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Month: May 2015

10 Ways To Stay Connected While Your Camper Is Away

10 Ways To Stay Connected While Your Camper Is Away

Being a temporary empty nester can be hard. Here’s ten ways to feel connected while your camper is gallivanting at camp! Facebook– Like Camp Lonehollow on Facebook for daily camp happenings, reminders about Opening and Closing Days, and easy links to need-to-know information! Twitter– Follow @lonehollow on Twitter for real-time news from camp! Instagram– Follow @lonehollow on Instagram for fun photos and videos from camp events and daily life! Periscope– Linked with Twitter, Periscope allows us to live video broadcast!…

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10 Ways To Ensure You Won’t Pull Your Hair Out While Packing For Camp

10 Ways To Ensure You Won’t Pull Your Hair Out While Packing For Camp

Packing can be a stressful event. Never fear, we’re here to make sure your camper gets packed and you keep all of your hair! Label EVERYTHING! From towels to toiletries and down to the very last sock, if your camper brings it to camp, it should have his/her name on it. Clothes, shoes and gear can get jumbled together in the cabin or on the clothes line and we want to make sure your camper comes home with exactly what…

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2014 Wasn’t An Illusion

2014 Wasn’t An Illusion

2014 wasn’t an illusion, it really was that great! History was made, traditions were born and fun was definitely had by all! Did You Know…? The Mountaineer celebrated the first Crew Banner win in 2A. Then, they swept Second Term by winning the 2B Crew Banner! We unveiled our one-week Sprocket program which runs concurrently with some of our two and four week programs! First and Second Term campers shared in the heart racing, adrenaline pumping, all out sprint across the…

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To Snooze or Not To Snooze? That’s The Real Question.

To Snooze or Not To Snooze? That’s The Real Question.

Snooze or get up? Which shirt? Which pants? Sandals or sneakers? Cereal or bagel? There are a hundred decisions to make before heading out the door in the morning and thousands more down the road ahead. (If anyone says they’ve never struggled over the “What’s for dinner?” decision, they’re lying!) Research shows that young people who learn to make good decisions and plan ahead do better in school, are less likely to engage in drinking, smoking or using other drugs,…

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