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Halloween...Camp Style

by Stacie Hoppman on October 28,2015 in Camp Staff Camp Talk with No Comments

Halloween...Camp Style

Halloween is only 3 days away! In case you want to choose a costume that is Camp Wyoming-themed, we’ve come up with a few ideas just for you. 1. You could dress up as Paul Scott, Camp Wyoming’s infamous Maintenance Director. Paul is known for his burly exterior but kind and generous heart. Who wouldn’t... read more

Morning Glory: Living OUT God's Love

by Stacie Hoppman on June 4,2015 in Camp Staff Camp Talk Growing Faith Summer Camp with No Comments

Morning Glory: Living OUT God's Love Our Summer Staff and farmers Bill and Donna Warhover pose for a group photo after a morning helping at the farm.

Camp Wyoming’s Summer Camp curriculum this year is “Inside Out.” Because God loves us, we can love others. God meets our needs, heals our wounds, and guides our steps, changing us on the INSIDE. And because of this inner change, we can go out and meet the needs of others, help heal their wounds, and... read more

Why Campers Become Leaders

by Stacie Hoppman on April 20,2015 in Camp Talk Parents Summer Camp with No Comments

Why Campers Become Leaders

Leadership is a skill that is often developed at camp. Here at Camp Wyoming, our Leaders-in-Training program is designed to specifically teach teenagers how to lead, how to take charge of a situation, how to teach and coach, and how to work alongside others. However, you don’t have to come to our Leaders-in-Training program to... read more

Top 10 Ways to Tell If You're a "Camp Person"

by Stacie Hoppman on March 10,2015 in Camp Talk Summer Camp with No Comments

Top 10 Ways to Tell If You're a

Maybe you come to camp every summer. Or maybe it’s been years since you’ve set foot at a camp. Either way, once you become a “camp person,” you never stop being one, no matter how old you get or how far away from camp you move. Here are the top 10 ways to tell if... read more

The Way Children Play

by Stacie Hoppman on January 27,2015 in Camp Talk Parents with No Comments

The Way Children Play

As a kid, I (Stacie) would often sit and listen as my parents fondly recalled memories of playing outside—heading out right after breakfast to roam the neighborhood and not come home again until the street lights came on at night. To hear them describe it, it seemed that every kid in the neighborhood came outdoors... read more