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One Chapter Closes… Another One Opens!!!

Blog Photo 1 What an amazing First Session we had at Laurel South!!! We had such a great time making friends and creating memories that will last a lifetime. The session officially ended on Monday with an incredible Departure Day. We so loved meeting the families of our wonderful campers. We want to thank our awesome campers for sharing their summer with us, and we want to thank all the parents who put their faith in us to look after their children. We fully recognize the leap of faith you take and the great responsibility we have every summer.

The staff is on a well deserved day-off today to recharge their batteries and prepare for our Second Session Arrival Day on Thursday! We’re so excited to greet our new and returning campers at their summer home in Maine!

Camp is quiet today, but the anticipation is building for another awesome summer in Maine. We can hardly wait for Thursday… See you soon!!Blog Photo 2

And So It Begins…

Unknown-1While memories of camp seasons gone by warm our hearts during the winter months, there’s nothing like the anticipation spring brings for another awesome summer in Casco. After weeks with our amazing Pre-Camp Crew and a week of Staff Orientation with our incredible  counselors, nothing beats the excitement of Camper Arrival Day when we all meet at All Camp Cove and hear Roger say those words we’ve been longing to hear, “Good Evening Laurel South!!”

Yesterday was a time for rekindling old friendships and forging new ones, high-fiving our counselors and introducing ourselves to new staff members.  We had our traditional Opening Night Cook Out before each campus broke off for their Evening Programs. Once back in the cabin, the campers and counselors became better acquainted and began building the cabin family dynamic.

UnknownToday is Moose Stomp: a combination of administrative tasks (Health Checks, Picture Taking, Theater Auditions, etc.) along with fun Laurel South favorites (S’mores at the Outpost, Bumper Tubing on Crescent Lake, Snow Cones at Downeast, etc.)  By this time tomorrow, camp will be in full swing with programming, boats and skiers out on the lake, cheers from the Ballfields and creativity expressed in the Arts.

We say at camp the days are long because of all the fun we have, and the weeks are short because of how quickly it flies by.  But one thing is for certain, we never take for granted the fun times we have, the memories we make or the understanding of how lucky we are to be here with each other!

What a beautiful day in the state of Maine!!!

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