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Camp Edwards WI "Kayak Soccer Game!"384 viewsA great way to PRACTICE boat handling without it seeming like a drill. Lots of fun and laughing and splashing.Sep 22, 2014
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Camp Gorham NY Waterfront381 viewsWouldn't this make a great website photo? The colors, the activities, the staff supervision, the framing of the trees... all show a really unique quality of this specific camp.Sep 22, 2014
Camp Crosley IN Waterfront Amphitheater365 viewsPick the most beautiful place in your camp, and then find reasons for kids to gather there as often as possible so they deeply absorb the view over time.Sep 22, 2014
Camp Abe Lincoln IA438 viewsRest Hour with their counselor reading a book to her girls.Sep 22, 2014
Tire Playground Zip294 views"I created this at Camp Kern (OH) after my son Luke and a group of nine 7-yr-olds drew a picture and followed him around camp trying to get materials." -- Jeff Merhige < jmerhige@ymcamidtn.org >Feb 08, 2014
Tire Playground Zip237 viewsPut legs through tire hold onto handles (rope). Kids pull you back and release. Ride to end comes to rest in the middle. 2-3 feet off ground. It became a huge hit. Full all the time non stop!" -- Jeff Merhige < jmerhige@ymcamidtn.org >Feb 08, 2014
Jewell Carpetball Stadium306 viewsRay Zetye says: I had an idea a few years back to build a more significant carpet ball viewing deck and we built one with a bunch of kids this summer. We took one of our existing carpet ball tables and placed it onto the new deck. It has worked great. I have attached some photos. You sit at the table to play so the table is low enough that kids standing do not get hit in the head if the ball were to fly up. (maybe in the crotch but that hasn’t happened yet :) (continued next slide)Nov 23, 2013
Jewell-Carpet-Ball_sketch-up-plan275 viewsNov 23, 2013
Jewell-Carpet-Ball_in-action277 viewsThe benches are higher than the table so all the kids sitting on them can still see but they are not hanging over the table and they are not reaching into the table. The benches also act as the “line” kids rotate in a circle around the table if that makes sense. I have counted 40 kids on one table at a time, they love it. Because kids sit across from each other they chat more while they are watching the game unfold too. Nov 23, 2013
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Library Shelves223 viewsSome of the smallest details can create the reaction "That's so cool!" from guests, and feeds the "remarkability" which fuels word-of-mouth.Oct 15, 2013
Theater lobby230 viewsThe cabin plaques created by former CYO campers over the years are preserved on the hallway walls in this central meeting building.Oct 15, 2013
Meeting Room224 viewsNo sheetrock here. Carpeted floors for good acoustics. Oct 15, 2013
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