Parents

A Pediatrics Resident works at Camp!

My name is Jonathan Uhl. I am a third year pediatric resident at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford, Connecticut. I worked for two weeks at Camp Androscoggin under the preceptorship of Dr. Jill Baren. This experience proved to be among the most valuable of...

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The Value of Summer Camp as an Adult

You remember what it was like: long days in the sun, swimming in the lake, or working with your hands. There were nights around the campfire or playing cards in your bunk. It was a season that produced enduring friendships and memories that you treasure...

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A Day in the Life of a Camp Nurse

By: Aaron Clouser RN BSN It’s 8 am, you hear the loudspeaker outside “GOOOOODDDD MORNING CAMPERS!!! It’s Saturday, todays activities are…, Bunks 1-10 please have your laundry ready for pickup…”, and any other general announcements for the day. But wait, who am I kidding? I’m...

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To Chase a Dream, or Go Back to Camp?

by Jason Scott “You’re too old to go back to camp.” is usually the response I get when I disclose my summer plans.  I have spent every summer at a “sleepaway” camp since I was 12 years old. Coming up on my 21st birthday and tenth...

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