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Weekly Log Home #3 2018

Dear Moosilauke families,

Our weekly letters home–of which this is the third for summer 2018 covering Sunday, July 1 through Saturday, July 7th–are one avenue for you to stay in touch with what is happening at Camp. Liking us on Facebook and following us on Instagram (@camp_moosilauke) are two other great ways to have pictures, videos, and essays pushed out to you. And of course you can view the daily pictures that we post on Shutterfly.

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Weekly Log Home #2 2018

Dear Moosilauke Families,

It is our pleasure to send this second weekly letter home during summer 2018 covering Sunday, June 24th through Saturday, June 30th. Camp is off to an awesome start. For the most part, the boys have been able to be outdoors and engaged in all camp activities this first full week. Our activity classes have been humming; our initial canoe and hiking trips have been fun for all; our inter-camp competition is off and running and participation has been high;

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Weekly Log Home #1 2018

Dear Moose Families,

It is our pleasure to write this first weekly letter home from Moosilauke during summer 2018, our 114th season.  As is our tradition, we post on our website and send an electronic letter home each week to make sure parents know about all the activities, special events, and trips that make up the Moose Experience.

You can view pictures from the summer (and even buy prints) by clicking on the following link or by going to the “Photos” link in the “In the Media” section of the website.

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Eight Ways to Help Your Son Get Ready for Overnight Summer Camp

by Bill McMahon, Director

Congratulations on being an astute and loving parent: according to the clinical psychologist and boy expert Michael Thompson, providing an overnight camp experience for your son is one of the most powerful avenues for helping him develop essential character traits like autonomy and a growth mindset.

Getting ready for camp is an exciting time, but it can also create anxiety for a parent and a child. 

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Weekly Log Home #7 2017

It is our pleasure to write another  letter from Moosilauke for the last week and a half of the Second Session 2017, July 30th through August 9th. The time has certainly flown by! We have so enjoyed having your boys here at Moosilauke.

On Sunday, we had our first “Lazy Sunday” of the session. Campers could sleep in and breakfast was a buffet that included made-to-order omelets, sausage, cinnamon buns, and a yogurt and fruit bar.

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