St. George’s III had a great time with old and new traditions this session! They celebrated Christmas with a full Eucharist service and Easter as they have done in the past, but this year they also added Halloween to the mix. For the whole day Halloween music was playing and counselors dressed up in costumes. For their evening program the campers went cabin to cabin trick-or-treating, went through a haunted house, and sat around a bonfire telling ghost stories. The session had fun evening programs such as a pool party, coffee house, and two different kinds of dances. With all of the exciting events they all united around the body passage understanding the importance of each member of their camp. We’ll see you next summer, sweet St. G’s!
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