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A summer at Adirondack Camp is a cherished experience. Each summer campers travel form across the US and all corners of the globe to experience the summer of a lifetime on our own private peninsula on Lake George in upstate New York. Here are 10 reasons your child should consider spending his/her summer at Adirondack Camp!
1. Become one with nature
2. Disconnect yourself from the technological world
3. Learn how to become a leader
4. Build confidence and self-esteem
5. Explore new activities
6. Gain independence
7. Develop social skills
8. The opportunity to teach skills you have learned
9. Become a part of an international community
10.Make new friends and develop life long friendships
Adirondack Camp would like to announce that Enrollment for Summer 2016 is now officially open! It may seem early to think about next summer but enrolling now guarantees your camper/s a space for next summer. Please visit our website at http://www.adirondackcamp.com/ or click here to enroll now. If you have any questions or want more information please give us a call at 518 547-8261.
Some Eagles soar above all others.
The Adirondack Camp family lost one of our own this past week. Robert Hoffman was a loving son, brother and friend. As a camper, Rob stood out, winning tennis titles, being named Best Camper on the Senior Boys Line, and leading the White Team as Senior Captain for three sessions.
Rob later outdid himself, setting the standard for what it means to be an Adirondack staff member, whether in the cabins, as a tennis instructor, and throughout the special days and activities that make our camp unique. He would ultimately rise to the position of Program Director, directly impacting the lives of each and every camper and staff member, and putting his special touch on all facets of camp life. Whether showing up to Carnivale every year as “Bobo” the somewhat happy clown whose personality could change on a whim, or surprising the campers in costume as Smokey Bear while working with local park rangers to teach campers about fire safety, Rob’s distinct personality helped enlighten and invigorate camp in ways no others could replicate.
Rob left this world a better place than he found it. He made us all better simply by being around us, as his caring, humorous and personal touch shone though every person he met, changing and improving Adirondack Camp forever.
For those who wish to say a final goodbye to Robert, there will be a wake this Tuesday September 29th from 4:00 to 8:00 pm at the Chapel at St. Thomas the Apostle Church. 35 Adams Place, Delmar NY 12054, phone (518) 439-4951. A service will be held at The Chapel at St Thomas at 9:30 am on Wednesday September 30th.
Just as ‘the spirit of the Eagle never dies’, Rob’s spirit will live forever on the peninsula, and inside each and every one of us who had the truly great pleasure to have known him during his far too short time with us. Noonway, Robert.
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