30 Jul Second Session Fun

Campers at S4B and S4G have settled into an action-packed groove during Second Session! The girls continued their exciting Orange and Blue competition and took a special Three Hour Tour at the Waterfront after building rafts. Some of the Boys Camp visited nearby Creek Bend for Miniature Golf and went fishing, while campers of all ages competed in Orange and Blue games on the fields and courts.

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26 Jul S4G Hosts Second Session Olympics

To complement the Fourth of the July Field Days hosted by S4B during First Session, the Girls Camp welcomed the boys down the hill for Second Session Olympics on Thursday, July 26th.

Campers of both Camps were assigned countries by cabin and participated in a number of events around the Girls facilities.

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24 Jul More from Second Session

Both the action and the fun continued as the first week of Second Session of 2013 moved along. The Men of Susquehannock received instruction in a wide array of sports on the fields and courts, while the ladies from S4G were treated to special Lacrosse clinics led by Kim Richter of FILIA Sports and an evening on the Climbing Tower.

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22 Jul First Week of Second Session

After an exciting Opening Day, both Camps spent the first few days of Second Session playing the World Games. In order to create balanced teams for the on-going Orange and Blue competition, campers are evaluated during these Games.

Creativity and sportsmanship were on full display during the World Games Team Cheer Competition at S4G. Up the hill, the boys began receiving expert instruction on the fields and courts during Team Clinics.

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19 Jul The Opening of Second Session

After a memorable First Session and brief yet fun Midseason (photos forthcoming), the staff prepared for a large batch of new arrivals on July 18th.

The late morning and afternoon was spent checking in with the Main Office and Infirmary and moving into cabins. Many people shared the observation that they never had seen so many cars at once on the hilltop!

Co-Site Directors Win and Cannie Shafer officially kicked off Second Session during an evening meeting in the Main Lodge at the Boys Camp. The S4B and S4G staff members introduced themselves and helped go over important details about Camp life. The respective Camps then separated for their own opening day festivities and the fun started!

On Monday evening, the girls of Susquehannock took part in Cabin Skits which is always a memorable ice breaker activity at the beginning of the session!

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17 Jul First Session Recap

A treasure trove of highlights from First Session including: Clinics, a trip to a Binghamton Mets baseball game, S4G Cabin Skit Night, the Organic Garden, S4B Regatta, S4G Twin Day and S4B Gigantusball. Check back as this Set will updated frequently with more photos as they become available.

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15 Jul 2013 First Session Awards

Susquehannock for Girls

Blue defeats Orange 22-15

Sportsmanship Award: Jenna Weyant*

Spirit Award: Jenna Weyant*

*only second girl ever to sweep both awards

Golden Broom: Peek Inn


Susquehannock for Boys

Blue defeats Orange 325-245

Sportsmanship Award: David Barr

Offensive Player: Spencer DeRoos

Defensive Player: Spencer DeRoos

Cabin Inspection: The Annex

15 Jul First Session Horse Show

The riders from both Camps participated in the First Session Horse Show on Sunday, July 14th. Guided by the expert instruction of program director Carroll Bedford and the Riding staff, these campers demonstrated their remarkable abilities!

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11 Jul Trips, Trips, Trips

Campers of various age levels visited Chocolates by Leopold in Montrose, PA, Salt Springs State Park AND took a Canoe Trip down the Delaware River.

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Our intrepid videographer Paul Moeller chronicled a portion of the Canoe Trip: