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It’s time to start planning for our fall events!!! Be sure to mark these dates on your calendars!!!
Friday, August 19 – Sunday, August 21, 2016
Registration is open on the website!
Fall Work Weekend
Friday, September 9 – Sunday, September 11, 2016
Registration is open on the website!
Wyandot Explorers Leaders Meeting
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Whetstone Library Meeting Room
Halloween in the Hills
Saturday, October 15 – Sunday, October 16, 2016
Registration coming soon!
Saturday, November 12, 2016
Villa Milano Banquet & Conference Center
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
The 2016 Summer Camp season will be here before we know it! Less than 3 weeks until campers arrive!
We already have over 450 campers registered for Camp Wyandot Overnight Camp and more registering every day! This is just about 30 away from last summer’s overnight total!!! Get your registrations in quickly so you don’t miss out on the session you want!!! (Session 2 & 4 are already closed).
Registration is also open for Camp Wyandot Day Camp which is being held at our overnight facility in the Hocking Hills for the summer of 2016! If you, or anyone you know, lives in the Hocking Hills area please check out our Camp Wyandot Day Camp page! Spread the word!!!
Don’t forget about our Family Celebration Camp July 3-July 5th!
For just $45/person (3 and under free) your family can participate in all that Camp Wyandot has to offer, as well as an exciting Fourth of July Celebration!
Summer Camp Season is happening very soon, and there are several items we still need!
Your gift helps us control the expenses of operating Camp, which keeps our costs competitive. Please contact our Camp Director, Connie Coutellier, at email@example.com and let her know what you would like to purchase or donate.
Camp Wyandot is a 501(c)(3) organization. We can help you make 100% of your donation go to Camp Wyandot (by avoiding sales tax), and you may list the cost of your donation item as a charitable deduction when you file your tax return.
Thanks for your generosity and support!
Help fund-raise with the swipe of a card! Each time you shop at Kroger, you can earn Camp Wyandot, Inc money, through their Community Rewards program.
- Do you already have a Kroger Plus Card? Log-in if you’ve done this on their website before (remember to do this once a year!), orEnroll to create an online account using your existing card information.
- Don’t have a Kroger Plus Card? It is free to sign-up at any Kroger location. The benefits to having a card are the savings you get each time that you shop. You can even earn “fuel points.”
–Once you are enrolled online, go to “My Account.”
–Under “Account Settings,” scroll down and click “Community Rewards”
–Enter “83511” for our council’s code. Click next to our name. Scroll down and click “Save”.
Spread the word! Let’s get some kids to camp!
(You won’t lose any of the rewards you receive as a shopper by using this program! And you must sign up online once a year! If you have done this in the past, you will need to renew your preferences!!! Don’t miss the chance to help Camp Wyandot, Inc… make sure you are enrolled!)
Outdoor Skills Day was held April 30th at Camp Wyandot. Wyandot Explorer Groups came down for a day of fun and activities including boating, archery, fire building, knife safety, and more. Everyone had the opportunity to make their very own Camp Wyandot terrarium, to take a piece of camp home with them! They also we able to cook their own lunches over a fire! Dinner was served in the Dining Hall and we wrapped up the evening with a Council Fire, complete with awards and skits, followed by S’mores and sing-a-long!
Thanks to Teddy “Forte” Jones for being an amazing host yet again! Thank you to all of the volunteers who came down to teach activities and help everyone have a good time!
See you all next year!
Join us at Camp Wyandot for our Summer Camp Open House on Sunday, May 1, 2016 from 1-4pm!
Our Camp Director, Connie Coutellier, and other camp staff will be onsite to answer questions and lead tours around the camp!
If you, or anyone you know, are interested in their kids having an amazing experience this summer please join us this Sunday!
Over 40 people attended our annual Spring Work Weekend down at Camp Wyandot April 22-24! It was a great turnout and we are so thankful to everyone who came to help out!!!
We were able to accomplish many much needed tasks and projects for the upcoming camp season! Some of those were:
Cleaning and inventorying all cabins
Cleaning Egypt, Khru, and Alps
Organizing and cleaning the Craft Room
Cleaning the Dining Hall
Organizing and cleaning the kitchen
Cleaning out under Khru
Assembling shelves for the Walk-In Cooler
Breaking down and re-building shelving in dry pantry
Clear all trails
Re-build fence outside Dining Hall
Organize and inventory lakefront
Dig holes for new pool fence
Begin power washing pool
It was a busy weekend and we are so grateful for all the help!!!
In addition to these projects work continued on Egypt and began on Khru. Earlier in the week the concrete floor was poured for Khru and Chuck, Sr. and his brother, Rick, cut the doorway for the new entrance. On Friday, Sandy Clapp, Terri Smith, Connie Coutellier, Karen Brooks, Jolyn Vita, Michele Carpenter, Sue Lavitchka, and Sharon Kellum – the crafty and skilled team of women who are responsible for the wonderful addition on Cook’s cabin – started work on the boys side addition. With the help of Chuck, Sr., they were able to get all the walls framed and finished, and the roof put on. This project will be complete by the end of May and will include 2 toilets, 2 urinals, and a new double sink. These additions will double the use for the boys side just in time for summer!
Construction continues on Egypt shower house. As of today the walls are completed, the porch is poured, and the roof is finished. Next step will be the inside! We are so excited about this project and are eager to see the finished results of Phase One by the beginning of June! If you are interested in contributing to this project in any way, please contact Connie Coutellier: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are so enthusiastic and appreciative of all the wonderful improvements happening at Camp Wyandot this year! It is so nice to see people coming together to help enrich the beauty and stability of this place we all love so much.
Registration for this summer’s Day and Overnight Camps at Camp Wyandot is well underway!
We are ahead of our numbers last year for Overnight Camp and it looks like it will be another great season! With nearly 300 campers registered already, we are on track for a full summer!
We have been busy promoting our Day Camp program in the Rockbridge area with flyers and on social media and are excited to see the results! We have a few campers registered now and are looking forward to seeing the sessions fill up! If you know anyone in the Logan/Lancaster/Hocking County area who is interested in sending their kids to an amazing Day Camp…send them our way!!!
Come Celebrate the Community of Camp Wyandot!
Join others who remember the traditions of Camp Wyandot, meet the next generation and introduce others to the unique experience. Share your memories of council fire, favorite cabins and trails while you reconnect with nature.
Please contact your friends and family to invite them to attend.
Note: Youth under age 18 planning to attend without his/her family must secure an adult chaperone prior to the weekend and mail a signed permission slip along with weekend payment.
Registration is live on our website! Just click here!
Hope to see you there!
We congratulate Kathleen Murphy for being selected for the YWCA 2016 Women of Achievement award. In 2011 Kathleen’s company, MurhpyEspon, helped us develop a marketing plan for our camps and develop marketing tools, some of which we still use today. The result of her efforts was a 19% increase in campers at both the overnight and day camps. Kathleen supplemented the fee for her services with several thousands of dollars of services provided at no charge. In 2012 Kathleen and Alice Foeller worked together to develop our website.
We appreciate all the good work and advice we received from Kathleen and agree that she is certainly a Woman of Achievement.
Read more here!