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 intentional programing, staff of professional role models and variety periences at our specialty areas set Camp Ingersoll apart!
opportunities, and challenge campers to find success in new experiences. The Challenge Course, Swimming, Boating and end. Experience the challenges, success, and camp excitement as a family!
I LOVE THIS CAMP AND WHAT MY SONS HAVE LEARNED AND EXPERIENCED AT CAMP. THE BOYS ALL LOVE COMING TO CAMP AND LOOK FORWARD TO BEING A CAMPER EACH SUMMER. THANK YOU 9
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                   CHALLENGE COURSE
During the 1st week the Course Director will guide tribes through “low ropes” initiatives designed to challenge campers to work together, communicate effectively and trust their peers. Campers cre- ate a supportive group which will enable them to overcome fears and reach new heights on our High Ropes Elements during the second week. Challenges are adapted to be age appropriate.
Kyle Pegolo
WEE WONDER AND KIDDY CAMP COORDINATOR
• 10th year at Camp
• Camp is a special place where kids grow mentally, physically, and socially. There is
Andrew Cordova
something for everyone! Adventure, fun and excitement are contagious at camp!
• 5th year at Camp
• Camp is an opportunity to help children grow to
Heidi Litwin, RN, BSN
CAMP NURSE
• 6th year at Camp
• Camp is a safe and fun environment for children
to spend their summers while making lasting friendships, learning new skills, building confidence and making memo- ries.
WATERFRONT DIRECTOR
be the best they can be in a safe and fun environment and in a variety of ways.
NATURE
While exploring the waterfront, vernal pools, forests and wet- lands campers will learn best hiking, identifying, and viewing practices to keep our environ- ment and camp animals safe.
ARTS & CRAFTS
Each week at Arts & Crafts, campers will have the opportunity to express themselves in new and creative ways. The A&C director uses our Session Themes to plan and facilitate activi- ties that capture the interests of each unit, challenge campers to use their imaginations, and utilize a variety of materials, to create a take-home masterpiece.
Kali Whitworth
THEME AND SPECIAL EVENTS DIRECTOR
• 3rd year at Camp
• Campers connect with each other as well as their
natural surroundings. They learn that their true selves are their best selves and with the support of their camp family anything is possible.
Helen Peaslee
CAMP REGISTRAR
• 14th year at Camp
• Every child should have the opportunity to experience camp in a
beautiful outdoor setting. Nothing’s better than making lifelong friends while eating cold popsicles on a hot summer day.
hpeaslee@midymca.org
Mike Orfao
BEHAVIOR SPECIALIST/ SPECIALTY PROGRAM SUPPORT
• 2nd year at Camp
• Camp is a place to be free to have fun, build memories, and
learn new skills
























































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