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Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Less Than A Month To Go!

You're probably itching to get out of school and get to camp! I know the staff is! Some of the staff are already here, working with school groups and gearing up for Summer 2011! In less than one month, we all meet to train and get ready to give hundreds of campers the summer of your life!

Cookout night, all camp games, cabin activities, lake swim, boating, high ropes, archery, rifles and bb's, hikes to sleep hollow... those are just a FEW of the things you can look forward to this year! And we cannot wait to see you!

Enjoy your week! Here are three more staff to meet: Jose, Leah, and Mathieu!


Greetings Earthlings! I’m Jose and this will be my 2nd year at Camp Pendalouan. This summer is going to be great. I’m looking forward to spending warm sunny days playing games and having fun! In my spare time, I love to play video games, draw, and listen to music. I also like to run to stay in shape and for fun. In June, I am going to graduate from Muskegon High School and next fall I am attending Kendall College of Art & Design where I plan on double majoring in Graphic Design and Art Education so that I can be an art teacher. I love working with kids, which is why I am excited to be a counselor this summer. It’s going to be awesome! :)

My name is Leah. This will be my third summer working at Pendalouan, and it is my my ninth summer ever! I can not wait to be back on the shores of Big Blue Lake to have more INCREDIBLE days with all of you! I love spending time up on the ropes course and out on the lake. I love the smell of campfire, especially if there are foil dinners and s'mores involved! I am currently a sophomore at the University of Michigan, where I am studying Biomedical Engineering. But the school will be over very soon, and I am extremely excited for this summer to begin!

Bonjour a tous my name is Mathieu and I'm from Belgium in Europe. I go to a french school and my first language is French. This will be my seventh year at camp and my first one as a real counselor. I'll do my best to make it the best one yet. I can't wait to meet new people that I never met and listen to their stories. My favorite part of camp is the high ropes and singing silly songs all day long. When you'll see me for the first time this summer, don't hesitate to say Hi my ears are open to anything you have to say.


Feel free to contact the office if you have any questions regarding resident camp, day camp, registration, or even just to say hi! See you soon!

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