Is your child spending excessive time gaming, scrolling through social media, or watching online videos? Worry no more! Join us as Michael Jacobus discusses a digital detox program to help children thrive in today's digital world. Tune in to hear valuable insights on how you can assist your kids in regulating their screen time and fostering a healthier relationship with technology. Key takeaways to listen for Reset Summer Camp: Their origin, goals, and dynamic youth development approach Telltale signs your teen might need a digital detox How video games are designed to be addictive Strategies to guide and regulate your teen's screen time Key points to encourage teens to join tech detox summer camps Resources Are you concerned about your teen's screen time habits? Go to https://www.resetsummercamp.com and download our "Top 8 Signs Your Teen is at Risk of Technology Addiction" document for FREE! Dive into a life of growth, balance, and adventure for your kids with Reset Summer Camp. Visit www.resetsummercamp.com and use promo code "18summers" to enjoy an exclusive 10% off on our basic and premium courses - enroll now! About Michael Jacobus Michael is a camp professional with over 30 years of experience in youth development and leadership training. In 2018, he made a significant impact by pioneering the world's first clinical summer camp program dedicated to addressing unhealthy screen time habits, social media, and gaming addiction. He also shares his expertise in youth development as a speaker and facilitator for the American Camp Association. Michael's extensive background includes working in program, administration, and development roles for organizations such as the Boy Scouts, various non-profits, church groups, and private camps. Notably, he represented Global Camps Africa while working with HIV-affected youth in Soweto, South Africa. His multifaceted experiences make him a valuable contributor to the field of camp professionalism and youth development. Connect with Michael Website: Reset Summer Camp LinkedIn: Michael Jacobus Connect with Us To learn more about us, visit our website at www.18summers.com or email us at email@example.com. To get a copy of our book “The Family Board Meeting”, click here. Subscribe to 18 Summers Podcast and leave a rating and written review! Social Media Channels Facebook Group: 18 Summers LinkedIn: Jimmy Sheils Instagram: @18summerstribe
GC13 and David discuss The Legs from Summer Camp Island. Summer Camp Island, here we are! It's time to discuss the sixth and final season, and we're starting up on a story arc. This episode gets us started with the story slowly, but there's a lot of friendship Oscar and Hedgehog have—enough to get them a … Continue reading
Pranks! Mystery! Storytelling! Oh my! Tune in for a fun conversation with Jeremy Enns, host and creator of the podcast series Summer Camp: The Case of the Phantom Pooper. Show notes: Listen to Summer Camp: The Case of the Phantom Pooper Summer Camp: The Case of the Phantom Pooper on Instagram The Open Road Podcast TheOpenRoadProject on YouTube
Signe White — Executive Director of Camp Perkins and National Lutheran Outdoors Ministry Association (NLOMA) Joint Recruitment Chair, and Chase "Telli" Crawford, former Summer Camp counselor and current Camp Perkins staff member, join Andy and Sarah to talk about how camp is a formative experience for youth, Telli's story of camp and how it shaped how she wants to serve in the future, how young adults serve at camp, and what positions are available for summer 2024. Learn more about NLOMA and camp employment opportunities at nloma.org.
This Vision Sunday message will give you a glimpse into what God is calling Liquid Church to do in 2024. What we do today will matter in 100 years and for all of eternity. You can leave a legacy and our work begins today. As a church, we have four areas we want to focus on in 2024. The first is a focus on the Next Generation with the launch of a Pathways Learning Academy in our Parsippany building. This daycare will serve children from the ages of 0-5 Monday through Thursday. Our goal is to provide safe, high quality childcare based on the STEAM curriculum (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics). In addition we have a passion to introduce our littlest ones to a Bible-based, Christian worldview in a fath-friendly environment. One of our second goals, also focused on the Next Generation, is to create a Summer Camp for kids, which we call Camp Rock. Our dream is to provide a world-class Creative Arts Camp for children aged 6-14 that is Christ-centered, Bible-based, and leverages the arts (music, theater, voice, dance, graphic design) to reach the hearts and minds of the next generation. Our third initiative will be Marketplace Mentoring, where students from the ages of 15-21 will be paired up with a mentor who will connect your Monday-Friday marketplace success to ministry significance, and become a spiritual father or mother to the Next Gen. And, as always, we are committed to global outreach. We will be breaking ground in a brand new country this year to bring fresh, clean drinking water to the people of Zambia, where we will bring God's Word to children with special needs. The water crisis in Africa disproportionately affects women and children who are responsible for fetching water from contaminated sources. Each day 2,300 children die from drinking dirty water and contracting Cholera, Dysentery and Typhoid. We also want to build two churches in Zambia where God's Word can be taught. Watch this message from Pastor Tim Lucas to see what Liquid Church has in store for 2024, and consider how you can help leave a legacy for generations to come. #VisionSunday #Faith #CampRock #NextGen #CleanWater #Zambia #Legacy #Mentor #ChristCentered #BibleBased #MarketplaceMentor #Prayer #Trust #God #Jesus #Christianity #ChristianChurch #LiquidChurch #LeaveALegacy #VisionForTheFuture
Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/first-class-counsellors/meet-your-camp-director-1Part 1 - What we got wrong…Just who is that person walking around with a clipboard all day?To most Camp Counselors, the Camp Director is a strange and mythical creature. They're like a teacher…but completely different. They're like a boss…but definitely not in the traditional sense.So who are they?In this first of a series of episodes, we break down some of the assumptions we had about our Camp Directors growing up, and now, 15(ish) years later, what was (and mostly wasn't) correct about those assumptions.Here are some of the assumptions we cover:Is my Director judging every singly thing I do? Are they going to fire me for messing up?I bet they are too busy to help me.All they think about is camp. They definitely don't have a life outside of camp.All they care about is money!They are the WORST communicatorsHave you ever had any of those thoughts about your Camp Director? Then this episode is for you!E.G.E.L - Ever Growing Ever LearningLevel up your Camp Counselor skills with these resources!Oliver: 3 tips for all camp schedule making - Timely- give it out early1-page storyDelivery dress upMatt: Trust Tube from Ultimate Camp Resource https://ultimatecampresource.com/team-building-activities/trust-activities/trust-tube/-Thanks to our sponsor!Ultimate Camp ResourceVisit UltimateCampResource.com for 1,000+ free camp games, songs, skits, activities, and more! Follow us on social at fb: ulticamp | IG: ultimatecampresource | TT: ultimatecampresource | YT: ultimatecampresource. Download a free games e-book here: https://itsacampthing.com/collections/e-books/products/40-camp-games-pdf
Find full show notes and links at: https://www.camphacker.tv/camp-code/creating-productive-transitions-when-employees-leave-or-you-leaveCreating Productive Transitions When Employees Leave or You Leave - with Colette Marquardt-In the world of Summer Camp, staff members come and go every year. How can we make these transitions both positive and productive. Join us and our guest, Colette Marquardt, Executive Director of ACA Illinois, to find out!- 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 Colette Marquardt-As a Director, always be IN the training. Do your best to remain engaged as it allows you to role model what your expect of your staff throughout the summer. Build your staff training around your schedule, to ensure you do not miss key leaning opportunities. Special Guest:Colette Marquardt , Chief Executive Officer, American Camp Association-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 Phil in a conversation with Chris Wiley, from The Story School, as they delve into the world of Live Action Role-Playing (LARPing) and how Chris has seen growth in the campers that attend. Chris passionately shares the many social and educational benefits hidden within this unique and immersive experience. From fostering creativity and problem-solving to building strong communities, LARPing has much to offer for both participants and educators. Learn more about The Story School - https://www.thestoryschool.org/ Connect with Chris - firstname.lastname@example.org Music and sound effects - epidemicsound.com
In this episode, Josh and Taylor introduce the theme for Summer Camp 2024: Worthy. Main Verse: Revelation 5:9 - Worthy are you to take the scroll and to open its seals, for you were slain, and by your blood you ransomed people for God from every tribe and language and people and nation. Jesus is worthy of worship because... Monday - Jesus is God Tuesday - Jesus is Light Wednesday - Jesus is Life Thursday - Jesus is Truth Friday - Jesus is King Registration for summer camp is now open! Visit our summer camp website for more information. For more information about Hidden Acres Christian Center, visit hacamps.org, call our office at 515-547-2751, send an email to email@example.com, or look us up on social media. Music Credit: Life by Roa https://soundcloud.com/roa_music1031 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hacamps/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hacamps/support
This week Magnum and Izzo dive into Bohemian Grove, a strange all-male summer camp of ultra-elites that party hard and perform a mock-human sacrifice to a large stone owl. For real... ⟁ PATREON www.patreon.com/theswervepodcast ⟁ WEBSITE www.theswervepodcast.com ⟁ SPOTIFY: https://tinyurl.com/y6b85kse ⟁ APPLE: https://tinyurl.com/3kp9kj5w ⟁ ANCHOR: https://anchor.fm/the-swerve-podcast ⟁ INSTAGRAM: https://tinyurl.com/2j49x9m4 ⟁ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Swerve_Podcast ⟁ FACEBOOK: https://tinyurl.com/y8wezu57
In this episode, John talks with Flynn Skidmore about how he runs his therapy practice like it's a summer camp. Flynn Skidmore spends his days like he's at summer camp, running a therapy practice where he helps people understand and get what they want in relationships and business. He creates some of the simplest, clearest, most whoa-I-hadn't-thought-of-it-like-that personal development content out there. What Flynn is most proud of is the way he cares for and listens to his online community, and the remarkable outcomes his clients experience. You can find out more about his practice here: https://www.flynnskidmore.com This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/angry and start building a better relationship with yourself.Roughly ten minutes of self help in a shot glass. If you're looking for a wine glass, you've come to the wrong place. Marriage family therapist and best-selling author, John Kim, shares his life and love revelations as well as insights from his sessions. He pulls the curtain back and documents his journey as a therapist but more importantly, as a human being. Meet him at -> https://www.theangrytherapist.com Join his private communities -> https://theangrytherapist.circle.so/home Get his daily texts here -> https://www.theangrytherapist.com/text
The Sponsors We want to thank Underground Printing for starting this and making it possible—stop by and pick up some gear, check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com, or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, Matt Demorest - Realtor and Lender, Human Element, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, Winewood Organics, Sharon's Heating & Air Conditioning, SignalWire where we recorded this, and introducing to the podcast, Autograph: Rewarding Fans, who just launched an app where you earn rewards for things like reading MGoBlog and listening to our podcast. Featured Musician: Joe Hertler & the Rainbow Seekers The Video: [After THE JUMP: The things said.] --------------------- 1. Sign Stealing Scandal-Like Substance starts at the top The more facts begin to overtake wishcasting the better off Michigan looks. No news but the bullshit level has gone up considerably as Big Ten coaches take the opportunity afforded by media sensationalism to get the Big Ten to punish Harbaugh before there's an investigation. Why? Probably because Michigan's own investigation determined they're in the clear to give Harbaugh a major contract. So either they're such idiots they actually believe Connor Stalions is the reason Michigan won so many games in 2021-'23, or they're smart enough to realize the results of an investigation won't match their preferred outcome. MSU's AD is one of two people willing to put their names to the pearl-clutching, and he's saying he's worried about the health and safety of his players, which shows you exactly how unserious the people trying to make this serious are. 2. Purdue Preview: Defense starts at 16:43 Ryan Walters brings his 5-1 "no-name" defense. They have two good pass rushers who are too big to drop into coverage, which they do on 40% of passing snaps. They bring five a lot, vary things by looping and bringing cornerbacks. Main structure is man everything: 5 DL for 5 OL, LBs or safeties for everyone in the backfield, and Cover 1 behind it. Giving up lots of yards because they tried to play this with Ohio State. Two best players in the secondary are true freshmen because it's a Year Zero situation. 3. Purdue Preview: Offense starts at 31:45 Fourth straight quarterback that Alex cyan'd, but this is on the better end of the cyan quarterbacks and maybe not fair because you took Card out of an offense where he got to pass to the most talented receiver in America to not that. Still have Devin Mockobee who will hurdle fools but also fumble, so they're using Tyrone Tracy, the former Iowa WR, as their guy. Tackles went from bad to worse over injuries, which limits their ability to run the ball unless you let them double your DTs with stretch zone using three good interior OL. 4. MSU After Review starts at 42:47 New level of Seeing It from JJ McCarthy, still not seeing it from the running backs. Good game for Drake Nugent—haven't had a chance to chart him much before now but he did a great job handling MSU's twist blitzes. Defensively Michigan used MSU's unpreparedness against them, getting them to fall into easy traps. Often it was players causing these by seeing something and making calls or shifting where they stand. MSU was having someone run in plays for a bit then gave it up because it was stupid. About the Featured Musician: JOE HERTLER & THE RAINBOW SEEKERS This year we are partnering with The Blind Pig for bumper music, since that's where I've seen most of the bands I've been pushing anyways. This is the week we're featuring the grooves of Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers, who will be playing two back to back shows at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor on November 10th & 11th. I just love the energy of this band—wife and I have been shaking our shoulders from our opposite desks all day as I've had these guys on mix. They've played Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, and Summer Camp, but eluded me until I saw them on the Pig's schedule. Since then I leared Hertler and guitarist Ryan Hoger had a Motown-influenced thing going until they lucked into musical prodigy/plays everything Micah Bracken to find their sound, adding a saxophonist and drummer to complete the set. I haven't seen them live but they're supposedly one of the most entertaining groups that play around here so that'll have to change soon. Song choices: What I Want Old Love Find Me Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat
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Shelly shares stories of Editing Izombie and Bodies (which is now a new Netflix TV Series) and talks about her new creator owned series looking back at the weirdness of summer camp.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3143082/advertisement
Find full show notes and links at: https://www.camphacker.tv/camp-code/post-pandemic-parentsParents, Caregivers, Camper's, Grownups, How Have THEY changed since the pandemic?Just as our campers have undergone a serious shift post-pandemic, so too have the caregivers.We're back to pick Gabz's brain to hear more about the summer of 2024 at Camp Ouareau and how she's looking to 2024 with a new lens.If you missed part 1 - check it out here: https://www.camphacker.tv/camp-code/kids-these-days Whether your summer felt like a success or not - these episodes will help you not only hear the raw honesty of a fellow camp director, but will help you start thinking about what you can do now to make summer 2024 excellent.-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 Beth AllisonA good mindset to have (especially with parents) - that difficult people all have a story. Stop seeing parents as an issue to deal with and start seeing them as people to fight for.-Your Hosts:Beth Allison, Camp Consultant - Go Camp ProRuby Compton, Chief Exploration Officer - Ruby OutdoorsGabrielle Raill, Camp Director - Camp Ouareau-Thanks to our sponsor…UltraCampImagine camp registration software that actually gives you MORE time for what you love - CAMP! With UltraCamp, you can effortlessly track attendance, manage staff, streamline registration, and more. Explore now at ultracampmanagement.com/campcode.
Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/first-class-counsellors/campers-first-It's not that you come second…well…it kind of is...Camp counselors are special. Not just because of all the incredible skills you learn and teach, but because it's one of the only jobs that requires you to prioritize the health and experience of kids in your care - all day. This isn't easy. It takes a special type of person to do the job.People call it different things. Putting Campers First, The “Why” of Summer Camp, FTK or “For the Kids” - but whatever you call it, it's the core of not only what we do, but why we do it.In this episode, we cover:The mindset that directors have when they give the “Campers First” expectationWhat you need to have prepared before you commit to the Camper First mindsetIs it inherently a personal sacrifice to put campers first?What does putting campers first actually look like in practice?This is required listening for every camp counselor.-E.G.E.L - Ever Growing Ever LearningOliver: Tower topper - Stand in a circle a little more than arms width from each other. Each person gets a cone; there should be one extra cone in the circle. One person stands in the middle of the circle. Campers chop their feet. When they feel ready they need to run to another cone. It can be any open cone. If they get to that cone they get a point. If the cone is knocked over by the person in the middle gets 5pts or you can just switch the people. Matt: Double Dice! From Ultimate Camp Resource-Thanks to our sponsor!Ultimate Camp ResourceVisit UltimateCampResource.com for 1,000+ free camp games, songs, skits, activities, and more! Follow us on social at fb: ulticamp | IG: ultimatecampresource | TT: ultimatecampresource | YT: ultimatecampresource. Download a free games e-book here: https://itsacampthing.com/collections/e-books/products/40-camp-games-pdf
This week the girls go to sleepaway camp and but will they make it out alive? Talking about the trope of Summer Camp in horror, the girls discuss: Dead of Summer, Friday the 13th (1980), Scooby Doo! Camp Scare, and Final Girls among other things that go bump in the night in the woods.Find Us Everywhere
When Black Pumas released their self-titled debut, we had the guys on the show to talk about it. Now, three years later, I spoke with singer Eric Burton about their long-awaited followup, Chronicles Of A Diamond, which is out this week. That conversation was recorded live on stage back in August at the Hotel Monteleone in the heart of New Orleans for RSD's Summer Camp. Record Store Day co-founder Carrie Colliton gives us another update on some of the releases listed for RSD Black Friday (November 24). Go to RecordStoreDay.com for the latest information on all things Record Store Day. Paul also says a few words about two musical heroes who passed away since our last episode, jazz visionary Carla Bley, and Tulsa's power pop journeyman Dwight Twilley. The Record Store Day Podcast is written, produced, engineered, and hosted by Paul Myers, who also composed the theme and selected interstitial music. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley Turntables. Please consider subscribing to our podcast and telling all your record buying and or music loving friends about us, we're still growing and appreciate every single listener.
Ali, Ashley, Eric, Kelly and Jordan get together to recap about our epic multi-day trip, the Fast Friends Fieldtrip. Basically a scaled back and constantly moving version of Summer Camp. And we're joined by our friend Jordan Kepler of Sasquatch Survival Gear/resident knife maker/blacksmith/comic relief, who takes us to one of his favorite spots overlooking wine country. Just good times, good food, obligatory beers and good Friends.
Dirty Funky Bass Music but make it pretty. The vibe and soul of the Maddy O'Neal project combines soundscapes from all across the spectrum of genres…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 tie it all together. Hailing from Denver, Colorado you can hear the direct electro soul inspiration sprinkled in her productions but she has managed to carve out her own unique lane within the bass community. 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, a massive sophomore LP “Ricochet” in 2022 followed by 2 volumes of remix albums, Maddy's repertoire is ever expanding leaving fan bases across the world wanting more. Maddy O'Neal has played Coachella, Lollapalooza, Lost Lands, Electric Forest, Envision, Summer Camp, North Coast, Red Rocks (x3) and many many more. Her touring resume is long and accomplished by supporting such artists as Clozee, Pretty Lights, Griz, Big Gigantic, Liquid Stranger, The Floozies, Opiuo, Wreckno, STS9, Manic Focus, and more!Upcoming notable summer festival performances include highlights such as Bonnaroo, Cascade, SSBD, Sonic Bloom and more. To learn more visit: https://www.maddyonealmusic.com/ This episode was brought to you by VitaPlur & Lunchbox Packs. Lunchbox Packs is the original anti-theft hydration pack, purpose built for live events, festivals, and life adventures. Use code: "LIZZYJANE" (all caps) for 15$ off any hydration pack online and use code "LIZZYJ" for 5$ off any snackpack online. https://www.lunchboxpacks.com/ VitaPLUR E-Boost Gum is a first of its kind rave supplement that provides magnesium, electrolytes and antioxidants sublingually while you chew! With no pills to take or annoying powders to mix VitaPLUR E-Boost gum is the perfect complement to your active lifestyle. Use code: "LIZZYJANE" (all caps) at check out for 10% off any item at https://www.vitaplur.io/
A chilling tale of a malevolent spirit who terrorized a young Scout year after year after year. A Beautiful Devil, multiple haunted houses, a bizarre time slip and much more on this edition of Campfire! Please share the show with your friends! --- Please support our great sponsors as they make our free podcasts possible! -BetterHelp- Jim Harold's Campfire is sponsored by BetterHelp. BetterHelp is professional therapy done online, available to people worldwide. They have a special offer for my listeners: get 10% off your first month at BetterHelp.com/jimharold -Firstleaf- Wine exploration without guesswork. Give your palate what it really wants with Firstleaf. Go to Try https://Firstleaf.com/CAMPFIRE to sign up and you'll get your first SIX hand-curated bottles for just $44.95. -RocketMoney- Stop wasting money on things you don't use. Cancel your unwanted subscriptions – and manage your money the easy way – by going to RocketMoney.com/campfire TRANSCRIPT LINK TO FULL TRANSCRIPT: https://jimharold.com/summer-camp-spirit-jim-harolds-campfire-627/ -- For more information on our podcast data policy CLICK HERE
This is Q&A with Adult Supervision: Kohta Ueno. Kohta is so efficient we nailed SIX building enclosure questions: Listener Gagan - reconfiguring existing walls with new control layers; Listener Bill: the need for dedicated vent space with vertical metal siding on ICF walls; Listener Michael - rainscreens for roofs instead of walls; Listener Sean - best detail for using mineral wool (exterior continuous rigid insulation) on a roof; Listener Miles - hip roof in Arkansas best practice: vented roof, vented attic, what type of insulation; Pete asks Kohta's cut on ORNL's new BuildingScienceAdvisor.Pete's Resource(s):1. How to Look at a House Like a Building Scientist (Part 1 - Air) - https://www.greenbuildingadvisor.com/?s=how+to+look+at+a+house+like+a+building+scientist2. How to Look at a House Like a Building Scientist (Part 2 - Heat) - https://www.greenbuildingadvisor.com/article/how-to-look-at-a-house-like-a-building-scientist-part-2-heat3. How to Look at a House Like a Building Scientist (Part 3 -Temperature, Humidity & HVAC) - https://www.greenbuildingadvisor.com/article/how-to-look-at-a-house-like-a-building-scientist-part-3-temperature-humidity-and-hvac-systems4. How to Look at a House Like a Building Scientist (Part 4 - Water) - https://www.greenbuildingadvisor.com/article/how-to-look-at-a-house-like-a-building-scientist-part-4-water5. Building Science Advisor: https://bsa.ornl.gov
Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/campcode/kids-these-daysCan you really prepare for post-pandemic children?To kick off season 11 of Camp Code, Beth and Gabz take the time to debrief the summer at Ouareau. Part one will focus on the campers - what Gabz and her team did to meet the needs of campers (and the staff) and be successful.Whether your summer felt like a success or not - these episodes will help you not only hear the raw honesty of a fellow camp director, but will help you start thinking about what you can do now to make summer 2024 excellent.Tune in to hear about the changes Gabz made to leadership training in 2023 to be able to better support campers and how did she have to pivot once campers arrived and she was met with their needs?-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 RaillAlso a brother-sister tip! If you have access to a freezer, get some fun ice-cube molds! It's a fun and silly way to add some joy and take care of people. Who doesn't love some a cool-burst in their water-bottle!-Your Hosts:Beth Allison, Camp Consultant - Go Camp ProRuby Compton, Chief Exploration Officer - Ruby OutdoorsGabrielle Raill, Camp Director - Camp Ouareau-Thanks to our sponsor…UltraCampImagine camp registration software that actually gives you MORE time for what you love - CAMP! With UltraCamp, you can effortlessly track attendance, manage staff, streamline registration, and more. Explore now at ultracampmanagement.com/campcode.
Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/first-class-counsellors/campers-and-staff-these-daysWelcome back! How was your summer?We're so grateful to have you folks join us for another season of First Class Counselors. In this episode, Oliver and Matt share a bit about their summers, and what they're thinking about going into the 2024 season.Topics:How would you describe your summer in 3 words?Share a favourite story from the summerWhat are some of the trends and interesting things we noticed about campers and staff this summer?What are some of the episodes we're thinking about for season 6 of First Class Counselors?-E.G.E.L - Ever Growing Ever LearningOliver: Blind Taste Test Trend at CampMatt: Get a headlamp + digital watch - tools of the trade!-Thanks to our sponsor!Ultimate Camp ResourceVisit UltimateCampResource.com for 1,000+ free camp games, songs, skits, activities, and more! Follow us on social at fb: ulticamp | IG: ultimatecampresource | TT: ultimatecampresource | YT: ultimatecampresource. Download a free games e-book here: https://itsacampthing.com/collections/e-books/products/40-camp-games-pdf
Friday the 13th - Episode 265: Did you know a young boy drowned the year this Podcast was created? The Podcasters weren't paying any attention... They were making love while that young boy drowned. His name was Jason - and his death kicked off one of the biggest horror franchises of all time, Friday the 13th! Spooktober continues so we put on our favorite blue sweaters and hope we don't take an axe to the head as we head to Camp Crystal Lake to talk about the slasher classic on Normies Like Us! @NormiesLikeUs https://www.instagram.com/normieslikeus/ @jacob https://www.instagram.com/jacob/ @JoeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/joehasinsta/ @MikeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/mikehasinsta/ https://letterboxd.com/BabblingBrooksy/ https://letterboxd.com/hobbes72/ https://letterboxd.com/mikejromans/
Did you ever get to go away for Summer Camp? This and many more questions arise after revisiting this classic Horror Slasher Sleepaway Camp! Don't miss it as I'm joined by my podsquad horror homies Rysk and Illusive all month long as we kick off this brand new horror series Slashing Prices! Come for the s'mores, stay for the blood curdling screams! Check it out now! *Released the weekend of 10/6/2023
Jason Leech is a keyboardist, producer, and writer based out of Louisville, KY. He has been studying, performing, and teaching music for most of his life and performs piano and synths over a variety of electronic beats. Jason's approach to performing is to change the way people experience electronic music. In 2014, Jason began experimenting with his own style of music by playing the piano over his original remixes of his favorite EDM songs. Combining all of what made him feel alive, Jason recorded and uploaded his performances. He immediately received positive feedback from fans and the original artists who created the music he remixed. His videos have been uploaded by artists such as Excision, Zeds Dead GRiZ, Big Gigantic Rezz, RL Grime, NGHTMRE, ILLENIUM, Alison Wonderland, CloZee, and many more. Since debuting his live show in 2017, Jason has performed his live keyboard set at Electric Forest, Hulaween, Lost Lands, Secret Dreams, Summer Camp, and Big Gigantic's Rowdytown at Red Rocks. Jason recently has toured with artists like The Floozies, Moon Hooch, and is preparing for a Fall/Winter 2023 tour with Sunsquabi. To learn more visit: www.jasonleechmusic.com This episode was brought to you by VitaPlur & Lunchbox Packs. Lunchbox Packs is the original anti-theft hydration pack, purpose built for live events, festivals, and life adventures. Use code: "LIZZYJANE" (all caps) for 15$ off any hydration pack online and use code "LIZZYJ" for 5$ off any snackpack online. https://www.lunchboxpacks.com/ VitaPLUR E-Boost Gum is a first of its kind rave supplement that provides magnesium, electrolytes and antioxidants sublingually while you chew! With no pills to take or annoying powders to mix VitaPLUR E-Boost gum is the perfect complement to your active lifestyle. Use code: "LIZZYJANE" (all caps) at check out for 10% off any item at https://www.vitaplur.io/
Today we are joined by Joann Malta-Weingard and Gary Resendes from the Luso-American Education Foundation (LAEF) Cultural Youth Summer Camp. The first Youth Cultural Summer Camp was held in 1998 at UC Santa Cruz. Since that time, summer camps have been held at 13 different University of California colleges, California State colleges and private colleges and universities. Hundreds of students, ages 12 to 17, have attended summer camp since 1998. Students learn about academic offerings, course selections, student housing, residential life, financial aid, scholarships, college applications and enrollment procedures. They also learn about Portugal, Portuguese language, culture, literature, arts, history, music, dance, and Portuguese food. All while living in a college dorm on campus. For more information visit https://luso-american.org/education/ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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It ain't fall 'til September 23rd y'all. Hold onto sweet, scary summer for one more day by joining your resident basement girls Steph Grossman and Bianca Pérez in their discussion about the summer camp horror film that started it all: the original FRIDAY THE 13TH. Topics include a brief history of summer camp, the "whodunnit" aspect of the film, Steph's despise of Neddy, cozy horror, feminist subtext, final girls, motherhood, and how the famous "ch ch ch ah ah ah" sound is actually a remix of "kill kill kill ma ma ma" (really! That's what it says!). We also answer questions and comments from a few listeners who also happen to be authors: William Jensen, Brendan Deneen, and Amy Gentry. SHOW NOTES "Summer Camp Has Always Been About Escaping Modern Life" by Livia Gershon | daily.jstor.org/history-summer-camp "Camp Cool, Not School Cool" episode of the Binchtopia Podcast | audacy.com/podcast/binchtopia-42372/episodes/camp-cool-not-school-cool-9a207 ADDITIONAL SHOW NOTES Gemini Gospel | Bianca Pérez's debut poetry chapbook, published by Host Publications hostpublications.com/products/gemini-gospel. Can't buy right now? Shelve it on Goodreads! "Likeness" | Steph Grossman's latest horror-tinged short story, published in Joyland Magazine. Free to read. Bitly link: bit.ly/mirrorstory Basement Girls Podcast Store on Bookshop.org | bookshop.org/shop/basementgirls --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/basementgirls/support
While summer may be officially over, talking about it had just begun! Some of our favorite movies are about summer camp, and this week we sit around the campfire with camping expert Andrew Keener as he spins yarns about all the fun science that you need to know while surviving outdoors. From Friday the 13th, […]
While summer may be officially over, talking about it had just begun! Some of our favorite movies are about summer camp, and this week we sit around the campfire with camping expert Andrew Keener as he spins yarns about all the fun science that you need to know while surviving outdoors. From Friday the 13th, […]
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On this episode we start Halloween a bit early with Friday the 13th part 1, and yes, we will be doing the whole franchise!#horror #death #murder #fridaythe13th #scary #spooky #slasher #mask #SeanSCunningham #Voorhees #jason #CampCrystalLake #BetsyPalmer #AdrienneKing#KevinBacon #JeannineTaylor #RobbiMorgan #HarryCrosby #LaurieBartram #MarkNelson #PeterBrouwer #VictorMiller #RonKurzCheck out:https://discord.gg/S6Tjpqyp3STalesfromthepodcast.comhttp://linktr.ee/skewereduniversepodcasthappyhournewsteam.comAnd can contact me through my and email us here at email@example.comWant to create live streams like this? Check out StreamYard: https://streamyard.com/pal/d/4805130374610944This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3503642/advertisement
In 2013's The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Walter is a quiet outsider with an active fantasy life but not much of a real life beyond his job. But through the movie (and in service of his work) he embraces a great adventure and grows in the process. Comedian Myq Kaplan relates to both versions of Walter -- the awkward, quiet creative mind and the self-assured, evolved adventurer. And in today's episode, he tells Jordan why.Then, Jordan has one quick thing aboutwww.myqkaplan.com***With Jordan Crucchiola and Myq Kaplan
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CAMP MAKEOVER MONTAGE IN SESSION! Get your tube socks rolled up to your knees and your dolphin shorts hiked up even higher, because Makeover Montage is back from our summer vacation! Before we officially enter our Fall Goth era, we're saying buh-bye to the summer with a lil catch-up episode. Marie and Blaire talk about what they've been watching (Girlfriends, The Summer I Turned Pretty), what they've been shopping (warning: controversial), Halloween hauls, and round up their favorite summer and camp movie fashion icons. (Do we have any fellow Camp Cucamonga fans out there?) For visuals of the costumes, follow us on: Instagram at @makeovermontagepodcast TikTok at @makeovermontagepodcast Follow Marie on Instagram and Blaire on Instagram To request a movie for us to cover, DM us on Insta or hit us up at makeovermontagepod[at]gmail.com. Call us at our sexy new hotline: (323) 487-2383. We wanna hear from you!
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Get ready to level up your event planning game! Phil Mershon, Director of Experience and the author of "Unforgettable: The Art and Science of Creating Memorable Experiences", spills the secrets to creating events that attendees can't stop talking about. Want to know how to make even a toothbrush make a lasting impression? Or how to use music to turn your event into a symphony of networking and engagement? From mastering Experience Design to dodging the most common event planning pitfalls, Phil covers it all. Pre-event buzz, Zoom hacks, you name it—this is the playbook for creating a true "Summer Camp" for your industry. Don't miss it!What You'll Learn: Unforgettable Event Planning StrategiesThe Impact of Inflation on Modern EventsMastery of Experience Design for Event SuccessTypes of Networking: Unlocking Connection PotentialRole of Music in Enhancing Event EngagementBridging Speakers and Audience ExperienceHow They Use Toothbrushes to Make the Event BetterMust-Ask Questions for Event Attendee RetentionWhy Anti-Social Media Rooms Are Game-ChangersHow to Build Connection Using Your Sales PageConnecting People BEFORE the EventHow to Create "Bread" Ahead of TimeActivating Clients Ahead of Your EventCreating an Industry-Specific "Summer Camp" ExperienceAudience Evolution and Micro-CommunitiesMarketing Focus Areas Every Event Planner Should KnowThe Two Big Mistakes That Events MakeConnect with Phil Mershon:Website Website 2 LinkedIn BookResources:Connect with IanDownload a Tackle Box!Supercharge your marketing and grow your business with video case stories today!Book a Discovery Call Today with Our ExpertsSubscribe to the YouTube Channel Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
President Biden welcomed the men in an effort to foster unity as the United States works to counter China's influence in the region. And Alabama is once again in court over its congressional district maps.This episode: political correspondent Susan Davis, White House correspondent Asma Khalid, senior political editor and correspondent Ron Elving, voting correspondent Hansi Lo Wang, and Gulf States Newsroom reporter Stephan Bisaha.The podcast is produced by Elena Moore and Casey Morell. Our editor is Eric McDaniel. Our executive producer is Muthoni Muturi. Unlock access to this and other bonus content by supporting The NPR Politics Podcast+. Sign up via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org. Connect:Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.
When your most cherished childhood experience becomes impossible for your own kids, there's only one choice: recreate it for them yourself. That's what Jim Sperber did three years ago when the pandemic shut down summer camps across the country. He'd grown up going to his beloved Keewaydin camp in Vermont, and his three kids followed that tradition until, in 2020, when they couldn't. But Sperber refused to let the tradition die. He and his wife created their own version of Keewaydin in and around their home in the New York City suburb of Bedford Corners, complete with riflery, campfire songs, and an overnight in the woods. It proved to be a wild adventure in parenting—and a magical summer for their family.
Howie brings the case against Mark. The two of them worked at rival summer camps. When the two camps came together for a sports festival at Howie's camp, Howie was tasked with singing a "sit down song" to corral the campers. Mark's campers sat down but Mark didn't. Howie called Mark out in song, embarrassing him in front of everyone. They have since become friends, but they say this incident colors their relationship. Mark says he shouldn't have been embarrassed by a fellow staff member. Howie says that he was simply helping Mark to lead by example. Who's right? Who's wrong?Thanks to reddit user u/Mutant_Friend for naming this week's case! To suggest a title for a future episode, keep an eye on the Maximum Fun subreddit at maximumfun.reddit.com! Check out evidence from the episode on the Judge John Hodgman page on the Maximum Fun website or at Instagram.com/judgejohnhodgman.Judge John Hodgman's Van Freaks Roadshow is getting ready to hit the road! Tickets are on sale now! Visit vanfreaksroadshow.com for dates, cities, and more information! And SUBMIT YOUR CASES along the tour route at maximumfun.org/jjho!
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Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall during someone else's photography session? You know - see what they do differently. Recently I had students in a real-life LIVE session and selling presentation, I gotta say, it made me a little nervous! AND things did NOT go as planned! But it was their takeaways from the day that were the REAL surprise! It's so cool to see what these professional portrait photographers - new and experienced - picked up on as I was “doing my thing.” You've GOT to hear these. So press play now! RESOURCES: WORTH EVERY PENNY JOYCAST SHOW NOTES: www.joyofmarketing.com/podcast/episode-171 SHOW TRANSCRIPT: https://bit.ly/3qlM0XI INSTAGRAM – DM Me “Pricing Rules” For a Copy of My 11 Rules for Pricing Boutique https://www.instagram.com/sarah.petty FREE COPY: NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLING BOOK FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS www.joyofmarketing.com/freebook FREE FACEBOOK GROUP: Join and get my free mini-class: How I earned $1,500 per client working 16 hours a week by becoming a boutique photographer. https://www.facebook.com/groups/ditchthedigitals YOUTUBE: Check out my latest how-to videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/thejoyofmarketing
Summer is here, and for many people, that also means it's camping time. But few pairings are as perfect as campfires and spooky tales, so be ready for some scares. Narrated and produced by Aaron Mahnke, with writing by Harry Marks and research by GennaRose Nethercott. ———————— This episode of Lore was sponsored by: BetterHelp: Lore is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at BetterHelp.com/LORE, and get on your way to being your best self. Liquid I.V.: The #1 Powdered Hydration Brand in America is now available in Sugar-Free. Get 20% off when you go to LiquidIV.com, and use code LORE at checkout. Squarespace: Build your own powerful, professional website, with free hosting and 24/7 award-winning customer support. Start your free trial website today at Squarespace.com/lore, and when you make your first purchase, use offer code LORE to save 10%. ———————— Lore Resources: Episode Music: lorepodcast.com/music Episode Sources: lorepodcast.com/sources All the shows from Grim & Mild: www.grimandmild.com ©2023 Aaron Mahnke. All rights reserved.
We talk about the silver lining of having a child away at summer camp. We also discuss how a happiness bully might “encourage” someone to work on their novel, and how to avoid choking up while giving a commencement address. Get in touch: email@example.com Follow on social media: @GretchenRubin on YouTube @GretchenRubin on TikTok @GretchenRubin & @LizCraft on Instagram @GretchenRubin & @LizCraft on Threads Get the podcast show notes by email every week: happiercast.com/shownotes Get Gretchen Rubin's newest book Life in Five Senses to see how she discovered a surprising path to a life of more energy, creativity, luck, and love: by tuning in to the five senses. Now available - order here. Visit Gretchen's website to learn more about Gretchen's best-selling books, products from The Happiness Project Collection, and the Happier app. Happier with Gretchen Rubin is part of ‘The Onward Project,' a family of podcasts brought together by Gretchen Rubin—all about how to make your life better. Check out the other Onward Project podcasts— Side Hustle School, Happier in Hollywood and Everything Happens with Kate Bowler. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices