James C. Kellogg served as a member of Frost Valley’s Board of Trustees for three decades. For fifteen of those years he served as Board President, succeeding Woody English. The two together can be said, without exaggeration, to have provided a vision of continuity unparalleled in camping. Not coincidentally, this was the period in which Frost Valley’s summer camp program solidified its roots and attained greatness. Due to their steadfast commitment, the environmental education program was created; the conference program rose to a level of size and prominence that only a few other camps had attained; financial aid was awarded to needy families; international partnerships were constituted; and children with disabilities were mainstreamed into the camp.