The Blog of Camps Kenwood and Evergreen

Songs that remind you of your best summer camp moments

Posted by Jason Sebell on Nov 15, 2018 3:04:00 PM

Throughout the fall and winter months camp alumni regularly reach out via text or email with a similar story: I was somewhere and randomly heard this song that was used for a Color War alma materand it immediately took me back to a favorite time of my life. And I always know what they mean, having been at K&E for over 30 summers and associating dozens and dozens of tunes with some of my best camp memories.

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Topics: music, journey, steve perry

Join us tomorrow in showing the world your Camps K&E spirit!

Posted by Jason Sebell on Nov 12, 2018 4:46:27 PM

International Wear Your Summer Camp T-Shirt Day is TOMORROW and we in the Camp Office are really excited. Wouldn't it be fun to take part in this in a big way?All around the world, campers, staff, alumni and even parents can participate in this big event to share their K&E spirit! Here's all you need to do:

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Topics: wear your camp shirt, wear your summer camp t-shirt

Parenting Resource: Why we need to be patient with school-age kids

Posted by Jason Sebell on Nov 7, 2018 1:58:00 PM

Our Camp Office team spends a lot of time reading the latest studies and ideas about child and human development. A few days ago, Scott found this interesting article "Why parents need to be patient with their school-age kids" on BostonGlobe.com. It offers an important reminder of the many pressures and conditions we may unconsciously place on our kids while they actually "grow and develop interests at their own pace, and we need to let them be themselves, not mini versions of us."

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Topics: parenting resource, boston globe, being patient

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