the Olympics being held in Sochi, and we almost feel as if we are there. Here at Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck, we have plenty of frozen tundra, icy inclines, many paths and paved areas snuggled so deeply under layers of ice that we hardly recognize the terrain. It is a far cry from the life that abounds here from April through November. Even though it is cold outside, inside we celebrate the warm hearts and lives of the staff and children who visit us each summer. This past weekend, the respite program held two dances instead of the usual Saturday night dance. Too cold and dangerous to venture outdoors, the Valentine's theme permeated the weekend.

This month, we hosted two open houses for new campers to come and learn a bit about the camp. Unfortunately, we may not be giving the camp tours in person as it is under ice right now! Fortunately, a young woman who is a new friend of the camp from an old and well-loved camp family, Katie Fuoco, directed and produced a wonderful video about the camp last year. This is what we can show new families when "Old Man Winter" stops us from giving actual tours.

Not only did Katie spearhead this project of creating a new video for us (check it out on the website!), but her dad, Steve Fuoco, spearheads the Fuoco Memorial Golf Feastival, which has become a huge event for the camp. Both Katie and her dad have proven to many that they truly care about the future of this camp through the enormous work that they each put into these projects. I am sure that the rest of the Fuoco family was involved in these endeavors as well.

So, as you cozy up to a roaring fire, and watch the Olympics continue and conclude uneventfully (we hope and pray), please think spring and warmth! At the risk of sounding redundant, come see us this spring. Think about taking a drive out to one of the open house dates; spread the word about who we are and what we do. To all of our Rotary friends and family who have a "special someone," please bring your special someone out to meet us. We exist for "special someones" and it does not even have to be Valentine's Day!

Till next time,

Yours in Camping!

Bridget Costello
Executive Director

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Center Moriches, NY 11934-1708
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