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Summer Camp Encounter

Author Ashley Greathouse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 4:41


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First Class Counselors
You and Your Phone at Summer Camp - First Class Counselors #59

First Class Counselors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 47:20


Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/first-class-counsellors/you-and-your-phone-at-summer-camp--No phone, no problem! Maybe?The modern world has always tried to make its way into camp. That's because camp is meant to be a refuge from the world's pressures.  In the 90s and early 2000s, many camps even introduced coding. But the invention of the smartphone changed the story, not just for camp but the world. The connection the phone provides means fostering connection off of it has become harder. A person can only be in so many places at once. So how do we as staff do it? In a world that may only allow us to look away from our phones for an hour, how do we do it for 6 to 10 weeks? That is what we will dive into today.-E.G.E.L - Ever Growing Ever LearningOliver:  Career fairs, go for the free stuffMatt: Bracket Software - https://challonge.com/tournament/bracket_generator-Host LinksMatt Wilfrid, Executive Producer of Podcasting at Go Camp ProOliver Gregan, Executive Director at YMCA Camp Winona-What is First Class Counselors?Camp Directors, this Podcast isn't for you. It's time to delegate! First Class Counsellors is for your counselling staff, the ones who are on the ground, playing with kids and changing lives.Each week, we'll cover practical and accessible tips that will level up your camp counsellor skills. These are things every counsellor should know, but that you may not have time to teach in staff training.Our two hosts, Oliver Gregan and Matt Wilfrd from Go Camp Pro are excited to be able to provide this resource to camp counsellors and up and coming staff, who they believe, have the most important job at camp.This is free professional development for your counsellors! We would love your feedback. Please leave your comments below, or, send Matt an email! Thank you!

Camp Code - Leadership & Staff Training Podcast for Camp Directors - CampHacker.TV
How to Best Set Up International Staff for Training - with Bethany Wright - Camp Code #112

Camp Code - Leadership & Staff Training Podcast for Camp Directors - CampHacker.TV

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 55:44


Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/campcode/how-to-best-set-up-international-staff-for-trainingHow to Best Set Up International Staff for TrainingSummer camp training and staff recruitment is becoming more and more crucial for our success every single summer. One avenue we haven't discussed yet, is the importance of international staff.So many camps are lucky enough to have international folks as part of their staff community.  Today we invite Bethany Wright, an international staff member that worked for Camp Walden this past summer. Bethany is here to share some of her best ideas to find, train, and support our international hires.-We hope you love this episode of Camp Code! If you do, please consider subscribing to the show, and leaving us a rating in your Podcast app. It's SO easy, just head to https://ratethispodcast.com/campcode-Best Practice for Leadership TrainingFrom Bethany WrightDon't forget to check in with all of your staff members after the campers arrive. Summer camp staff and leaders go through so much during training to prep for the summer and once the kids arrive to camp, we often flip and focus solely on the children. -Normally in that first week of camp, it's crucial to check in with your staff in either smaller groups or in a staff meeting. Checking in during that first week of camp allows you to close the loop on staff training, shows that as leaders you care about the wellbeing of your staff and then allows you to focus on the summer. -Special Guest:Bethany Wright, International Camp Staff & Summer Camp Blogger-Your Hosts:Beth Allison, Camp Consultant - Go Camp ProRuby Compton, Chief Exploration Officer - Ruby OutdoorsGabrielle Raill, Camp Director - Camp Ouareau-Thanks to our sponsor…UltraCampWouldn't it be refreshing if your registration software gave you MORE time? With UltraCamp, you can track attendance, manage staff applications, streamline registration, and much more. Get back the time you need to focus on what is really important: CAMP! Find out more at ultracampmanagement.com/campcode/

How’s Your Head, Chile? Podcast!
RuPaul's Drag Race UK Season 4/ Episode 9: Comedy Queens

How’s Your Head, Chile? Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 43:28


We have 3 simple words: MAKE US LAUGH! Lol!!! Join Halo & Mauricio while Omar is away at “Summer Camp” as they recap the latest episode of #DragRaceUK !! It's the semi finales !!! One more episode and we're crowning a winner! Let's goooo!!! #HYHC --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howsyourheadchile/support

Boardgame Mechanics
Episode 240.75: Jason and Katie's Favorite Games of All Time (180-171) Facebook Live Replay 11.16.22

Boardgame Mechanics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 55:55


This is a Facebook live replay of our 100 Beyond the 100 (180-171) from 11.16.2022. Jason's 180-171: 171 Freedom: The Underground Railroad 172 Res Arcana 173 Akrotiri 174 Indulgence 175 Silver & Gold 176 CO2 177 Illimat 178 Praetor 179 Anno 1800 180 Royals Katie's 180-171: 171 Summer Camp 172 Takenoko 173 SCOUT 174 Secret Hitler 175 Chiseled 176 Bag of Chips 177 7 Wonders Duel 178 Scythe 179 My Little Scythe 180 The Gambler To check out a little bit of everything that we do visit our website at: https://www.bgmechanics.com Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theboardgamechanics Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/boardgamemechanics Tweet at us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bgmechs If you would be interested in having us review/preview a game, or just want to chat, shoot us an email at: contact@bgmechanics.com

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio
Serving and Learning as Summer Camp Staff

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 23:49


Kristine "Sparrow" Regalado — NLOMA summer staffer and current Concordia University Texas student, and Bruce Wall — Executive Director at Camp Luther in Nebraska, join Andy and Sarah to talk about how serving on summer staff is a hugely formational experience for young people, how Kristine grew as a young adult and leader during her time, what young people learn during their time at camp, and the need for camp staffers. Learn more and apply at nloma.org/employment/summer/serviceprofile.

Life in Norway Show
66: Learning Norwegian at an American Summer Camp

Life in Norway Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 42:06


Life in Norway Show Episode #66: What is like to learn Norwegian as a teenager in the US and then move to Norway 20 years later? Find out on the latest episode of our podcast. Today's guest is Kari Nixon, a scholar of medical humanities and Victorian literature. She currently holds a position as a Postdoctoral Fellow at NTNU here in Trondheim, Norway. Full show notes: https://www.lifeinnorway.net/learning-norwegian-at-summer-camp/

IAQ Radio
Lisa White - Grid-Building Interaction, Microgrids and Passive Building

IAQ Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 70:47


This week we welcome Lisa White, Associate Director at the Passive House Institute US. This show is a great follow up to our recent discussions about the internet of things, sensors and the electrify everything movement. Lisa did a well received presentation at Summer Camp with thoughtful insights on how changes to the grid can be coordinated with changes in buildings to take advantage of the moment. Lisa White is the Associate Director and a technical lead for Phius (Passive House Institute US). Ms. White has been with Phius since 2012. She led the building certification review team for seven years and is an instructor for Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC®️) training and WUFI®️ Passive energy modeling software training. She holds a degree in Environmental Sustainability with a minor in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a Master's in Energy Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

The Zeitgeist
Jonas Hahn - Solana Summer Camp Hackathon Winner, Ep 12

The Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 16:04


Jonas Hahn, an established game developer who won the Phantom Track in the Solana Summer Camp Hackathon joins Brian Friel to talk about web3 gaming and his work Combining Unity and Solana with his project SolPlay.Show Notes:00:48 What is Solplay?             02:16  What are Deep Links?                              03:41  What was what attracted you first to Solana?05:13  What is the state of gaming in Solana? 06:17   Exciting things in crypto    07:56  Tooling or developing infrastructure to make a breakthrough game10:04 WebGL for building           11:08 Future projects in the space 12:12  Is Mobile the future of Crypto Gamin?13:08   Advice to devs new to Web 3  14:25  A builder he admires     Links:Unity-Solana SDK that provides a single interface for interacting with Phantom deeplinks and extension from a Unity environment.Example game built with Phantom, Unity, and WebGLVideo tutorials for building Unity games with Phantom: Full Transcript:Brian (00:05):Hey everyone and welcome to the Zeitgeist, the show where we highlight the founders, developers and designers who are pushing the Web3 space forward. I'm Brian Friel, developer relations at Phantom, and I'm super excited to introduce our guests today. Jonas Hahn. Jonas is an established game developer who has won the most recent Phantom Track in the Solana Summer Camp Hackathon for his work with Combining Unity and Solana with his project SolPlay. Jonas, welcome to the show.Jonas (00:33):Hello. Super nice. Thank you for having me.Brian (00:35):We're super excited to chat with you today. We love the work that you've been doing, pioneering game development between Unity and Solana. I'd love to start off, what is SolPlay? What have you been working on these past few months?Jonas (00:48):Yeah, SolPlay is just a name I came up with when I started working on Solana games. Because everything needs a name and I heard everything in the ecosystem should be called something with Sol, so I called it SolPlay. And yeah, what's behind it is I started working on games with Solana. I started when I joined the Hacker House in Prague. And I already had a little app on my phone and I had a wallet, and first I wanted to make a Solana Pay where you can send Solana to other people. So I used the Solan Art Wallet and implemented that but then Solana Pay came out and I kind of stopped this and went back to games.(01:26):And then in Prague, I met a few other people and we started building a game, it's called World of Qro, and for that we built connection where we communicate with JavaScript directly from Unity. So we sent messages to the React app and then at some point I wanted to have it on mobile as well and that didn't work, that workflow. And then I was investigating how it could be done and then I wanted to build a deep link connection to a wallet and was trying to build my own wallet. And then Phantom came finally out, was there Deeplinks and I was super excited about it and immediately went on it and then I even noticed that there was a prize for it, so it was even more exciting.Brian (02:03):Yeah, yeah it's good timing, right? Then for those who don't know, can you walk people through maybe high level, what are Deeplinks and how has this enabled you to build a connection. Really one of the first Unity games that's on Solana.Jonas (02:16):The good thing about Deeplinks is like usually you have a browser extension or something, but of course on mobile you don't have that. But a mobile, different apps can communicate between each other using application links. And what the Deeplink does, it creates a secure connection using the 25-1-9 thing.Brian (02:36):Yeah, yeah. X25519 key pair. Yeah, that's not as important. But yeah.Jonas (02:41):So it has a secure connection and then if you want to do a transaction in the game, for example, send Solana somewhere or MinTON NFT, you just create the transaction in the app and then you send it over to Phantom. Phantom signs it for you, and then you get the signature back and it says, of course a big benefit that people who play the game don't need to write down the key phrase or something, but they can immediately use the wallet that they already have. So I think no one can be bothered writing down these words, and I think it's very accessible, a good feature.Brian (03:11):I couldn't agree more. We're super excited about its potential to break crypto out of this pure browser environment. We know with extensions now you can be doing this in mobile applications, you can be doing these gaming applications. You mentioned that you got started with this originally at Hacker houses, you visit Prague, you kind of got into the Solana ecosystem. What was it that first attracted you to Solana? You're a game developer yourself, you spent a lot of time in Unity. What is it that first caught your eye about Solana in particular?Jonas (03:42):So the thing is, I tried making crypto games for 10 years ago already. But it just wasn't possible, I had a game where people could play against each other in a tower defense game. And then I tried something with PayPal and something with a Bitcoin, but nothing worked. And then two years ago I had started trying a game called Township from Gala Games, and they were using Ethereum and I got a little fountain, like an NFT. That was my first interaction with these NFTs. And then I tried to sell it later. It was because it was worth 0.5 Eth. But then I noticed I had to mint it from this side chain, and then it was only Ethereum and I paid $60 to get it off there. And then I had to pay another $60 to list it on OpenSea, and all that stuff was very tedious.(04:24):And then I was looking off their other blockchains and at some point I noticed that there's Solana where transactions don't cost anything and the transaction doesn't take minutes or seconds, but it's almost immediately, at least if you just wait for it to be confirmed. And then for a game, it just is necessary that transactions go fast, otherwise it just doesn't make sense. You can't wait a minute for a transaction and that's why Solana is the obvious choice. It doesn't cost anything and is super fast. Short answer.Brian (04:54):Yeah, I couldn't agree more. I think there's a really natural pairing there. If you could summarize for developers who maybe are familiar with building Unity games but maybe aren't as familiar with Solana, what is kind of the state of gaming in your opinion on Solana? Both maybe from the games that are out there, but also as a developer, you know what tools you have at your disposal right now to start building?Jonas (05:14):It's super interesting because everything is still super early. There are a few games which raised a lot of money like last year or two years ago. And they are building their own things, but there's a lot of games coming up from indie developers and small teams and everyone is trying to build their own things. And that's why I also want to try to make it easier for people. I started making some YouTube videos where I explain Solana stuff and I started now working on the Unity SDK and also the Phantom Deeplinks. They are also now in the Unity SDK from the people from Garbles who build it and lots of stuff is coming, many little games and I am in contact with some and trying to support them.Brian (05:57):That's awesome. What would you say is the big selling point for game developers who are interested in Web3 in general. SolPlay maybe we can take that as an example. You're able to use your NFTs in the game, you're able to save your high scores to a blockchain, but what is it that excites you the most about combining both the gaming world and the crypto world?Jonas (06:17):Yeah, I've been in the gaming world for a long time already. It's a very competitive market and I'm super excited about the whole blockchain thing because now finally you can build a game again, which isn't reliable on some service that is online. You have your own backend, you don't need the backend anymore. I mean, you still use Solana as a backend. You don't need a payment provider anymore because all you need to do is you just make a transaction which sent you some SOL or the token or whatever you want.(06:45):And what's also super exciting is, also for games companies I think, is that they can save the 30% fees in the stores. On web, it's one hand, but of course everyone wants to be on mobile because everyone uses mobile phones and these 30% fees are very important in the very competitive mobile games market, which we currently have. And what I'm also excited about is that it will probably spawn whole new kinds of games. I think the big game hasn't been spawned yet, the big crypto game, but it will probably be there somewhere and will probably be something new that we haven't seen before.Brian (07:17):Yeah, I agree. It's such an interesting paradigm, having this open backend that other people can plug into and you have tokens that potentially could be mutable and your interactions on the chain also maybe impact what your experience in the game is. I couldn't agree more that I think we don't quite know what the end state of the is, but I'd like those two examples you gave, especially the one around the 30% payment tax that most developers in crypto know all too well, especially if you're building mobile games. You mentioned that the space is early. We're still waiting for that kind of real breakthrough game. In your opinion, is there any tooling or developer infrastructure that needs to happen before we can have that breakthrough game?Jonas (07:57):It would be good if most stuff is open source. Solana is very good at that already. Many things are open source, but what's missing is targeting the traditional game developers. For example, go to the A MAZE conference in Berlin, which has crazy indie games, or go to the Unite Conference from Unity and try to get the people there. Because many developers I talk to, they still think it's a scam. It doesn't really make sense. It's super expensive, it's low and there are no standards yet where I'm not sure if it's good or bad. It kind of is this open stage still where you can do whatever you want. And also it's nice that there's not this big monopoly of a company who organizes everything. Maybe you have to use Google and now for Solana you can use Phantom software, all wallets you can use Fractal, has a nice API and very many opportunities and a Saga phone of course, if this happens, that will be also amazing if you have a crypto phone that you can use.Brian (08:57):Yeah, I don't think it's a matter of if, I think it's a matter of when. And we'll be releasing this episode shortly before Break Point. I know that Phantom and then also Solana have some great news to share around the progress around Saga phone. I couldn't agree more that that will just continue to break down the barriers and make this a lot easier.Jonas (09:14):One more thing about that topic is that there needs to be some clarity about regulation about somehow. For example, if I mint an NFT, I still have no idea how I pay taxes on that.Brian (09:24):Right?Jonas (09:25):Or if someone sends me a USDC token, what is it? It's an income. What is staking? What do I do with the tokens I get? And if that is all cleared out at some point, which will eventually happen in the next one or two years, then more big companies will also start.Brian (09:40):Yeah, the fact that this is a global phenomenon doesn't make this any easier too. You and I'm in the United States as a recording, you're in Germany. Interactions between the two of us definitely don't make it any easier and I would not want to be a crypto accountant having to think through all of these things right now. So all this is really awesome. If you haven't checked out SolPlay, I would definitely recommend checking it out. It's a great game. If I'm not mistaken, you've also used WebGL in some aspects of this as well, is that right?Jonas (10:05):Yeah, it's cross platform. So I'm building an example game. Open source example game, which also has these Deeplinks in it and now it also has a token swap using the Orca tools and Metaplex for minting NFTs. And yeah, it's mostly an example game, but it also has this slipping mechanic where you can jump around and collect points and at some point I want to put in that you can give out token and rewards, so make it play to earn and then have some staking in it as well. So I basically want to make a suite where everything is in that you need to build a game.Brian (10:37):And then as part of this too, you know, mentioned your work. You've done great open source work around the Unity SDK, integrating Phantom Deeplinks that in particular you also have a great YouTube channel where you go in depth since really long tutorials on actually bringing up your IDE and showing this is how I built the game. Walking through all the steps of that. Taking all that into consideration, you've built these games, you have these SDK tooling, and then you've also gone on the developer education front. What are you most excited looking forward in spending your next couple months in the Solana gaming space?Jonas (11:09):I want to build the perfect example game, basically. Where everything is in and which is actually also fun to play. Put it on all platforms. It's so difficult to get into the iOS store. You wouldn't believe I get like six, seven points every time I submit. And they definitely leave minting NFTs within their purchases I think. So that's one of the things I want to build next. And then just to get this game on all platforms, it's biggest challenge and goal for the next months. It's already in the Play Store, but on iOS it's definitely harder.Brian (11:43):Even us at Phantom building a crypto wallet, we've run into kind of unexplainable headaches with the App Store review process sometime. It's definitely a very opaque process. Definitely resonate with that. You've spoken a lot about cross platform and your game being a platform as well. Is there any one platform in particular you're most excited about for Web3 gaming looking ahead? You mentioned everyone has a mobile phone that in particular seems pretty compelling, but do you think mobile will be the first explosive growth phase of crypto gaming or what are your opinions on that?Jonas (12:13):Yeah, I think it will probably be mobile and I think you can't ignore iOS, just too many people have iOS. That's why I'm so amazed that everything works for Phantom on all platforms the same. But there could be... Unity can theoretically export to all platforms. So theoretically we could make a switch game, which facilitates Solana somehow. I don't think there's a phantom bullet for Switch yet, but theoretically it could be on all platforms. That would be really nice.Brian (12:38):I would love that. Yeah, Phantom on One Switch I think is going to be the next catchphrase that catches fire on Twitter here. I love that.Jonas (12:45):Exactly.Brian (12:46):This is awesome. Jonas, if you were having to talk to a Web3 developer today who's listen to this, they're interested in this, they have some game experience, but they're maybe not sure how to best to get involved with the Solana gaming space. What would you recommend is the first step for a new dev coming into this? To learn the ropes of Solana game development and to get involved with potentially a project or some direction and connecting with other devs in the space?Jonas (13:11):There are quite a few good YouTube channels to learn the basics of Solana, which you probably should learn first. The channel of Solandy and Josh's DevBox and my YouTube channel of course as well. Although I recently heard that tutorials are still a bit too detailed and complicated, but I'm trying to get better on that definitely. And then yeah, I would check out some of the games that are already there. There are a bunch of games on Fractal, for example, that you can try out and then you can already experience a little bit with wallets. And then I would check out the Solana Unity SDK or my example game and then just try it out, see how it feels, deploy it on Android, try to mint an NFT, do some transactions from it in Unity. And I think then people will already get hooked and want to do more of it, I hopeBrian (13:57):Yeah, I love it. We'll drop some links to all those that you just referenced in the show notes for folks as well. Jonas, this has been awesome. We loved hearing your story of how, you know, got involved with Solana and then we couldn't agree more that the future of gaming's really exciting on Solana. Phantom wants to be a big part of that, enabling developers to build cross-platform and make it just easy for folks. One closing question we always ask all of our guests, and I'd love to hear your take on this as well, is who is a builder that you admire in the Solana ecosystem?Jonas (14:27):Oh, there are actually quite a few. I ran into a few of them at the Stockholm Hacker House and especially Jonathan Singh, Steven Laver, Steven Luscher, and they're just all amazing. Everyone actually who really built on Solana, the team, they're super amazing. I mean, not everyone in the NFT communities is always super amazing, but the people who really work on it are super nice. And then of course Anatoly, which I met in Miami and he's just such a nice, humble, genius person. It's really nice meeting him.Brian (14:59):Yeah, I agree. I think he really set the tone for kind of the culture of the developer community here on Solana. You mentioned some other Solana Labs employees as well, Steven Luscher, Steven Laver, and those guys, if you're not familiar with them, they're basically savants across all the open source initiatives. They're leading it all. They're doing the commits, they're doing the code reviews, the PR's, they're saying the strategic direction, they're speaking on stage. I don't know where Solana finds all these guys, but it's a really cool community to be part of.Jonas (15:26):It's crazy. It's so good what they're building with a mobile wallet now, it's so nice.Brian (15:32):I agree. Awesome. Well, Jonas, thank you so much. Congratulations again on winning the Phantom Deeplinks Track for the Solana Summer Camp Hackathon. We're really excited to see where you go from here and for the future of free gaming on Solana.Jonas (15:44):Thank you so much.

Camp Code - Leadership & Staff Training Podcast for Camp Directors - CampHacker.TV

Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/campcode/what-do-we-do-now-2022This was the most unpredictable summer ever. Where do we go from here?In our first episode of Season 10, we heard all about Gabz's summer at Camp Ouareau. We heard a lot from her about a few key issues this summer: dealing with COVID 19, the mental health of our staff, campers and, of course, the other staffing concerns that came because of the first two issues.We hope you love this episode of Camp Code! If you do, please consider subscribing to the show, and leaving us a rating in your Podcast app. It's SO easy, just head to https://ratethispodcast.com/campcode-What Do We Do Now?“Beneath every behavior there is a feeling. Beneath each feeling is a need. When we meet that  need, rather than focus on the behavior, then we begin to deal with the cause, not the symptom.” -Ashleigh WarnerTake some time to review some of the behaviors from your staff this summer that you found challenging. Sit down with your leadership team and write down examples of those behaviors that made you pause, reflect or lose sleep. After you have got your list, try to but yourself in the shoes of the people who had those behaviors and reflect on what those people may have been feeling at the time.. Make another list of the feelings you explored. Finally, have a discussion with your leadership team around behaviors. It's easier to talk about behaviors when you recognize what your staff may have needed in those moments. Focus on the causes, not the symptoms. -Your Hosts:Beth Allison, Camp Consultant - Go Camp ProRuby Compton, Chief Exploration Officer - Ruby OutdoorsGabrielle Raill, Camp Director - Camp Ouareau-Thanks to our sponsor…UltraCampWouldn't it be refreshing if your registration software gave you MORE time? With UltraCamp, you can track attendance, manage staff applications, streamline registration, and much more. Get back the time you need to focus on what is really important: CAMP! Find out more at ultracampmanagement.com/campcode/***Join 5-Minute Fridays today at gocamp.pro/5MF***

The Hidden Acres Podcast
S4E5: October/November Update + Theme Reveal!

The Hidden Acres Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 20:58


In this update episode, Eric and Taylor recap October and look forward to November. Plus a few shoutouts and the big announcement of the 2023 Summer Camp theme! October Recap - Senior Saints' Day, Oct 4 - Ladies' Horse Retreat 2, Oct 7-9 - Staff Appreciation Night, Oct 9 - CCCA Fall Fellowship, Oct 17-19 November Preview - Summer Camp Registration opened on November 1, register today! - Staff Worship Night, Nov 26 Recruiting Update - Lots of recruiting going on. We need summer staff! - Pella Christian, 11/4 - Coe College, 11/7 - SALT Ames, 11/10 - SALT Cedar Falls and Waterloo Christian, 11/17 - SALT Cedar Rapids and Cedar Valley Christian, 12/1 Quick app link (for more information about summer staff): forms.gle/rH9nEhmFa7d7JQY77 2023 Summer Camp Theme: Flip! Stories of how God flips the world right side up. 1 Peter 2:24 For more information about Hidden Acres Christian Center, visit hacamps.org, call our office at 515-547-2751, send an email to podcast@hacamps.org, or look us up on social media. Music Credit: Life by Roa https://soundcloud.com/roa_music1031 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hacamps/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hacamps/support

My Crazy Family | A Podcast of Crazy Family Stories
18: Dad Attempts To Drown His Daughter At Summer Camp | Fear Thy Family

My Crazy Family | A Podcast of Crazy Family Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 3:59


A 42-year-old man "lied his way" into a guarded location and tried to drown his daughter. The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department Twin Speaks Station was dispatched to Pali Mountain Camp in Running Springs on Oct. 25 for a drowning report. Timothy Shipman allegedly tried to drown his 2-year-old daughter at camp. His 5-year-old son was allegedly confined in the car. Pali Mountain Camp workers removed the youngsters from Shipman until deputies came. The 2-year-old girl and her sibling were taken to a hospital and are stable. Shipman was taken to a hospital and released to officers, according to the sheriff's office. Shipman was jailed at the Central Detention Center for attempted murder. His $1 million bail. "We were glad to discover today that the victim is recovering and in stable condition," Pali Mountain Camp told KTLA-TV. "We commend the Running Springs emergency services for their rapid reaction yesterday." The camp was "proud" of how its personnel handled the matter. If you have a CRAZY FAMILY STORY, tell us!! Call Toll-Free 1-833-CRAY-FAM or  Write through our form at http://www.crazyfampod.com

Nervous Laughter Podcast
Episode 53: Your Podcast Is Pretty Good for 2 Females

Nervous Laughter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 49:45


The backwash of Halloween, welcome to the post-Halloween episode! The ladies recap a recent Halloween party and share a few random things. Get ready for work-related cringe next week. Write your stories in!Alyssa had a great Halloween party filled with lots of fun, awesome costumes, and a sprinkle of cringe throughout. Then they fuel up on crab rangoons and Jamie discusses her discovery of “Go to Hell Pants” and horse diving! Finally - a new corner - is it a southern thing?! What was your sex education experience? Did your high school have a daycare? Did your teacher give you drugs? OR IS IT JUST A SOUTHERN THING?Get ready for our guest Teener next week, write to us in your favorite work related cringe stories at [nervouslaughterpodcast@gmail.com](mailto:nervouslaughterpodcast@gmail.com) or DM us on [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/nervouslaughterpodcast)!The socials: [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/nervouslaughterpodcast) | [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/NervousLaughterPodcast) | [Twitter](https://twitter.com/NervouslaughPod) | [Discord](https://discord.gg/g3GQrWxc)

The Mike Broomhead Show Audio
Lisa Graham Keegan, "AZ OnTrack Summer Camp" Chair

The Mike Broomhead Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 5:59


Lisa Graham Keegan joins Mike to discuss the success of the AZ OnTrack Summer Camp and its funding for next summer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Camp Code - Leadership & Staff Training Podcast for Camp Directors - CampHacker.TV
If Your Summer Wasn't Perfect...You're Not Alone - Camp Code #110

Camp Code - Leadership & Staff Training Podcast for Camp Directors - CampHacker.TV

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 52:28


Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/campcode/not-perfect-summerLet's normalize talking about our challenges - we have to be in this togetherToday on Camp Code, we take a trip into the mind of Gabrielle, hearing all about her camp season, the many challenges and frustrations she experienced, and the ways in which she pivoted to finish her summer on a positive note.  Listen to what she has to say and know you are not alone.-We hope you love this episode of Camp Code! If you do, please consider subscribing to the show, and leaving us a rating in your Podcast app. It's SO easy, just head to https://ratethispodcast.com/campcode-Best Practice for Leadership TrainingFrom Gabrielle RaillIf you can start now, build the professional relationships you need to help support you, do it! Year over year, your own mental health, physical health will change. As leaders, there are times that you will push yourself to the limits, so surround yourself around staff that have your back and support you.-Your Hosts:Beth Allison, Camp Consultant - Go Camp ProRuby Compton, Chief Exploration Officer - Ruby OutdoorsGabrielle Raill, Camp Director - Camp Ouareau-Thanks to our sponsor…UltraCampWouldn't it be refreshing if your registration software gave you MORE time? With UltraCamp, you can track attendance, manage staff applications, streamline registration, and much more. Get back the time you need to focus on what is really important: CAMP! Find out more at ultracampmanagement.com/campcode/***Join 5-Minute Fridays today at gocamp.pro/5MF***

festivalPass Stories
Ep. 72 Groovin' with Joe Hertler and The Rainbow Seekers

festivalPass Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 37:52


Welcome back festival friends! On this episode our host, Pat Tully talks with Joe Hertler to get the story behind the Michigan music scene and his band, The Rainbow Seekers.   Joe was making his own music in college, then began collaborating with his good friend Ryan Hoger and The Rainbow Seekers were born. Micah Bracken, Aaron Stinson and Ryan McMahon would complete the ensemble.   The band says they will “make a sprightly young groove doctor out of anyone” and their infectious energy delivers on that promise.   Joe takes time out from putting the finishing touches on the band's 5th album to sit with Pat and let the fans in backstage to hear about the band's experience at Bonnaroo, Electric Forrest, Summer Camp and more.   Joe also talks about what it was like to get discovered and signed to a major music label and the challenges that entails.   Hear more about these stories on this episode of FestivalPass Stories.   To find out more about Joe Hertler, The Rainbow Seekers and their music go to their website: https://joehertler.com/  Follow them on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joehertler/  Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/joehertler    Connect with Festival Pass!  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/getfestivalpass/  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/getfestivalpass/  Twitter - https://twitter.com/getfestivalpass  Website - https://festivalpass.com 

Everyone Loves Guitar
Al Schnier, moe. HOW moe. has STUCK TOGETHER for SOOO LONG

Everyone Loves Guitar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 96:22 Very Popular


On this Al Schnier interview: The early challenges of growing: cover band vs playing originals, the band's early “first breaks”... dealing with Imposter Syndrome, backstory to some of the bands songs, getting into physical and “guitar” condition, his TOP 3 Musical Experiences, dealing with the passing of his father, and getting divorced… persistence, his top 3 guitars, being happier and more flexible, not being so hard on yourself, cooking, most fun thing he's ever done, loads more cool stuff! Cool Guitar, Music & ELG T-Shirts!: http://www.GuitarMerch.com Al's one of the two guitarists in the jam band moe. Originally started as a local bar band in Buffalo in the late 1980's, moe. has gone on to become one of the most respected and successful jam bands out there. Constant touring and performances at major festivals like Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and others... as well as their own festivals, which include Summer Camp, Snoe.down, throe.down, and moe.down... have made them incredibly proficient and melodic musicians and an incredibly tight musical unit. Subscribe & Website:  https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe Support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support

Suburban Underground
Episode 338

Suburban Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 61:16


In this episode Steve picked a few songs that have the same titles as Led Zeppelin tunes.  You will hear from such artists as The Black Keys, Tripping Daisy, Summercamp, The World, Travis, The Sounds, Stephen Lawrenson, The Sinceros, Supergrass, Cold War Kids, The Rolling Stones, U2, Gary Moore, Cautious Clay, The Lolas, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, Walter Clevenger & The Dairy Kings.   On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio      *** 5pm Friday ***      *** 10am Sunday ***      *** 8pm Monday *** Stream live at http://209.95.50.189:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ And available on demand on your favorite podcast app! Twitter: @SUBedford1051  ***  Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio   *** Instagram: SuburbanUnderground   ***    

CampHacker Podcast - CampHacker
Debriefing 2022 and Seeking Patterns - CampHacker #169

CampHacker Podcast - CampHacker

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 54:48


Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/podcast/2022/10/debriefing-2022-Our summers may have been different, but the common thread is that our industry will never be the same again.If we ever needed something to teach us the lesson that “camp, like it was in 2019 isn't coming back” the summer of 2022 was it.Holy moly folks.We hope that you're doing okay.We know that not everyone is in the same boat, and who knows, maybe 2022 was your best summer yet (if it was…will you come on the Podcast and tell us about it?). But we all have to collectively shake our damn heads and realize that things have changed.PEOPLE, WE'RE THE PEOPLE THAT GAG WHEN SOMEONE SAYS “THIS IS THE WAY WE'VE ALWAYS DONE IT”.Too dramatic? Maybe. Or maybe not.This summer 2022 debrief episode with Travis, Chris, Gabz and Joe gets a little bit spicy - but it's for good reason. We need to keep asking questions, pushing each other and digging in on what our campers, families and staff need as we keep this industry alive.-Tool of the Week – Make Yourself a Better Camp DirectorChris - You are Here - Thich Nhat HanhGabz - camp craft that actually looks good - Gnomes!Joe - CO2 Monitor Portable - https://aranet.com/products/aranet4/Travis - NotePD - https://notepd.com/invite/Travishttps://notepd.com/challenge/things-that-the-summer-camp-industry-needs-to-consider-for-a-sustainable-future-o01ei-Do you read the show notes? Let us know - click the following link to receive 10% off a lifetime subscription of Go Camp Pro's 5-Minute Fridays. (psst. Even if you don't buy anything, clicking this link will still help!)(click here - https://bit.ly/pod-notes-discount)Your Hosts:Travis Allison, Summer Camp Consultant - Go Camp ProChris Hudson, Camp Director - Camp HighlightJoe Richards, Executive Director - Pearce WilliamsGabrielle Raill, Camp Director - Camp Ouareau-Thanks to our sponsors!CamptivitiesScheduling is the backbone of every camper's experience, but when there's a staffing change, it's almost impossible to fill that role with someone who knows all of the nuisance a schedule takes. Come check Camptivities out; specifically designed for camps by camp people. Find out more at camptivities.comUltraCampWouldn't it be refreshing if your registration software gave you MORE time? With UltraCamp, you can track attendance, manage staff applications, streamline registration, and much more. Get back the time you need to focus on what is really important: CAMP! Find out more at summercampsoftware***Join 5-Minute Fridays today at gocamp.pro/5MF***

Sh*t You Wish You Learned in Grad School with Jennifer Agee, LCPC
Episode 27: Relentless Empathy in the Therapeutic Relationship featuring Dr. Belle

Sh*t You Wish You Learned in Grad School with Jennifer Agee, LCPC

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 34:58 Transcription Available


Dr. Belle and I dig into what it takes to have relentless empathy in the therapeutic relationship. With some clients, empathy comes easily and others challenge our ability to maintain compassion. Dr. Belle and I have an open and honest discussion about working with clients the world defines as “difficult”. Dr. Belle is also a well known business and executive success coach, helping therapists, entrepreneurs and leaders reach their full potential in business and relationships. In addition to her private practice, Dr. Belle is President and Director of the Southern Nevada Community for Emotionally Focused Therapy, helping to train & supervise local therapists in excellence in EFT, the Gold Standard of Couples counseling.Dr. Belle has authored two books, the most recent being, Using Relentless Empathy in Therapeutic Relationships, Connecting with Challenging and Difficult Clients. OFFERS & HELPFUL LINKS:Dr. Belle's Summer Camp for Therapists RetreatCounseling Community TikTokJennifer Agee coaching pageCounseling Community Facebook communityCounseling Community InstagramAlaskan Cruise: Experiential Therapeutic Intervention Training for Therapists June 3-10, 2023Portugal Marketing Retreat October 2-7, 2023

V H US
Season 10: Episode 7- Wet Hot American Summer ( Featuring Erick Lorinc )

V H US

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 50:28


Find Erick:https://twitter.com/ErickLorincAs always please reach out and let Dirk know your experiences or thoughts on any and all of the movies or guests. Want to be a guest or just share a story? Please do!https://twitter.com/VHUS_Podcasthttps://letterboxd.com/DirkMarshall/https://www.instagram.com/dirkzaster/?hl=enhttps://www.instagram.com/vhus_podcast/https://www.facebook.com/vhuspodcast

Craft Beer Professionals
Summer Camp Vibes...the CBP Connects Experience

Craft Beer Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 41:38


Thank you to everyone who attended CBP Connects in 2022. In this conversation, we reflect on the highlights, relationships, and reasons why this is a must attend event for 2023. This conversation features: Ariel Rivera (Blue Moon Brewing Company - RiNo) Ashlie Randolph (Lifting Lucy) Tranice Watts (Lifting Lucy/Patuxent Brewing) Grab your spot now for CBP Connects Milwaukee (June 19-21, 2023) https://cbpconnects-milwaukee.eventbrite.com/

Sterling's Business Success & Coffee Podcast
Episode 196 – Harlan Hammack – Bootcamp Not Summercamp…

Sterling's Business Success & Coffee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 38:46


Finding Your Zone of Genius with Harlan Hammack. Many of us are afraid to put ourselves out there and be vulnerable in what we're passionate about. The more you push yourself to do things that make you uncomfortable, the easier it becomes to generalise and try to make everybody happy. Trying to be everything to […]

Compelled Dual
Bonus Episode - Beacon Summer Camp!

Compelled Dual

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 100:17


With several high-ranking members of the Beacon out of the picture, Sabine Jovaris is on a mission to fix the organization she was raised in. Her plan? Try to replicate her parents' success at training children to do espionage. Syd scrambles for authority. Lorelei is a girl on the edge. The campers seek revenge: Beacon-style. A Jovaris family reunion is held for the first time in almost thirty years. Content warnings for this episode include: minor drug use, children in peril, mentions of sibling death, and mild violence. Transcript for this episode can be found at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XGr9g7ByYkfF0tv33bbYTT4Uz9IlSQoiYY4GMY_EwpA/edit?usp=sharing Music credits for this episode:We Love Punk Rock by WinnieTheMoogLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/6369-we-love-punk-rockLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Ancient Winds Preview by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5725-ancient-winds-previewLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/The Path of the Goblin King by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4503-the-path-of-the-goblin-kingLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Master of the Feast by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4026-master-of-the-feastLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Dime Dropper
Legendary Coach Steve Morris on Issues in Youth Sports & NY Sports Memories

Dime Dropper

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 32:30


In this special episode, Dime Dropper talks to the Guru of Youth Sports and Author of "What Size Balls Do I Need?" Steve Morris. Coach Steve served as a mentor to Dime Dropper growing up & created the Summer Camp that he cherishes so deeply. He goes in depth about his experience in AYSO and issues/strategies in youth sports. To finish it off, he reflects on his earliest sports memories growing up in New York including the famous 70s' Knicks and Roger Maris Yankees.  FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: https://twitter.com/DimeDropperPod Instagram, Facebook, & TikTok: @DimeDropperPod Coach Steve TikTok: @RealDickPunch

First Class Counselors
Taking Camp Home With You - First Class Counselors #56

First Class Counselors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 41:24


Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/first-class-counsellors/taking-camp-home-Welcome to Season 5 of First Class Counselors!Summer is over and you have scrolled through your gallery a bunch remembering how much fun you had. Camp offered a lot - fun, food, friends. But it also taught you a lot and equip you for life after camp. As you unpack, we unpack all the ways you never truly leave summer camp behind.-Links from this episode:First Class Counsellor Episode - Camp SickGo Camp Pro NewsletterFarnham Street - Brain Food Email NewsletterACA Magazine-E.G.E.L - Ever Growing Ever LearningOliver -  Dragon eggs, Fill balloons with water and freeze them. You can also add small prizes. Matt - Camp wide-game: Command and Conquer - Video rules-Host LinksMatt Wilfrid, Executive Producer of Podcasting at Go Camp ProOliver Gregan, Executive Director at YMCA Camp Winona-What is First Class Counselors?Camp Directors, this Podcast isn't for you. It's time to delegate! First Class Counsellors is for your counselling staff, the ones who are on the ground, playing with kids and changing lives.Each week, we'll cover practical and accessible tips that will level up your camp counsellor skills. These are things every counsellor should know, but that you may not have time to teach in staff training.Our two hosts, Oliver Gregan and Matt Wilfrd from Go Camp Pro are excited to be able to provide this resource to camp counsellors and up and coming staff, who they believe, have the most important job at camp.This is free professional development for your counsellors! We would love your feedback. Please leave your comments below, or, send Matt an email! Thank you!***Join 5-Minute Fridays today at gocamp.pro/5MF***

Umphrey's McGee: Talking Circles
Episode 13: Fenced In

Umphrey's McGee: Talking Circles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 17:09


Welcome back to Talking Circles - a production of Osiris Media and Umphrey's McGee. This is a podcast about the making of Asking For A Friend with the members of Umphrey's McGee. In Episode Thirteen, we hear Brendan Bayliss talk about “Fenced In,” which was a reaction to the protests of the Summer of 2020, and to the ongoing pandemic. As with a lot of songs, the concept existed for a while, but was brought together by a unique set of circumstances. Jams which featured early hints of “Fenced In” are featured in this episode. The versions included are: 2012-02-03 Minneapolis (Der Bluten Kat, first jam)2014-10-25 Grand Rapids (All In Time; lyrical)2012-05-25 Summer Camp (2x2)Talking Circles is a production of Osiris Media and Umphrey's McGee. Audio production by Matt Dwyer. Written and Produced by Brian Brinkman, RJ Bee, and Kevin Browning. Art by Mark Dowd. All interviews and audio used with permission from Umphrey's McGee. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Guides Gone Wild
'Challenge by Choice': End-of-Summer Camp Weekend Recap [BONUS!]

Guides Gone Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 18:09


Be part of the next Guides Gone Wild experience - register for the (Cast) Iron Chef Weekend here!--Back at the end of September, we hosted the very first Guides Gone Wild live event at Evans Notch Lodge in Gilead, Maine.Despite crazy weather and unexpectedly chilly temperatures, we had a fantastic time! Thanks to our unflappable guide 'Tall' Ashley Leedberg of Two Loons Guide Service, we managed to get some stand-up paddleboarding in, did a gorgeous hike up Albany Mountain, and did a bunch of arts and crafts while we enjoyed the cozy wood stove back at the lodge.Before the ladies left on Sunday, I asked a few to chat with me on mic about their experience of the weekend and what it meant to them, so today you're going to hear a little bit from Lisa (one of our New York-based campers), and her friend Meg (from Maine). Lisa and Meg were friends from high school who were having a mini-reunion week hanging out, so it was fun to listen in on their exchange.Quick apologies before you dive in, the three of us were basically sharing one mic we had to tweak the audio in a few places so you could hear what was being said, but I don't think it takes away from the awesomely positive messages and encouragement these two share, so we ran with it…it's a fun conversation, so I hope you'll hang out until the end to hear about the next Guides Gone Wild experience coming up!A few more links:Sign up for the (Cast) Iron Chef Weekend!Two Loons Guide ServiceFollow @TallAshley on Instagram, and keep an eye on her Etsy page for new additions of her handmade jewelry and artWhat is DHEA?Albany Mountain“Tall” Ashley Leedberg on Guides Gone WildAri Leach on Guides Gone Wild

Umphrey's McGee Podcast
Episode 13: Fenced In

Umphrey's McGee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 17:09


Welcome back to Talking Circles - a production of Osiris Media and Umphrey's McGee. This is a podcast about the making of Asking For A Friend with the members of Umphrey's McGee. In Episode Thirteen, we hear Brendan Bayliss talk about “Fenced In,” which was a reaction to the protests of the Summer of 2020, and to the ongoing pandemic. As with a lot of songs, the concept existed for a while, but was brought together by a unique set of circumstances. Jams which featured early hints of “Fenced In” are featured in this episode. The versions included are: 2012-02-03 Minneapolis (Der Bluten Kat, first jam)2014-10-25 Grand Rapids (All In Time; lyrical)2012-05-25 Summer Camp (2x2)Talking Circles is a production of Osiris Media and Umphrey's McGee. Audio production by Matt Dwyer. Written and Produced by Brian Brinkman, RJ Bee, and Kevin Browning. Art by Mark Dowd. All interviews and audio used with permission from Umphrey's McGee. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Supernatural Girlz
The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders - A Crime That Cannot Be Forgotten

Supernatural Girlz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 91:00


June 12, 1977, at Camp Scott in Mayes County, Oklahoma a horrible murder took place that no one can ever forget. The victims were three girl scouts, bretween the ages of 8 and 10, who were raped and murdered. Their small bodies were left in the woods near their tent at summer camp. The case was classified as solved when Gene Leroy Hart, a local jail escapee with a history of violence, was arrested, but he was acquitted when he stood trial for the crime. Was sorcery used to hide and protect the murderer?  And was a Native American ceremony used to finally bring down the killer? Tune in to hear the full story from Supernatural Girlz host Patricia Baker, co-host PK & Night Vision's Rene Barnett.     

The Break Room
Break Room Hate Mail - Lazy Parenting

The Break Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 39:43


The Break Room (WEDNESDAY 10/12/22) 8am Hour Includes: Parts 1 & 2) A listener says this woman's anger is directed at the wrong person. He thinks instead of pointing her finger at other people, she should turn it towards herself.  2) He might not be afraid of space, but he IS afraid of a coworker. 

Wow! I Didn't Know That! (or maybe I just forgot)
Oct 11th - A Show From Summer Camp - w/Howard Shore

Wow! I Didn't Know That! (or maybe I just forgot)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 2:44


Fred discusses the long running sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live, which premiered on this day in 1975. www.rockysealemusic.com https://rockysealemusic.com/wow-i-didn-t-know-that-or-maybe-i-just-forgot https://www.facebook.com/150wordspodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rocky-seale7/message

Talking Beats with Daniel Lelchuk
Ep. 141: The Lifelong Passion for Music with Jorja Fleezanis

Talking Beats with Daniel Lelchuk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 51:03


"I listen to classical music very specifically because I need to be able to feel at the end of what I'm listening to like I'm able confront the darkest sides of what I'm experiencing as well. I feel comforted by Beethoven. I feel comforted by his ability to say something to me that cannot be said any other way. A sense of hopelessness that is not without giving us some worth." This is a rebroadcast of Ep. 80, aired originally in February 2021. The conversation was recorded in October 2020. Jorja Fleezanis died on September 9th, 2022. To read Daniel Lelchuk's written appreciation of Jorja Fleezanis, click here. Violinist Jorja Fleezanis is here to talk music and the staying power of music, the spell it casts, over children and adults alike. From the first time she heard a violin record as a young child to right now, after a career of more than five decades-- what does music say to her today that it didn't then? How do the names she thinks of as the 'Mt. Rushmore' -- Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann -- sustain her and grow with her? And why is she currently listening to every song The Beatles ever recorded? Jorja and Daniel explore what it is to be in an orchestra, and how the will of the ensemble must rise above political and personal fractures. Please consider supporting Talking Beats via a one-time or recurring donation. You will contribute to us presenting the highest quality interviews with the world's most compelling people. Jorja Fleezanis is adjunct professor emerita of music in orchestral studies at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Fleezanis was concertmaster of the Minnesota Orchestra from 1989 to 2009—the longest-tenured concertmaster in the orchestra's history and only the second woman in the U.S. to hold the title of concertmaster in a major orchestra when appointed. Prior to Minnesota, she was associate concertmaster with the San Francisco Symphony for eight years and a member of the Chicago Symphony. A devoted teacher, Fleezanis became an adjunct faculty member at the University of Minnesota's School of Music in 1990. She has also enjoyed teaching roles with other organizations: as teacher and artist at the Round Top International Festival Institute in Texas (1990-2007); artist-in-residence at the University of California, Davis; guest artist and teacher at the San Francisco Conservatory, where she served on the faculty from 1981 to 1989; artist and mentor at the Music@Menlo Festival (2003-2008); teacher and coach at the New World Symphony (1988-present); and faculty of the Music Academy of the West since 2016. She has been a visiting teacher at the Boston Conservatory, The Juilliard School, The Shepherd School of Music, and Interlochen Academy and Summer Camp. She is also a frequent guest mentor at Britten Pears Center at Snape Maltings, England, in programs for both young musicians and professional orchestral violinists. Fleezanis has had a number of works commissioned for her, including by the Minnesota Orchestra with the John Adams Violin Concerto and Ikon of Eros by John Tavener, the latter recorded on Reference Records. Her recording of the complete violin sonatas of Beethoven with the French fortepianist Cyril Huvé was released in 2003 on the Cyprés label. Other recordings include Aaron Jay Kernis' Brilliant Sky, Infinite Sky on CRI, commissioned for Fleezanis by the Schubert Club, and, with Garrick Ohlsson, Stefan Wolpe's Violin Sonata for Koch International. Fleezanis studied at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and the Cleveland Institute of Music.

Podcast
Spookfest 2022 - The Burning

Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 21:22


Today the old man and the Mad Scientist review a slasher CLASSIC from the late 80's! Inspired by the Cropsy murders, The Burning takes us back to Summer Camp where a vicious killer lurks. Is this a Friday the 13th rip-off, or something even better. Check it out and see!

Never Binge Again(tm)
Summer Camp Stories to Help You Stop Overeating

Never Binge Again(tm)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 8:45


CLICK PLAY NOW FOR SUMMER CAMP STORIES TO HELP YOU SEPARATE FROM THE PIG AND STOP OVEREATING!(Transcript Coming Soon!) NEED HELP? 5x/week LIVE support groups, daily email […] הפוסט Summer Camp Stories to Help You Stop Overeating הופיע ראשון בNever Binge Again

The Average Overlanders Podcast
2 podcasts are better than 1 with Rigged For Dirt: The Average Overlanders EP:72

The Average Overlanders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 152:07


We're in for a treat as Ali, owner of Kate the Jeep and a host of Rigged For Dirt Podcast and Summer Camp events stops by to talk about adventures, hosting crazy events, their podcast and what the future might hold.

Damn It, Charlie
Reddit Recap & Being a Summer Camp Counselor | DIC Ep. 27

Damn It, Charlie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 29:03


Kicking things off with a little reddit recap then going over my time as a summer camp counselor.

200churches Podcast: Ministry Encouragement for Pastors of Small Churches
Episode 401 - This Could Be the Greatest Investment in Youth we rarely talk about!

200churches Podcast: Ministry Encouragement for Pastors of Small Churches

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 43:38


This episode is with Andy Dykhouse, the Executive Director for Camp Rivercrest in Nebraska. If you are not involved in the summer camp world, this episode is for YOU! Enjoy it, and then get your kids involved in something that will be absolutely life changing!Check out Camp Rivercrest below, or a great Christian Camp in your neck of the woods.Camp Rivercrest

Sequel Rights
Ep 215 - We're Back!! / The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers Season 2

Sequel Rights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 46:07


We're back after a brief hiatus to bring you a string of exciting Sequel Rights franchise follow-ups!! First up is the premiere of the brand new season of The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers. Will we miss Emilio? Will the kids survive summer camp?! Find out our thoughts on the start of season 2 in this week's brand new episode! ​ ​ GET VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19 https://www.vaccines.gov/ Black Lives Matter Stop AAPI Hate Donate Directly to Stop AAPI Hate https://donate.givedirect.org/?cid=14711 ​ Center for Anti-Racist Research: https://www.bu.edu/antiracist-center/ ​ Colorlines: https://www.colorlines.com/ ​ Star ratings help us build our audience! Please rate/review/subscribe to us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen, and share us with your sauce king and sauce queen! Email us at sequelrights@gmail.com with feedback or suggestions on future franchises!

Building Faith Families with Steve Demme
Podcast 335: Summer Camp for Special Need's Families

Building Faith Families with Steve Demme

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 26:15


This was the report from the Minnesota family camp. » Subscribe on iTunes The post Podcast 335: Summer Camp for Special Need's Families appeared first on Building Faith Families.

Preschool All Stars
65 Students in Summer Camp - with Miranda Rodriguez

Preschool All Stars

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 12:21


If you're unsure of how big your preschool can grow, listen to today's Preschool All Stars story: Miranda Rodriguez started with just 13 students in her online preschool after posting her founding family script. Just 6 months later, she opened her summer camp with 65 students enrolled, and is rolling out many more programs. Listen in to discover how you can grow your programs, too!Enroll in Miranda's preschool today: https://www.clasedecamila.orgPlease rate and review us at Apple Podcasts. (We hope we've earned your 5 stars!)GET MY FREE RESOURCES FOR YOUR PRESCHOOL JOURNEY:❤️ Get my FREE “Start Your Preschool” book (+ $7.95 s&h)❤️ Start my FREE “7 Students in 7 Days” Challenge”❤️ Join my Preschool All Stars membership to get mentorship, support, friendship, and training for every step of your preschool journeyFOLLOW ME ON MY MISSION:

The Day Camp Pod - From Go Camp Pro
Debriefing and Decompressing - with Sam Borek - The Day Camp Pod #75

The Day Camp Pod - From Go Camp Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 45:48


Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/day-camp-pod/debriefing-and-decompressingSummer 2022: A summer of lesson, laughs, and learning opportunities.Summer 2022 is in the books- Woo-Hoo, Congratulations. And by all accounts, it was a helluva lot better than 2021, which ain't saying much. After a more normal school year, our campers and younger staff were a bit more normalized, although you could say that our teachers were a bit frazzled. Anyhow, the kids had a great time- and we're going to talk about some of the lessons learned this past summer with our guest Sam Borek, from Woodmont Day Camp, in New City, NY.Do you read the show notes?  Let us know - click the following link to receive 10% off a lifetime subscription of Go Camp Pro's 5-Minute Fridays. (psst. Even if you don't buy anything, clicking this link will still help!)(click here - https://bit.ly/pod-notes-discount)Review us on iTunes!If you love the Day Camp Pod, we would be grateful if you subscribed and left us a review. It's SUPER easy, too! Just head to http://ratethispodcast.com/dcp-YOUR HOSTS:Andy Pritikin, Owner/Director - Liberty Lake Day CampSam Thompson, Recreation Supervisor - Crystal Lake Park DistrictSam Borek, Camp Owner/Director - Woodmont Day Camp-Sponsors:Thanks to our wonderful sponsors who help make this Go Camp Pro podcast possible:Captivities - https://www.camptivities.com/ Commercial Recreation Specialists (CRS) -  https://crs4rec.com/Please review and subscribe!If you've gotten even one good thing from the Day Camp Pod, we would be so grateful if you left us a review and subscribed to this show in your favourite Podcast app.It's so easy! Just click here: https://ratethispodcast.com/dcp  Thanks, Camp Pro!***Join 5-Minute Fridays today at gocamp.pro/5MF***

It's Time For Coffee
238 Amy Lowe // The Ins & Outs of Summer Camp

It's Time For Coffee

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 37:10


Join your friend Jeanette as she sits down with Amy Lowe. Amy oversees the girls' side of Windshape Summer Camp. Listen in as Amy and Jeanette talk all things camp! Camp prep, saving for summer camp, the importance in our kids lives… all of it. We love us some summer camp where the kids get to have such a fun, semi-independent and transformative experience each year, so enjoy this conversation all about it!Listen to the Moms At Work Podcast https://link.chtbl.com/momsatworkJoin our email community https://bit.ly/3FUVvzG

The Break Room
A Few Kids Short

The Break Room

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 44:04


The Break Room (MONDAY 9/26/22) 7am Hour Includes:  1) This was a very serious situation where, luckily, everything worked out and everyone is okay. Is this mother justified in how she feels? 2) If you accidentally drive your car through the front door of your favorite business, can you ever show your face there again? 3) MULE EXCUSE POST GAME MONDAY - WEEK 3 - BILLS LOSE IN MIAMI

Help and Hope Happen Here
Erin Stern, who received her PHD in Cancer Biology from Harvard University, will talk about the summer camp that she founded called Camp Casco, which welcomes Pediatric Cancer patients to spend one week where they can forget about their cancer battles.

Help and Hope Happen Here

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 53:19


When Erin Stern was a teenager in San Diego, she worked one summer at a camp for Pediatric Cancer patients. Later, she went to Harvard University where she received her PHD in Cancer Biology. While there, she decided to start her own summer camp which she named Camp Casco.  This camp  welcomes children and adolescents ages 7-17 to come for one week during the summer to enjoy all of the activities, meet new friends, and most importantly, be able to spend time having fun and not thinking about all of the protocols that they have to go through while fighting their individual cancer battles.

The DJ Sessions
Maddy O'Neal on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 9/22/22

The DJ Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 58:31


Maddy O'Neal on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 9/22/22 About Maddy O'Neal - The vibe and soul of the Maddy O'Neal project combines soundscapes from all across the spectrum of genre….Rich in texture and atmosphere, her roots in funk and soul shine through in a bed of low end frequencies making for a unique environment for future bass and synth design to lace together.  As a self taught producer and DJ, with a wildly creative upbringing, Maddy's expression was formed by way of soulful melodic overtones, driven basslines, and glitched out hip hop grooves.  Maddy's live performances consist of original compositions, drum pads and an interwoven storyline ranging from down low grimey bangers to shimmery mid tempo vocal bass tracks and head nod disco. Her momentum is unstoppable as she has been touring the country for the last 5 years playing 90+ shows a year spreading her infectious energy from stage to stage. 
  With hits like “Zest Please”; a collaboration with the iconic Clozee that amassed over 2 million spotify plays in just one year, 4 EPs, and her second full length album coming this fall, Maddy's repertoire is ever expanding leaving fan bases across the world wanting more. 
  Maddy O'Neal has played Electric Forest, Camp Bisco, Summer Camp, North Coast, Summer Meltdown, Red Rocks (x3) and many many more. Her touring resume is long and accomplished by supporting such artists as Clozee, Pretty Lights, Big Gigantic, The Floozies, Opiuo, Wreckno, Cherub, SunSquabi, Manic Focus, and more!       About The DJ Sessions - “The DJ Sessions” is a Twitch/Mixcloud "Featured Partner” live streaming/podcast series featuring electronic music DJ's/Producers via live mixes/interviews and streamed/distributed to a global audience. TheDJSessions.com The series constantly places in the “Top Ten” on Twitch Music and the “Top Five” in the “Electronic Music", “DJ", "Dance Music" categories. TDJS is rated in the Top 0.11% of live streaming shows on Twitch out of millions of live streamers. It has also been recognized by Apple twice as a "New and Noteworthy” podcast and featured three times in the Apple Music Store video podcast section. UStream and Livestream have also listed the series as a "Featured" stream on their platforms since its inception.  The series is also streamed live to multiple other platforms and hosted on several podcast sites. It has a combined live streaming/podcast audience is over 125,000 viewers per week. With over 2,300 episodes produced over the last 12 years "The DJ Sessions" has featured international artists such as: BT, Youngr, Sevenn, Boris, MJ Cole, Lady Waks, Arty/Alpha 9, Miri Ben-Ari, DJ Ruby, DJ Colette, Nima Gorji, Kaspar Tasane, Andy Caldwell, Party Shirt, Plastik Funk, Michael Anthony, Kidd Mike, Inkfish, DJ Tiger, They Kiss, Downupright, Harry "the Bigdog" Jamison, ENDO, John Tejada, Superstar DJ Keoki, Crystal Waters, Swedish Egil, Martin Eyerer, Dezarate, Inkfish, Kidd Mike, Michael Anthony, They Kiss, Downupright, Harry “the Bigdog” Jamison, DJ Tiger, DJ Aleksandra, 22Bullets, Carlo Astuti, Mr Jammer, Kevin Krissen, Amir Sharara, Coke Beats, Danny Darko, DJ Platurn, Tyler Stone, Chris Coco, Purple Fly, Dan Marciano, Johan Blende, Amber Long, Robot Koch, Saeed Younan, Robert Babicz, KHAG3, Elohim, Hausman, Jaxx & Vega, Yves V, Ayokay, Leandro Da Silva, The Space Brothers, Jarod Glawe, Jens Lissat, Lotus, Beard-o-Bees, Luke the Knife, Alex Bau, Arroyo Low, Camo & Crooked, ANG, Amon Tobin, Voicians, Florian Kruse, Dave Summit, Bingo Players, Coke Beats, MiMOSA, Drasen, Yves LaRock, Ray Okpara, Lindsey Stirling, Mako, Distinct, Still Life, Saint Kidyaki, Brothers, Heiko Laux, Retroid, Piem, Tocadisco, Nakadia, Protoculture, Sebastian Bronk, Toronto is Broken, Teddy Cream, Mizeyesis, Simon Patterson, Morgan Page, Jes, Cut Chemist, The Him, Judge Jules, DubFX, Thievery Corporation, SNBRN, Bjorn Akesson, Alchimyst, Sander Van Dorn, Rudosa, Hollaphonic, DJs From Mars, GAWP, Somna, David Morales, Roxanne, JB & Scooba, Spektral, Kissy Sell Out, Massimo Vivona, Moullinex, Futuristic Polar Bears, ManyFew, Joe Stone, Reboot, Truncate, Scotty Boy, Doctor Nieman, Jody Wisternoff, Thousand Fingers, Benny Bennasi, Dance Loud, Christopher Lawrence, Oliver Twizt, Ricardo Torres, Patricia Baloge, Alex Harrington, 4 Strings, Sunshine Jones, Elite Force, Revolvr, Kenneth Thomas, Paul Oakenfold, George Acosta, Reid Speed, TyDi, Donald Glaude, Jimbo, Ricardo Torres, Hotel Garuda, Bryn Liedl, Rodg, Kems, Mr. Sam, Steve Aoki, Funtcase, Dirtyloud, Marco Bailey, Dirtmonkey, The Crystal Method, Beltek, Darin Epsilon, Kyau & Albert, Kutski, Vaski, Moguai, Blackliquid, Sunny Lax, Matt Darey, and many more. In addition to featuring international artists TDJS focuses on local talent based on the US West Coast. Hundreds of local DJ's have been featured on the show along with top industry professionals. We have recently launched v3.1 our website that now features our current live streams/past episodes in a much more user-friendly mobile/social environment. In addition to the new site, there is a mobile app (Apple/Android) and VR Nightclubs (Oculus).   About The DJ Sessions Event Services - TDJSES is a WA State Non-profit charitable organization that's main purpose is to provide music, art, fashion, dance, and entertainment to local and regional communities via events and video production programming distributed via live and archival viewing. For all press inquiries regarding “The DJ Sessions”, or to schedule an interview with Darran Bruce, please contact us at info@thedjsessions.

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The 42 Podcast
092 College Life

The 42 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 61:46


Intro/Outro Signal to Noise By Scott Buckley  Facebook Email: Badtheologyproductions@gmail.com Camp Seneca Hills  

Camp Adventure
Lost At Sea

Camp Adventure

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 19:14


What causes the strange disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle? Today, Ben shares a campfire story about why all those planes, boats, and people might go missing into the great unknown.* Share your camp adventures on social media using #AKCAsummer or write to us at listen@akidsco.com. We love, love, love hearing from you.Follow the show on Apple Podcasts or wherever podcasts are found and check out other podcasts made for kids just like you by visiting akidsco.com. While you're there, be sure to check out Ben's book, A Kids Book About Adventure.