K&E Blog

An exciting announcement about Scott and the American Camp Association

We’ve got some exciting news to share! Camps Kenwood & Evergreen’s Owner/Director Scott Brody was just elected to serve as the Chairman of the Board of the American Camp Association! This is a major honor for Scott, and an opportunity for him to help all of our children to thrive and succeed in a rapidly changing world […]

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Our 18th Annual Senior Camper Winter Weekend Has Begun!

It’s the start of our 18th annual, totally amazing Senior Camper Winter Weekend at our summer camp In NH! At 11am this morning the journey began, and it always feels to me like a trip on the Hogwarts express (minus the owls and chocolate frogs, of course). About 40 Kenwood and Evergreen campers and counselors […]

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Our 18th Annual Senior Camper Winter Weekend Has Begun!

It’s the start of our 18th annual, totally amazing Senior Camper Winter Weekend at our summer camp In NH! At 11am this morning the journey began, and it always feels to me like a trip on the Hogwarts express (minus the owls and chocolate frogs, of course). About 40 Kenwood and Evergreen campers and counselors and I boarded a […]

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Songs that remind you of your best summer camp moments

Throughout the fall and winter months camp alumni regularly reach out via text or email with a similar story: I was somewhere and randomly heard this song that was used for a Color War alma mater and it immediately took me back to a favorite time of my life. And I always know what they mean, having been […]

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Songs that remind you of your best summer camp moments

Throughout the fall and winter months camp alumni regularly reach out via text or email with a similar story: I was somewhere and randomly heard this song that was used for a Color War alma mater and it immediately took me back to a favorite time of my life. And I always know what they […]

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Join us tomorrow in showing the world your Camps K&E spirit!

International Wear Your Summer Camp T-Shirt Day is TOMORROW and we in the Camp Office are really excited. Wouldn’t it be fun to take part in this in a big way?! All around the world, campers, staff, alumni and even parents can participate in this big event to share their K&E spirit! Here’s all you need to do: On […]

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Join us tomorrow in showing the world your Camps K&E spirit!

International Wear Your Summer Camp T-Shirt Day is TOMORROW and we in the Camp Office are really excited. Wouldn’t it be fun to take part in this in a big way?! All around the world, campers, staff, alumni and even parents can participate in this big event to share their K&E spirit! Here’s all you need to do:

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Parenting Resource: Why we need to be patient with school-age kids

Our Camp Office team spends a lot of time reading the latest studies and ideas about child and human development. A few days ago, Scott found this interesting article “Why parents need to be patient with their school-age kids” on BostonGlobe.com. It offers an important reminder of the many pressures and conditions we may unconsciously […]

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Parenting Resource: Why we need to be patient with school-age kids

Our Camp Office team spends a lot of time reading the latest studies and ideas about child and human development. A few days ago, Scott found this interesting article “Why parents need to be patient with their school-age kids” on BostonGlobe.com. It offers an important reminder of the many pressures and conditions we may unconsciously […]

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When Tragedy Strikes: Helping Young People Cope

While events of mass violence have occurred with greater frequency in recent years, we know that the terrible attack against congregants at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburg might resonate differently and feel a bit closer to home for some of our campers and their families. In the past, we have shared resources with […]

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When Tragedy Strikes: Helping Young People Cope

While events of mass violence have occurred with greater frequency in recent years, we know that the terrible attack against congregants at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburg might resonate differently and feel a bit closer to home for some of our campers and their families. 

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