04 Jun

#tbt to our 100th Anniversary summer in 2005: Nobodys Inn – 2nd Half

#S4G2005
#TagsNeeded

04 Jun

Thursday’s #WordsofWisdom

#tyrabanks

03 Jun

#WorkWeek Wednesday – volunteers needed!

Is this #regram a lazy excuse to recycle an old joke from last year? Perhaps.
#sustainability

However, depending on when you’re seeing this it could also already be #tbt…
#WordsofWisdom #MoveEmOut

03 Jun

A very Happy Birthday to #S4G’s @delgrhe!

#SkipAroundtheRoom

03 Jun

Wednesday’s #WordsofWisdom

#bryancranston

02 Jun

“The nice thing about teamwork is that you always have others on your side.” -Margaret Carty

#TeamTuesday

16 Aug 2014 Second Session Awards

Susquehannock for Girls
BLUE defeats ORANGE
Sportsmanship Award: Jodi Credit
Spirit Award: Chloe Korzekwa
Counselor Award: Lanelle Quzack
Golden Broom: Aspir Inn

Susquehannock for Boys
ORANGE defeats BLUE
Sportsmanship Award: Brandon Shafer
Offensive Player: Carter Crutchfield
Defensive Player: Sahmier Smith
Cabin Inspection: The Lodge

15 Aug A Night of Suspense and Mystery!

There was a palpable buzz around campus in preparation for the Mystery Co-Ed Activity on Saturday, August 9th. Campers and staff were given characters to portray during an evening of intrigue and suspense, so a lot of time was spent preparing these elaborate costumes.

Teams collected evidence and used their powers of deductions to solve the case as the plot twisted and turned over the course of the evening.

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11 Aug Super Mongo Goofy Monster Relays

On Saturday, August 9th campers from S4B and S4G gathered for latest incarnation of the legendary Camp competition: the Super Mongo Goofy Monster Relays. All-ages and co-ed teams competed in a variety of cooperative games around the campus. Events included Table Setting, Frisbee Relay, Scooter Obstacle Course among others and the results counted towards both Camps’ respective Orange and Blue Competitions!

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09 Aug Only a Few Days to Go…

As the last full weekend of the summer approached, the ladies of S4G coordinated outfits for the always-popular Twin Day and built lake-faring vessels from scratch during a fun event called A Three Hour Tour (a threeeeee hour touuuuuur…).

The boys continued to receive expert instruction in a variety of sports during Clinics, as they hone their skills for the Orange and Blue competition in the afternoon and evenings.

The Juniors of both Camps took a hayride on Friday, August 8 to nearby Salt Springs State Park for an afternoon of hiking through the falls and a cook-out.

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