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The incredible creativity of our campers and their Halloween costumes

Posted by Jason Sebell on Nov 3, 2017 4:00:00 PM

On Monday I put the call out for parents to send us photos of their Kenwood and Evergreen campers dressed up for Halloween and in typical fashion they did not disappoint! Check out these amazing, incredibly creative costumes.

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Topics: halloween, camper costumes

Share your Halloween Spirit with your Camp friends!

Posted by Jason Sebell on Oct 30, 2017 4:01:00 PM

As I wrote in Friday's blog, the entire Camp Office is very excited to celebrate Halloween tomorrow. Many of us will be working late into the night finishing our costumes.

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Topics: camp friends, halloween, bow and ty

Our summer camp's special event called Big Weekend has begun!

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jul 17, 2016 8:07:17 AM

Friday, , just after Services and the showing of the weekly video wrap up, we brought everyone in the community to the tent. The kids weren't quite sure what was going on, though many of the older campers suspected that something was up. And they were right, for it was time for the Big Weekend Breakout.

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Topics: rope burning, breakout, halloween, big weekend, special events

A fun Halloween family festival and fundraiser in the Boston area

Posted by Jason Sebell on Oct 17, 2015 9:00:00 AM

We are excited to announce a very special event coming up in the Greater Boston area. On Sunday, October 25th please join us from 11 am - 3pm for the annual Halloween Family Festival and Fundraiser at our sister camp Everwood Day Camp in Sharon, MA

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Topics: special event, halloween, hay rides, everwood day camp

Helping Make Halloween Safe For Kids With Food Allergies

Posted by Jason Sebell on Oct 29, 2014 10:25:00 AM

Helping make Halloween safe for kids with food allergies

Last week one of our Kenwood and Evergreen moms sent me an email with this teal pumpkin image attached. I had never seen it before, and I immediately thought it was a great idea. Hanging it in front of your house or apartment this Halloween will immediately signify to parents and kids that your home is aware and sensitive to the needs of kids with food allergies and intolerances. I love that this came from a K&E parent whose children have no known allergies. She just walks-the-walk when it comes to being inclusive! 

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Topics: peanut free, safe for kids, halloween

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