Special Events at Hi-Hills 2015 July 16, 2015

Each week Hi-Hills brings new and exciting events and activities to our campers. This week we had three special events!

Tuesday was Bring your Friend to Camp Day, where we gave a warm Hi-Hills welcome to all our new friends. Campers and their friends participated in all bunk and specialty activities. In nature, they met Aurora, the hairless guinea pig, as well as other furrier critters. During arts & crafts, our friends immersed themselves in this week’s visual arts theme by working on some tie-dye art. Down in the great outdoors, our new friends participated in archery, fishing and paddle boating, and friends joined their campers’ leagues teams for the day. Despite the passing showers, everyone had a blast!

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On Wednesday, Kinder Camp participated in their annual Garden Party. Evans Hall was beautifully decorated with sunflowers that had our Kinder Campers photos on them. Kinder Camp celebrated summer by singing fun songs that they had been practicing since the first day of Hi-Hills. Parents, siblings and even grandparents attended to support their little campers stellar performance. The program concluded with each camper receiving a “Be You” tag for the #BeBetter Movement. Afterwards, everyone enjoyed some tasty refreshments.

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Our third exciting event of the week was the parent luncheon. Parents joined their campers for a scrumptious lunch, where they met their friends and counselors. Campers showcased their artwork hanging in the dining room along with the group murals from weeks one through three. It was a fabulous afternoon, and we are already excited for the next parent luncheon on Thursday, August 6.

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On behalf of the entire Hi-Hills team, thank you to our campers, parents, counselors and staff for making all of our special events this week so incredible! Look out for the fourth issue of the Hi-Hills Herald this Friday.

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