Final Day of Session 5

Today at Camp Seven Hills was full of both sadness and happiness. Campers are excited to see their families, but disappointed to have to leave all the great people they’ve had the opportunity to learn from and play with throughout the week. The morning was busy with lots of packing and cleaning. We have our fingers crossed that the weather will stay nice enough for us to make it to our rocking beach party at the pool this afternoon. But, since mother nature has a way of making things interesting for us here at camp, we might just have the opportunity to participate in the not so beauty, beauty pagent. The Miss Ugly Seven Hills Beauty Pagent will be sure to be just as entertaining, if not more, that our planned pool party. Plus, we will of course still have our traditional Friday Folly program to look forward to as well. After, campers and staff will all enjoy one last dinner together before making final preparations for the parent program and then camper departure. The memories made this week will not be forgotten and we can not wait to see everyone next summer😉.

Take a look at all the great pictures from this weeks programs on our Flickr page.

5 thoughts on “Final Day of Session 5

  1. Although I was very disappointed that the girls in the horseback riding group could not do their program last night I wanted to write to thank everyone for the fabulous week that my granddaughter, Mackenzie Sutton spent at Seven Hills Camp. She talked non-stop all the way home about all the activities that she got to participate in and enjoy. The songs were the BEST!!!!
    Since this was her first year at camp we were all a little worried at how she would do but with the help of everyone there she had a great week. Thank You one and all.
    Carol Mickey

  2. Hello! My daughter’s FIFTH summer at Seven Hills and the FIRST time we didn’t send her with a instant camera. Murphy’s Law & Mom Fail. She is HEARTBROKEN that she doesn’t have a pic of the deer that was born in Tally-Ho during Session 5. She says that “Taffy” has the pics on her phone. Any way we could get one of those? Even if it’s poor quality? Either on Flickr, here, or personally at the information provided with this post.

    Thanks so much for providing my daughter, and other girls from my Troop over the years, a wonderful, true camp experience. I especially value the Adventure Girl opportunities — backpacking and more advanced skills aren’t taught at most other camps and are fundamental!

    • Hi, Karen, We spoke to Taffy and she didn’t get any photos. She was unable to get any where you could tell there was even a deer in the picture. We are really glad your daughter had a great time at camp though!

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