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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02 Jul Super Mongo Goofy Relays

On Saturday, June 29th members of S4B and S4G  gathered for the first all-Camp activity of the summer: the Super Mongo Goofy Relays. The event coordinators created teams by age and cabin assignment that visited different stations of team-building challenges around the Boys Camp. Events included Table Setting, Frisbee Relay, Scooter Obstacle Course and many others. The Super Mongo Goofy Relay results counted towards each Camp’s respective Orange and Blue Competition, which made the Relays even more exciting!

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08 Aug Highlights from the Last Week of Camp

The Boys and Girls gathered for two all-Camp events during the last week of our 2012 Session: the Super Mongo Goofy Monster Relays on Monday and Counselor Skit Night on Tuesday. Campers also spent some time during down time on Sunday creating a Susquehannock version of Nepalese prayer flags which were hung at the Cubberley Grove chapel site near the Waterfront.

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19 Jul Super Mongo Goofy Relays

Camp legend Dave Reeve created the Super Mongo Goofy Relays years ago and it has continued to be one of the most popular special events at Camp.  Teams rotate through stations, completing various tasks from setting a dining hall table, to kicking and catching three balls at a certain distance, to singing a song while the entire team stands upon a single milk crate.

Also included in the above gallery are some photos from Saturday evenings co-ed activity, where all costumes had to be related to the letter P.