Dear Wawa Session 2,


Bibbley, Bibbley, Bibbley!!! There are no words to express how incredible you all are as human beings and how positively you impacted the Frost Valley community. I am so proud of all of the new things you tried, the adventures we had, and the respect and love you gave to one another. I am so happy that we spent the past two weeks together.


While the school year will be long, and some of you won’t be back for Winter Camp or with your School, I hope that you never forget everything that you learned here. Take the memories we made, the friendships you created, and the confidence that you built and take it with you back home and into your communities.  Don’t stop smiling for a second, I know that you all can smile, you’ve been doing it non-stop! And continue to put those core values into action and make the world a better place.


Although you may think this is good bye, its more of a see you later. Until we meet again on the Hill, or in the Dining Hall, or at CiT Point, I wish you the best of luck with your school year, and will be eagerly waiting for your return.


Peace, Love, Bibbley, and the Wawayanda Spirit,


closing session 2

Lindsay Hutchinson

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Lindsay Hutchinson

Lindsay is the Camp Wawayanda Director at Frost Valley YMCA. She oversees the oldest overnight camping program in the country, which is for our campers grades 2 through 7. She just finished her fourth Summer at Frost Valley YMCA and is already working on creating the best program for our campers next summer! er favorite parts of camp are waterfront, Hoopla, and the friendships created through devotions. Coming from the great state of Massachusetts, Lindsay has enjoyed every moment working and living here at Frost Valley YMCA. As a Springfield College '13 graduate, Lindsay embraces her degree in Elementary and Special Education by developing leaders in her campers through experiential and environmental education programming. She studied with Semester at Sea during college, traveling to 13 countries in 3 months, which allowed her to embrace the people of the world and everything that we can learn from each other through cultural exchange. Her passions include traveling, cooking, and making music and she is an advocate for world peace, organic gardening, and love.

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