For the second straight year, a group of counselors gathered at Camp over New Years for a few days of ice hockey on Tripp Lake. What does Camp look like during the winter? Click on the following slideshow for a glimpse!
And if that wasn’t enough, here’s three videos taken by Paul Moeller:
Coming close on the heels of New Year celebrations, the annual Camp Winter Reunion always is a great way to spend a winter’s day. This year we gathered on Sunday, January 9th for a few hours of good friends and (hopefully) good bowling.
Thanks to Mary Powell for the photos!
Happy holidays! We sincerely hope that your holiday season is peaceful and enjoyable in every way.
In recent years foot traffic at camp fairs has steadily declined, since families prefer to do their summer camp research online. Therefore we have decided to reduce our camp fair appearances in favor of planning more intimate events for interested families.
We are asking for your help in setting up these Camp Open House gatherings. We have found that attendance is directly related to family-to-family invitations, as opposed to invitations sent by a Camp representative. It also may be helpful to plan an event with a group of other Camp families that live near you and pool resources.
No matter where your home is located, we will make sure that staff and materials are available at any such event, coast-to-coast. I personally am willing to travel anywhere if it’s a good chance to spread the word about Susquehannock.
We’ve already had one Open House thus far this off-season and this was a rousing success. The best part is that the host family wasn’t even a current Susquehannock family. They had made the decision to send their children in 2011 and invited a dozen or so of their friends with children over to their home. We played the award-winning Camp video, did a short Q&A session, handed out brochures and that concluded the event. All in all, we gained four new campers from this hour-long gathering. We know you already love Susquehannock, so imagine how successful an Open House Event could be at your home.
These Open House events are crucial in helping Susquehannock to successfully market itself in the off-season. I am available to discuss and help out in any way that I can, so please feel free to contact me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (518) 424-5701.
Our Susquehannock families are the best advocates that we have, let’s really increase our efforts to spread the word this off-season!
Representatives from Boy Scout Troop 50 enjoyed a rare off-season Overnight at the Ant Hill campsite over the weekend of September 10-12, 2010. The boys reported back that they had a blast!
Over the weekend they were able to rebuild two fire pits and clean up the Ant Hill and then did the same over at the Quarry campsite.
Thanks so much to these Boy Scouts for their help this off-season!
Don’t miss out on the valuable savings from enrolling early – Early Bird PLUS applicants save an average of $500. off of regular tuition. All you need to do is submit a deposit for $1,000 per camper to lock in the Early Bird PLUS rates. Send in an application or pay via credit card over the phone: (866) 482-2977 (toll-free).
Please contact Josh with any questions: email@example.com or (518) 424-5701.
Almost 50 people gathered at TK and Maude Kent’s home for an afternoon of revisiting with Camp friends, BBQing and football game viewing (or playing!). Unfortunately the Eagles ended up losing their game against the Tennessee Titans, but we all still had a great time and can’t wait for the winter reunion in a few months!
Thanks again to TK and Maude for generously hosting this amazing event!