“I loved every single windsurfing class, wind or no wind.” – Nika D.
Archives for January, 2012
Sarah Olear, Co-Head of ADK Wilderness Adventure Trips, just returned from an awesome trip to Costa Rica. The trip was part of Sarah’s graduate work at SUNY Cortland in Recreation and Leisure studies. Outward Bound coordinated the trip, which was packed with new experiences, including hiking nearly 100 miles through a national park. Highlights for Sarah? Rappelling down a 90’ waterfall and learning to surf!
Please join us and help plan for the 108th reunion and the 110th reunion.
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Greenwich Country Day School, 430 Old Church Road
10:00am until 1:00
This will be our 3rd Meeting will begin at 10:00 am in the “New Building” located to the left of the Dining Hall in Matthew Basinet’s Classroom Room # 117. Lunch and refreshments will be served.
If you have any questions please email Merritt at
The best way to keep in touch with your Adirondack family and to get the latest news on alumni events is to keep your alumni account updated. By updating your account, a donation will be made in your name to the Adirondack Camp Scholarship Fund.
When you update your account, Adirondack Camp will donate $10 in your name to the scholarship fund. You can then match it and make it $20. When you match our donation, we will then make another $10 donation in your name. We will also make a donation in your name if you refer another alumni or provide us with updated information for an alumni.
By updating your information you are helping raise money for the Adirondack scholarship fund and creating lasting memories for future campers. The deadline for the 10/20/30 campaign is 2/14/2012. Make sure you update before then! HOW!
Campers returning from the 2011 summer might have fond memories of the trail rides that were offered for the first time last year. This year the horseback riding program has been expanded due to the great response from campers last summer. Campers will now have the opportunity to sign up for 3 days of riding in a week, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. These trail rides will be longer and campers will explore different destinations around the large ranch culminating at the end of the week with a rodeo-style corralling of calves in the arena.
In addition, campers can still enjoy the same trail rides as last year if a full-day trip is not their cup of tea. Those going on these trips will be back in time for their afternoon activities, and still have hours to ride around the range!