Wow! We have had a busy few weeks.
We jumped right into outings, trips and activities. The Juniors went strawberry picking and collected 25 quarts of strawberries that they shared with the Camp for breakfast one day.
Plebes and Seniors have gone on their overnights to the Pioneer Camp. The overnights started after rest hour with an hour or so of Low Ropes. The campers and counselors then head to the Pioneer Camp for swimming, cooking supper in the out-of-doors and a few s’mores before bed.
Day hikes to Hedgehog, Blueberry, Rattlesnake and Pleasant Mountain went out. Overnight hikes to Zealand Falls, Mizpah and Mt. Washington have been enjoyed by all. Girls have canoed Moose Pond, Sebago-Crescent and the lower Allagash River.
was filled with celebration. The day was kicked off by 45 Arcadian’s marching and singing in the Otisfield Day Parade. With the help of the restored Moo Cow (’61 truck) and canoe float, Arcadia won the Grand Prize. The day continued with a BBQ at the beach complete with a flag cake made of strawberries and blueberries. Each camper and counselor showed off their heritage by singing a song that represented their state or country. Mother Nature helped us celebrate by sending a mother and baby loon and a mother duck and her four babies into the inner H swimming area.
After a relaxing rest hour the camp joined together to learn about America’s Independence Day at our Vespers Meeting in the Pine Grove. The 4th
of July skits were very funny and creative. Who knew we had so many comedians at Arcadia. The day finished with a bonfire, songs and sparklers.
As our third week begins we look forward to our first of two tennis tournaments and a camper/counselor sailing regatta.
Summer has finally arrived in Maine and we are enjoying it.
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