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YMCA CAMP INGERS
LEADERSHIP STAFF
The Leadership Team at Ingersoll is comprised of dedicated professionals who believe in the life- changing opportunities camp provides. Empowering campers and guiding their development is not just a summer job, but a mission we live every day.
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FOR MORE INFO, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT CAMPINGERSOLL.ORG
 YMCA Camp Ingersoll isn’t just another camp. You have read about ou of camp offerings, but many campers believe the unique e
Specialty Areas are directed by trained and/or certified leaders who design their programs to teach skills, provide uniqu Archery are open during the first three family nights which all families, regardless of camp registration, are invited to att
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At Archery we emphasize the importance of safe- ty, patience, and body control. Campers learn the proper stance, grip, draw and release to celebrate the success of hitting a bullseye. As campers improve, we adapt the environment to create new challenges and learn more advanced skills.
ARCHERY
SWIMMING
Our swimming area is broken up into three zones based on ability. Campers are tested by a life- guard on the 1st day of every session to ensure appropriate placement in swim lesson and free swim. Swimmers become more confident with les- sons in the morning and free swim in the after- noon. Job’s Pond is the perfect place for campers to cool off, improve their skills, and have fun!
BOATING
Kayaks, paddleboards, and canoes pro- vide a variety of learning opportunities at Boating. Fitting a life jacket, holding the paddles, and navigating are just a few of the skills your campers will learn from boating on Job’s Pond.
Ben Silliman
CAMP DIRECTOR
• 19th year at Camp
• Camp is the best family a person can ask for.
We support, care for,
challenge and learn from each other. The diversity, inclusion and playfulness of camp provide growth opportunities for all.
bsilliman@midymca.org
Matt Brown
COUNSELOR IN TRAINING (CIT) DIRECTOR
• 12th year at Camp
• Camp provides an outdoor learning environment where
campers have a safe place to have new experiences and learn with positive adult role models.
CIT@midymca.org
Taylor Savage
YOUNGERS, MIDDLES & OLDERS CAMP COORDINATOR
ASSISTANT CAMP DIRECTOR & SPECIALTY CAMP COORDINATOR
• 17th year at Camp
• Camp is an enriching experience; a
• 5th year at Camp
place where we challenge, and learn about, ourselves and others
on a daily basis.
• Camp provides children the opportunity to experience success in
ways that are not attainable in a school setting by challenging them to try new things, learn new skills, and meet new friends.
tsavage@midymca.org
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