Meet A.J. Plummer, the Associate Director here at Camp Wyoming! A.J. has been working hard getting the site and staff ready for this summer. In the video below, A.J. introduces himself, the summer program, and invites you to share in his excitement as we prepare for a summer with your kids!
A summer camp experience provides a lot of benefits for children and youth. Wondering why it’s important for you to send your child to camp this summer? Consider this list of top ten reasons: At camp, your child is physically active. They spend their days running, climbing, jumping, and playing. At home or at school,... read more
Last Saturday was the Camp Wyoming Open House where we got a chance to see lots of new and familiar faces. If you weren’t able to make it, you can still check out some of the highlights of the day here. We are very grateful to all those who did come out and we look... read more
Blogger Jan Edminston wrote recently about the idea of hospitality within the Church. (Read her blog here http://achurchforstarvingartists.wordpress.com/2013/02/21/is-there-a-place-for-me/). We say we want relationship building and community, she says, but do we actually live like it? She asks the Church the question: Is there are place for me? At Camp Wyoming, part of our vision envelops... read more
In February of this year, the New York Times published an article titled “The Camp Counselor vs. the Intern.” Read the article here (http://parenting.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/05/29/the-camp-counselor-vs-the-intern/?smid=fb-share). The article’s author, Dan Fleshler, told the story of his daughter who is planning to work as a camp counselor this summer. He advised against it, pointing at her resume and... read more