Since March 2020 it has been difficult, frustrating, and exhausting. However, there is something life-giving about planning our summer camp program and respite camp programs.
For me, as we prepare to send our message out in hopefulness for the 2021 summer season, it reminds me why we do this work. While it still feels uncertain and scary at times, the staff, campers, parents, board and community continue to give me the strength and the wisdom to endure, finding the messages that need to be delivered so we can gather around the campfire and be together once again.
We know camp is a catalyst for change which is why we haven’t stopped working on finding ways to help you and your families.
Summer 2021 likely won’t be exactly like summer 2019, but we will be closer. The steps that we are taking to bring us nearer to gathering once again at camp feel like acts of hope. I think we can all agree that our campers belong here and it’s a safe space for them.
We hope you come and join us for our summer day camp programming. We have implemented best practices according to the CDC, Department of Health, American Camp Association and our insurance company.
We’re posting more information as we go along and welcome any feedback that you may have.
Please stay safe, wear a mask and we’ll see you again soon! Thank you for inspiring us and giving us the hope we need to continue to serve our mission of having a camp for everyone.