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Saturday, July 18, 2015

In Case Your Camper Fell Asleep on the Car Ride Home: Session 4


The spirit of Pendalouan burns bright in each and every one of us as we head home on Friday.


Here are the highlights of Session 4:
-A winter wonderland came to the shores of Big Blue Lake, there was a tree lighting ceremony as well as a holiday feast!
-The waterfront was booming during both morning and afternoon free time.
-Camp is a place where everyone can be themselves, and that’s exactly what happened.
-Daily games of foursquare, gaga ball and scatterball were played.
-Many slushies happily consumed.
-A fear of heights and feeling homesick were conquered. 
-Everyone in camp left a shoe out on Thursday night and received a surprise on Friday morning!
-Crafts class brought home beautiful handmade pillows.
-Even with full sessions, each week feels like one big family.
Summer camp is the smiliest time of the year!











Because after all, there's no greater gift than friendship.
Time to get ready for session 5, the Magic Kingdom.
See you Sunday!
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Located on the shores of Big Blue Lake in Montague, MI, Camp Pendalouan is a fully licensed summer camp offering overnight & day camps, as well as outdoor education & conference programs. While at Pendalouan kids and families make friends, experience personal character development and learn new skills – all while creating lifelong memories and having fun in a safe environment with highly qualified and trained staff. You are a part of the Pendalouan family from the moment you step onto camp property. We invite you to learn more about Camp Pendalouan, by checking out our websitethe Camp Blog and our Facebook page.

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