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Olympics with the Girls

Today was Kupu-Olympics Day! Our campers started the day off by enjoying delicious cinnamon rolls, eggs, and fruit for breakfast. During teams they all worked together to flip a tarp they were all standing on as well as cross an imaginary acid river using only a few floating rafts. For lunch the campers had hamburgers and salad to fuel up in preparation for the day’s main events, the Kupu-Olympics. The campers had a great time doing a variety of activities that were judged in 4 categories: Spunk, ‘Spect, Spirit, and Sportsmanship. Each team came up with a team chant and did their face paint. Half the camp was on the red team and half the camp was on blue. The first activity was all camp gaga, followed by a relay race including a potato sack race, a wheel-barrow race and a gargantuan slip-n-slide. After a break for La Tienda, the campers enjoyed the next activity, mud tug of war. After a bit of dam jumping to wash off the mud, the campers had a fun sink-the-counselor competition. To refuel our kupu-olympians, enchiladas were on the menu for dinner. The evening entailed the Returners’ Ceremony and a fun game of capture the flag. A good way to end off the second to last day of camp!


“My kids won’t stop talking about all the cool things they did, the friends they made, and how badly they want to return next year to Camp Kupugani.”


“Our kids have been growing, learning, and enjoying themselves at Camp Kupugani since 2007. The dedicated and diverse leadership and staff provide a safe, encouraging, well-rounded, and valuable experience for campers. Campers learn from and with each other how to value differences, create meaningful connections and thrive.”


“This camp is amazing and exceeded my expectations. I went for a Mother / Daughter Weekend to reconnect with my daughter and we did that for sure. Thank you Camp Kupugani! My daughter loved it so much we immediately signed up for the 2-week girls-only session for the following summer.”


I love camp because it is a safe place to be myself without being criticized for it.”



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