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Day of the Queen Bee!!!

Thursday was a little different. We highlighted typical gender roles in society with Day of the Queen Bees, where females took the lead and were prioritized during the whole day.

For breakfast, we had toast all the way from France, plus sausages. After that, we did our chores then dismissed into teams. Then we did a nature search and find activity. Then we had lunch, a 4th of July Cookout! Followed by a staff watermelon eating contest (way to go Hunter!). Followed by a Siesta. Then an afternoon full of camptivities. For the first camptivity period we had horse riding, rock climbing, cratestacking, archery, pool, 9-square, biking, canoeing, and a challenge hike. We then had La Tienda followed by another camptivity period including horse riding, Gaga, archery, pool, arts and crafts, fishing, and river walk.  Then we went to dinner where we had tatertot casserole. Followed by an evening activity of RoShamBo Evolution and I Am, But I Am Not, plus debriefing the day. Then a campfire. Finally finishing off the day with some sparklers to celebrate the 4th of July! blank

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Lisa G.

Everyone…was just so, so personable, kind, and the kind of person I want
my [child] looking up to and spending time with.

Laura V.

[My daughter’s] face lights up when she speaks about camp, it’s a priceless experience.

Kenya P.

I have never come in contact with such a wonderful group of people at a camp before. Everyone did an outstanding job, the camp was so organized, it was unbelievable.

Joe M.

She absolutely loves the camp, the staff, and all the friends she makes there. I consider Kupugani to be a big influence in helping her grow and expand her mind each summer.

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