After an exciting and energetic 2 days of Olympix, everyone was glad to have a more relaxed day today. Some highlights of the day included:

  • Lenape playing their favorite game cornucopia (a game involving lots of dodgeballs and pool noodles). If you recognize that name, it’s because the campers always want to play it!
  • Tacoma had some pampering time with a spa day down by reflection pond
  • Pac had their annual July Madness basketball tournament. Everyone in the village divided into teams and had an elimination-style bracket. 2 games ended in ties and went to overtime. One of the semi-finals was won with a buzzer beater! The afternoon ended with a campers versus staff game with the campers coming out just ahead by 3 points.

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  • Tacoma and Lenape had a great time grilling down on our main field for dinner. There were burgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, and lots of activities being run next door on the field.
  • Our 3 oldest villages (Pac, Windsong, and Sunburst) ended the night by joining with our youngest village (Pokey Totem) for challenge night! This was a really cool opportunity for our campers to showcase their mentoring skills and also get silly with some of our younger campers.

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Morgan Theze

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Morgan Theze

Born in New York but raised in Ireland, Morgan has spent every summer he can remember flying back to the US to attend summer camps. Over the years that Morgan worked at a well-regarded private camp in Maine, he took on many roles including Cabin Counselor, Head of Rocks and Ropes, Program Director, and Operations Director. Morgan began working at Frost Valley as a program instructor in 2014, leading activities for our schools and weekend programs, before becoming our Director of Camp Henry Hird. Campers at Camp Henry Hird range in age from 13 to 16. Morgan loves working with this age group as he finds that this is the time of their life where they form into unique individuals and discover the values that they will hold with them for the rest of their lives.

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