K&E Blog

Do you do anything to celebrate the 4th of July at your Camp?

When I’m visiting a future camper in his or her home one of the questions they almost always ask is “do you guys do anything fun for the 4th of July?” After I finish describing what we do to celebrate the holiday most simply respond with one word: Wow. Today was absolutely a “wow” kind of […]

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A Video Wrap Up of Week #2 of the Summer of 2017

What a second week of the summer! Special events like Gold Rush and Ultimate Capture the Flag, day trips, sports tournaments, mountain climbs, leaps off of waterfalls, Nancy Tucker, Fireworks, and the rest of our incredible 4th of July traditions. Watch so many of the best moments of this past week!

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4th of July Traditions and Rituals at Our Summer Camp in NH

Today was the 4th of July which meant it was a day of some of our favorite traditions and rituals. Lots of campers and counselors arrived at morning assembly wearing their most patriotic gear. After singing happy birthday to our friend Maddy, we raised the flag and said the Pledge of Allegiance. 

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News about so many of our student leaders and their charitable efforts

We spend a lot of time at our brother-sister summer camp in New Hampshire talking about how to make the world a better place. We teach our campers not only how to be more empathetic, but also the art of conflict resolution and compromise. It results in charitable efforts like the bake sale that our 8 and […]

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Celebrating the 4th of July and supporting kids in need

Yesterday was the end of an amazing first week at our overnight camp…so today we began the start of our fabulous second week of the summer of 2015! This morning we all slept a little later than usual. Because it was the 4th of July, many campers and counselors came to morning assembly decked out in combinations […]

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4th of July at Camp

The 4th of July is a huge event at Camps Kenwood & Evergreen, and this year was no exception. With all of our big plans we woke up with a bit of surprise: our entire town had no power! Thankfully, we really like to be prepared for anything that might happen, so a few years […]

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