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Another Great Day at Camp in the Books!

Hello hello! Another awesome day at camp--amazing weather, with the girls shining like the hot sun!! A productive morning was spent learning about conflict resolution; the girls used great "I statements". Pool time, crate stacking, fishing, tie-dye, and challenge hike comprised the fun afternoon activities, and then Natasha made a great dinner of mac and cheese, rice, barbecue chicken sandwiches, and cornbread...yum! Well, the campers have been sleeping for a while, and it's getting time for me as well, night folks speak to you all tomorrow. Hey Ho, Kupugani's got soul! G'night! xxx...

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Teams, Camptivities & Evening Activities Make Our Day

A great first full "regular" day at camp...river walking and floating, fire building, rock climbing, archery and pool time! Camp Kupugani...these days just get better and better, no wonder we all love camp! And, after Natasha's tasty lasagna dinner, we all continued our bonding with Diversity Bingo and cabin time. Time for bed! J Catch you all tomorrow! xxx ...

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Kupugani 2012 Has Begun!

Yee hah!!! Camp Kupugani 2012 is here! The campers arrived yesterday, having a nice potluck with families, before hoisting the Camp Kupugani flag to fly high. Later that evening, we had a beautiful opening campfire. Today, the girls enjoyed their first full day in their summer homes :) A busy schedule...Today, there were swim evals, camp tours, and morning and evening group activities. Natasha's homemade baked chicken for dinner; WOO HOO! Camp is back and better than ever!...

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Why We Celebrate Instead of Tolerate

tol·er·ate [tol-uh-reyt] "to endure without repugnance; put up with" "to experience, undergo, or sustain, as pain or hardship" "to endure or resist the action of without serious discomfort" "to allow to be or to be done without prohibition, hindrance, or contradiction" Examples of TOLERATE Our teacher will not tolerate bad grammar. I can't tolerate that noise. The government cannot tolerate lawlessness. How can you tolerate such laziness? These plants tolerate drought well. I don't like my boss, but I tolerate him. Those are a few quick examples of some online dictionary ...

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Trying To Be An “Intentional” Parent

Especially during the school break schedule for many children, as a parent, I sometimes feel the weight and importance of the time spent with my child. I try to advocate being an "intentional parent" as much as possible. What exactly is an intentional parent? For me, an intentional parent is one who is willing to do the very hard work of helping a child be the best the child can be. The intentional parent does a lot of giving: giving of time, giving of sleep, giving of money, giving of attention—generally, giving mightily of oneself. It is certainly not easy, and as far as I know, is not mean...

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Perfect Day

We loved that pool session this afternoon! It was the best thing since sliced bread! Then we had a Cupstacking tournament, played Racecar and Gotchya. It was definitely another fun evening! In the words of Lou Reed, "It's such a perfect day"....

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Olympics and Pool Party!

We had a yummy breakfast to start a crazy fun day. We begin the activities with camp Olympics. This involves mud volleyball, campers sinking counselors in canoes and wacky field relays. The afternoon promises a fun pool party. We are looking forward to more fun water activities to keep us refreshed and cool!...

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Good Times!

What an awesome end to the day! We had a cooling, refreshing swim in the late afternoon, before a tasty dinner, then moved on to a cup stacking tournament, race car game and gaga tourney. We then had our touching ceremony recognizing our returning campers. To finish off we had a beautiful campfire as the sun set in the sky. We love Kupugani!...

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Awesome Fun!

What a beautiful day! The birds are singing and the sun is out. We're all drinking lots of water!! We had an excellent breakfast of sausages, pancakes and grapes. In the morning before it got too hot, we had some awesome camptivities like rock climbing, dam jumping, improv, tye dye, archery and hiking. Our modified schedule is allowing us a nice long time in the swimming pool this afternoon. Really looking forward to it!!...

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Wicked!

A late afternoon nice all camp swim. It was so nice and cool! After camp chores, we grabbed a lovely meal of spaghetti Bolognaise, garlic bread and salad...Natasha and Fer really know how to cook a wicked meal! To wrap up, we had the untalent show and dance...a great end to another great day!...

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