K&E Blog

Greetings from Montreal, Canada!

Our campers have been on some exciting trips this week. Currently, the Evergreen 2nd Year Seniors are white water canoeing on the Androscogin River, and yesterday Scott took boys of the same age group to Maine for a day of surfing and eating lobster. In the lead up to Hollowpallooza our Athletic Directors Jacki and […]

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Greetings from Montreal, Canada!

Our campers have been on some exciting trips this week. Currently, the Evergreen 2nd Year Seniors are white water canoeing on the Androscogin River, and yesterday Scott took boys of the same age group to Maine for a day of surfing and eating lobster. In the lead up to Hollowpallooza our Athletic Directors Jacki and […]

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A Carnival to end an incredible weekend of Camp fun

For a lot of our campers and counselors the 6th weekend of the summer is best weekend of the entire year. It started Friday night with the arrival of last summer’s graduates and our drive-in movie. On Saturday it included our annual music festival Hollowpallooza, and was capped off on Sunday with our Carnival celebration. […]

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A Carnival to end an incredible weekend of Camp fun

For a lot of our campers and counselors the 6th weekend of the summer is best weekend of the entire year. It started Friday night with the arrival of last summer’s graduates and our drive-in movie. On Saturday it included our annual music festival Hollowpallooza, and was capped off on Sunday with our Carnival celebration. […]

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Our Overnight Camp’s Amazing Annual Music Festival

Our overnight camp has some pretty amazing traditions — our Big and Little Siblings program, solemn ceremonial campfires, Jell-O Wrestling, our incredible Color War breakouts. They’re all pretty special and important. At the top of the list of the most beloved, and most fun, has to be Hollowpallooza, our annual music festival. Always on the 5th Saturday […]

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A night of celebrating an important Camp friend

Thursday night was our 5th Anything Can Happen Thursday of the summer, and we decided to pull out all the stops. When we were all gathered at Assembly I announced that it was going to be a very special evening. It was going to be Jacki Mitchell’s Bat Mitzvah! Jacki is one of our Athletic […]

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A night of celebrating an important Camp friend

Thursday night was our 5th Anything Can Happen Thursday of the summer, and we decided to pull out all the stops. When we were all gathered at Assembly I announced that it was going to be a very special evening. It was going to be Jacki Mitchell’s Bat Mitzvah! 

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Living #10for2, even as a camp parent

This morning I was made aware of an interesting piece on Kveller.com titled “When Your Kids Are At Camp, Do This If You Can“. It was written by Diana Zicklin Berrent, one of our long-time K&E camp parents. Diana is a professional photographer and an avid traveler, and as she writes: This is the second […]

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Living #10for2, even as a camp parent

This morning I was made aware of an interesting piece on Kveller.com titled “When Your Kids Are At Camp, Do This If You Can“. It was written by Diana Zicklin Berrent, one of our long-time K&E camp parents. Diana is a professional photographer and an avid traveler, and as she writes: 

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Saying thank you to some of those who help our summer camp community

At breakfast assembly we celebrated an important K&E tradition. We asked every camper who had recommended our overnight camp to a friend or relative for this summer to step forward and be thanked by the community. After everyone cheered we presented them with a much coveted super soft K&E sweatshirt blanket. 

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A beautiful day at our overnight camp in NH

Today may have been the prettiest weather day of the entire summer. From noon until sunset the temperature was in the mid 80’s with low humidity, very few clouds in the sky, and a light breeze coming off of the lake. It was a spectacular day to be doing fun activities with camp friends. 

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A Lip Sync Night no camper or counselor will soon forget

There are certain moments here that help define a summer. They’re moments involving most or all of the community, and make such an indelible impression that people talk about them years or even decades later. Often it’s a funny skit during the Opening Counselor Show, a buzzer beater shot during Color War, or a band’s […]

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