We are extremely fortunate to welcome back Jamie Zimron to Susquehannock. Jamie is an accomplished LPGA pro, Fifth Degree Black Belt in Aikido, sports psychologist and noted peace activist. She utilized her diverse talents by offering Golf, Power Yoga and Aikido clinics to both Camps.
Contained in the slideshow: Opening Day, pick-up games, first night meeting, Counselor Skits and Dodgeball, World Games, Team Cheer Competition, the beginning of clinics and Orange and Blue competition, Climbing Tower, a trip to Creek Bend for miniature golf, cabin skits and a Disney-themed co-ed activity.
Kluster Fluster Kaiser Ball
(a Garner Kaiser/John Lloyd Creation)
-4 Soccer balls: Soccer rules apply, 1 point each, scored in Soccer net
-2 “Playground” balls: Ultimate Frisbee rules apply, 5 points each, scored by striking Goalie
-2 Gator Skin balls: Soccer rules apply, 2 points each, scored in Soccer net
-1 Football: Angleball rules apply, 3 or 6 points each, scored on Angleball cone or in Soccer net
-1 Tennis ball: Soccer rules apply, 10 points each, scored in Soccer net
-2 Goalies per net, no Junior campers or counselors, 1 girl and 1 boy
-No one is allowed in the crease other than Goalies
-Goalies may not stand directly in front of Angleball cone
-After goal is scored, the defense takes control of the ball
Camp Susquehannock is proud to use “flushless” toilets in both Boys and Girls Camps. As environmental awareness continues to grow, we researched the benefits of flushless versus standard toilets.
Club Water Saving Facts
Here’s a massive slideshow chronicling the better half of the last week of our First Session. Highlights include: a visit to Chocolates by Leopold, the creation of Birdhouses, Orange and Blue Awards and Banquets, the opening of the Art Gallery, the Horse Show, a trip to a Binghamton Mets baseball game, Regattas and Skit Night.
The long-lost third video from the 2010 First Session Canoe Trip trilogy is now available here in the original post.
This thrilling video chronicles Ben and Paul paddling through the raging rapids of Mongaup on the Delaware River.