Daddy’s Girl Goes to Camp

Posted in What's New? | Jun 14, 2016 by

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In honor of Father’s Day, here are some great reviews from our Camp Dads!

“Originally, this was a very tough decision to send our little girl away to camp for weeks at such a young age. These thoughts occurred now many years ago. In retrospect, this was the best decision we could have made for this little girl. She now is a young lady at the age of 15, with worldly experiences and so many accomplishments that occur at camp. By meeting so many diverse and interesting people and being surrounded¬†by loving and caring leaders, has so greatly enriched her life. It has given her perspective about the true meaning and the reality of life to become an independent, thoughtful, caring, insightful, self confident young lady. The happiest moment each year for her is the start of camp, the saddest moment is leaving at the end of camp but within a week she is counting the days till camp next year! The friendships and skills she has developed at camp will last a life time.” (Father of 5th year camper from Ohio)

As a third-generation camper, my daughter has loved going to Camp Jeanne d’Arc for the last 7 summers. She has made wonderful, life-long friends, gained a terrific sense of independence, been instilled with a sense of confidence and spirit, and had great fun being with just girls. As a parent, I think it is fabulous camp that not only provides an inspiring experience but also communicates well and listens to input. My daughter is not the same after a summer at JDA! (Father of 5th year camper from Rhode Island)

I sent both my daughters to Camp Jeanne d’Arc and they are successful happy people, after their mom and aunts had also attended. Each year I gave them an option of going virtually anywhere and they each never hesitated in returning. It is a rare find because it looks much the same as it did 50 years ago and is throw back to the experience of the great Adirondack camps with a true focus upon helping young ladies “find their voice”, develop friendships for life and be truly fearless people. (Father of CJDA Alumnae from New Jersey)

 
 

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