Many camps have an evening games session, where the entire camp plays a field game like capture the flag, cows and the chickens (landlocked sharks and minnows), rat ball (dodgeball gauntlet), or tens of others in the camp canon. Jane Kilgour, camping director at St. George's, and Bryan Chase, program director at St. Sebastian's, taught "smugglers and spies" during staff week, a game that favors the fast and/or the cunning (pictured above). It looks like all fun and games - and it is - but there's so much more going on here at a second glance. Here are some guidelines taught at Staff Week that Jane and Bryan nimbly traversed during their teaching:
Jane and Bryan followed these evening games rubrics the result was a riotous good time, pictured with captions below.
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