Tonight we saw the sacred game of USB (Ultimate Sicko Ball) take place on big tree field. There are four teams: white, green, red and black. The objective of the game is to collect all the opponents spherical objects and take them back to your zone. Great fun was had by all and Camp Wawayanda was certainly united in having a memorable game and night.   Dominic Hunter – Resident Partnership Director

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Tonight was the closing campfire of session 3, which we were are all sad about, but yet saw some excellent performances and skits put on for the campers. The sunset was beautiful over Lake Cole and the whole of Camp Wawayanda was a sea of pure happiness. We said goodbye to some staff members who are leaving and wished a fond farewell to the Outpost and Lakota campers who will be moving onto Camp Henry Hird next summer. Session 3, its been a blast! Dominic Hunter (Partnerships Director)

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Susky Village (10 year old girls) were incredibly excited to begin their Shrek theme day. During the morning they created outfits, which included an array of unicorns, dragons and donkeys! They took on various activities during the afternoon to save Princess Fiona and ended the day with having a lot of fun at the camp dance. Shrek is certainly alive and well at Frost Valley!

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So last night (07/28) we (the Wawayanda camp directors) had a fantastic night being judges at Al’s challenge night with Lakota and Outpost village, who are 11-12 years old and are the eldest campers in Wawayanda. They had an incredibly fun time with a number of challenges being completed including: weirdest laugh, smelliest shoe and the photo’s which are included on this post which is the 3 most lookalikes out of each group. Fun was had by all, and it is definitely an activity that the campers will be talking about for a while to come! Thank you for reading, Dominic Hunter (Resident Partnerships Director)  

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