Camper Essays

  • Camp Saint Andrew Persuasive Essay

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    We can build a beautiful city, yes we can, yes we can. This was just one of the many songs I sang during my time as a camper, service worker, counselor in training, and counselor at Camp Saint Andrew. This camp was the foundation of friendships and memories, it helped young children to take that first step into the long venture of discovering who they were. This is one of the very few places that one encounters in life that is so inexplicably magical and that is the very reason it should not have

  • Persuasive Essay On Summer Camp

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    The 2018 summer camp season is right around the corner! Summer camps have been around for so long that is hard to imagine not having them be a part of our children’s lives. There is just something about summer camps that create some of the fondest memories of a childhood. As a parent, if you attended summer camp when you were a child, you likely are aware of the profound positive benefits and values of attending, many of which still matter to you as an adult. Plus, you likely will prefer your own

  • Case Study: Laura V. Campers Discount Warehouse

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    Campers Discount Warehouse: The Discount Warehouse duty to act with reasonable care was breached because they cooking stoves where not placed properly, which resulted in it falling on Laura. If the Discount Warehouse were more cautious on how they stack there

  • Argumentative Essay 'Camp Fitch'

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    funny chef Dave who will give a good laugh before the food is served. There is many selections through the day, they have salad for vegans, soy peanut butter for peanut allergy campers. Some of the other foods consist of soup on some days chicken and other days pancakes hashbrowns and much more. The activities that campers do during the day and in the afternoon, during the day and

  • Essay On Handicapable Camp

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    disabilities. This camp held yearly at Bradford Woods in Martinsville, Indiana the second weekend of September. Any camper is welcome to attend if the medical staff and volunteers can meet the individual’s needs. Volunteers can work Friday afternoon and evening for check in, the themed dance. On

  • Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet Essay

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    Welcome campers back to The Science of Superpowers Camp! Before getting started, holster your lasso of truth, park your invisible jet and see what the group knows about Wonder Woman. What superpowers does she have? Who is her alter ego? Add to the conversation by either reading directly from the Background Information or by ad-libbing in your own words. Then, challenge campers to think of any superheroes or villains who use aircraft to get around. Wonder Woman’s Invisible Jet is a key tool in her

  • Youth Summer Camp Research Paper

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    notice any conflict between campers, don't wait until they start fighting before you do something about it. Whenever you notice unusual behavior in the camp, sort it out with the campers and the superiors. The earlier you solve issues in the camp, the easier your job as a camp counselor will be. Last but not least, remember to respect your campers, and they will also respect you. Being in charge doesn't mean you should be bossing them around. In case one of the campers doesn't want to be part of

  • Camp Counselor Research Paper

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    in all creation.” Ray L. Wilber’s statement is one I came to realize after becoming a summer camp counselor for girls ages seven to twelve. Only in my first few days as a counselor, my eyes were forced open to see the greatness inside each of my campers. For some children these gifts only need nurtured; others require assistance in uncovering their distinction. Here in lies my passion: to convince each child I meet of his or her infinite potential. Each child contains a gift vital to the well-being

  • Big Fish Research Paper

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    supplies for campers. A few more preparations for the day to consider: Find a large, open space. Set out all supplies in a convenient location for campers to grab. Make an example for campers to see ahead of time. Be prepared to split campers into work groups. 5 groups of 5-6 works well with the included supplies. Set out all supplies in a convenient location for campers to grab. Each of the 5 groups needs 2 packs of crayons and 2 packs of markers as well as paper and pencils for each camper. Note:

  • Football Cheerleaders Research Paper

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    game. There were girls in kindergarten through middle school who were encouraged to participate in the camp. The girls met after school on Wednesday and Friday till 5:15 learning all different kinds of cheers. It was a great way for the campers to interact with the football cheerleaders, and to learn many of the cheers that are done every Friday night. Kindergarten and First grade had participants. They were coached by Gracie Rens and Shayden Blankenship. The little girls were taught

  • Mid-South Covenant Camp Research Paper

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    Mid-south Covenant Camp is a summer camp organized by the Mid-south Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church and located in Grapeland, TX, where we rent Frontier Camp.The primary goal of the camp is to show each camper the love, knowledge, and saving power of Jesus Christ. Counselors in Leadership Training (CILT) is a learning track for qualified high school students who have an interest in developing leadership skills and becoming camp counselors. They attend special CILT training sessions

  • Personal Narrative: My Experience Of Being An L. I. T.

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    of being an L.I.T. was the fact it was at the La Jolla YMCA. I was a camper there for about seven years before becoming an L.I.T. This meant that I was familiar with the facility, counselors, and in some cases even the campers. It felt like a second home to me and I knew the routine well. I also have great memories of summer camp so being an L.I.T. was super fun. The least comfortable aspect was probably disciplining the campers. I am a passive person so at first yelling at the kids when they broke

  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Goshen

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    truck we went around and told our loved ones we would be back. Once we said our goodbyes we got in the truck and we were headed out. We all knew that it was 2 hours from my uncles in Shirley to the company drop point where the camper manufacturing drivers drop the campers in Goshen. Once it had been about 2 hours we were about a half hour out from what the Garmin said and we started chatting

  • Service Learning Observation Essay

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    (AAIDD, 2013). The campers in camp RAD represented a heterogeneous group of children with a large array of disabilities. The camp was structure to keep the campers to stay physically active, mentally challenge, and socially encouraged. The camp counselors were volunteers from various academic backgrounds such as occupational or physical therapy, exercise science, child and family development, etc. These counselors were very patience and consistent in interaction with their campers, showing their knowledge

  • Nt1310 Unit 3 Individual Project

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    We used mostly our hands to do all that, we just used some tools to take apart the front case. Our new design is so different than the original one, we made it bigger, its made of hard plastic material and aluminum, also its water proof because campers are exposed to all changes of temperature. It has a resistant strap so you

  • My Community Service

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    I chose this place because it has always been a second home to me, and I have always wanted to be a counselor and aid campers. I worked in the performing arts division, Habimah. The camp is split into bunks, based on the camper’s ages. For instance, I worked with Habimah 3, which are campers going into sixth grade to campers going into eighth grade. The youngest a camper can be going into Habimah is entering 2nd grade. The special part about Habimah is that the bunks just separate age; for the

  • Examples Of Tenacity In Life

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    be in the camper boat. On our section we had 2 camper boats. A camper boat is a boat with a camper in the bow and the stern. A staff boat is a boat with a camper in the boat and a staff in the stern. It is good to be in a staff boat because the stern, who is the staff, always carries the boat. When you are in the camper boat, the stern man and the bow man both carry the boat for portages. The night before the portages all of us were trying to figure out who was going to be in the camper boat. The

  • Personal Narrative: The American Crow Chicks

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    As the TIT, I wanted to share with other kids the same experiences that I had as a camper. My experiences at this camp became cyclical, as I was fortunate enough to staff a similar fifteen-day canoe trip. Like my friends and me several years ago, the campers struggled during the first couple of days as they were adjusting to the tripping lifestyle. I vividly remember one of my campers, Ben “Marv” Canvasser stuck up to his shoulders in the mud. I thought, oh man, this is funny! I immediately

  • The Acorn People

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    the story are Spider, Mrs. Nelson, Janie, and Mr. Bradshaw. The role or Ron Jones is to be camp counselor, Dominic Cavalli’s role is to be a camp counselor, Aaron’s role is to be one of the campers, and Benny B.’s role is to be a camper, Spider’s role is to be another camper, and Janie’s role is to be a camper at Camp Wiggin. The role for the final character, Mr Bradshaw is to be the Camp Wiggin’s administrator. This story takes place at Camp Wiggin, and it happens during a two

  • Personal Narrative: A Career As A Counselor

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    had the privilege of working at a residential camp as a counselor. I had many different responsibilities, including taking care of campers, leading tasks, programming activities, and working on logistical endeavors necessary for camp. I began working at Aldersgate not only because I needed a job, but because I remembered the unforgettable experiences I had as a camper when I was younger. Most summers, when I went there for a week, I made new friendships, pushed physical boundaries, gained some independence