Saturday, June 25, 2016

Session 1: The Highlights

What an incredible way to kick off summer 2016!  The energy and excitement of standing on the shores of Big Blue Lake was through the roof.  
Here are some of our favorite Session 1 memories:

-Ropers and Wranglers practiced all week for their big rodeo show on Friday morning, yeeehaw!
-The smell of the first foil dinners of the season filled the air.
-Wednesday night was the Alice in Wonderland carnival, with special appearances by the white rabbit and even Alice herself!  Campers hung out with tweedle dee and tweedle dum, painted the roses red and had a tea party in the red section with the Mad Hatter.
-Blackfoot and Apache, paddles in hand, conquered the river trip.
-Our CIT’s demonstrated the power of teamwork, and the impact of a smile.
-Not even the chilly mornings could stop our polar bear swimmers!
-New friendships were made, and old friendships were strengthened.

Thank you for a fantastic week, Session 1 campers!  

Tomorrow is Session 2, stay tuned for more summer 2016 fun!
Hail Pendalouan!

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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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