Auction, Auction, Auction!
Our summer camps are in full swing and we always need supplies at our camp property. Our camp director had great success at the first auction at the closed Beulah Park with items for our kitchen and around camp.
The second live auction is happening on Saturday, June 28th at 9:00 AM. This auction will be over at the maintenance shops and will include barn items, vehicles, tools, track and maintenance equipment. We have some need of these items but we don’t have staff we can spare for the event.
Beulah Park: 3811 Southwest Blvd, Grove City, Ohio 43123
If you are interested in going to the auction in our place, please contact our Camp Director, Connie Coutellier at 740.746.8433.
We are very busy at camp this summer and your help is needed! Looking for support staff that can come down and
help with meals, tidy up around the craft room, or other various tasks. If you are interested in coming down for a morning, afternoon, evening, or even for a few days, please let us know! Contact our Camp Director, Connie Coutellier, at 740.746.8433 or email her at email@example.com.
We are at capacity with our campers this summer and a few more staff members would be great to have. If you or someone you know is still looking for a summer job, we need one female and one male counselor at Camp Wyandot Overnight Camp.
Please apply ASAP and send an email to Connie Coutellier, Camp Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know you are interested.
Registration for Alumni Weekend at Camp Wyandot will be available starting Saturday, June 28. Join the fun of spending a weekend at Wyandot away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Remember the sound of the bullfrog or the smell of wood smoke? Please contact your friends who have enjoyed Wyandot and invite them to attend. This event is open to all!
*Please note, we no longer accept PayPal.
Come for lunch on Saturday or stay the whole weekend! The weekend will include hikes, crafts, swimming, and other activities.
Contact the office if you have questions at 614.481.8227 or email@example.com.
As mentioned in our last newsletter, Lindsey Christ will be leaving at the end of August after nearly 3 years with the organization. The Board is eager to find her replacement before she leaves in August. The job description is available on this website. Please help us circulate this job announcement so we can find the best candidate for this important position.
Join us as we prepare camp for the summer camp season. Bring your family and friends for a nice weekend in the Hocking Hills and help us to preserve and sustain the beauty of Camp Wyandot!
There is no cost to attend but you will be working. You have the option to arrive Friday and stay until Sunday, come Saturday just for the day, or stay over Saturday night.
Friday, June 6 – evening, snack provided and mingle with other volunteers
Saturday, June 7 – morning, breakfast served
Work day begins around 9:30 am after breakfast and concludes at 6:00 pm, lunch will be provided. Saturday evening, dinner served
Sunday, June 8 – morning, breakfast served
The main job will be cleaning all the cabins, units, and shower houses, and minor repairs for upcoming staff training and campers this summer. In addition, we will be raking and clearing trails, stacking firewood, and fire rings to clean. As this is a “work weekend,” children should be able to participate with the work projects as well and should be 10 years old or older to attend.
We are also looking for donations of the following tools:
Router, wrenches (socket sets), screw drivers (philips and flat), circular saw, table saw, and c-clamps
Camp Wyandot, Inc. Alumni’s annual flower and plant sale was a success as we raised over $800.00 in proceeds for future camperships, financial assistance towards camp fees to support families to give the opportunity for their children to attend summer camp. This year we awarded $2,134.50 from our Camp Wyandot Alumni Campership Fund to thirteen children.
Additionally we would like to thank the Wyandot Explorer Clubs who raised a total of $310.50. Leader Ingrid Biery’s club, CUCO Wyandot Scouts, raised $110.50 for camperships for Wyandot Day Camp and Lisa “Twitch” Graham’s club, the Minions with Mustaches Who Do Stuff, raised $200.00 for the Linda “Tick” Flynn Pool Fund.
Wyandot Day and Overnight Camps have filled up quickly this year and we anticipate one of our best summers yet with an increase in registration numbers and camperships/financial assistance towards camp fees offered!
Wyandot Day Camp Sessions 1, 3, and 7 are closed.
Wyandot Overnight Camp Session 3, July 6-12 all grades and Mini Trails, Session 3a, July 6-9, grades 2-5 closed and Sessions 1, June 22-28, Session 3, 6-12, Session 4, July 13-19, and Session 5, July 20-26 for Grades 6 and up only are closed.
If you would like to be placed on a waiting list for any of these sessions, please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 614-481-8227.
Register now and pay a non-refundable deposit – $25.00 for Wyandot Day Camp and $100.00 for Wyandot Overnight Camp to reserve your spot today.
Bring a Friend to Camp!
If you are a returning camper and bring a friend who is new to Wyandot Day or Overnight Camp, you will receive a rebate and your friend will too! ($20.00 for Day Camp and $50 for a Regular Session and $25.00 for 3 ½ Days Session for Overnight Camp) The Camp Friend Rebate is only valid for non-immediate family members or friends and requires that both parties attend camp. The rebate will be issued after camp attendance. This offer is valid for only one week of camp per household. Sibling and early bird discounts still apply. Camp deposits are nonrefundable. So encourage a friend to attend camp with you this summer and you will both save!
Please contact the office if you have any questions about registration at email@example.com or 614-481-8227.
An assigned counselor will help with scheduling and leading activities. During the day and the evening of the 4th of July, there will be a special celebration for the whole camp.
Experience hikes in our beautiful forest, identify the biodiversity of the wildlife, canoe and fish in Lake Atagahi, learn archery and participate in nature activities while staying at our picturesque Camp Wyandot with your family and meet other families that want to join in the fun.
Lodging will be in cabins and all meals will be provided in the historic Hislop lodge.
The cost for Family Camp is $45.00 per person which includes two nights lodging and 4 meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner on Friday and breakfast on Saturday). Children age 3 and under are free.
Please contact the office if your child(ren) has registered for Mini Trails, Session 2a, June 29 – July 2, and your family plans to participate in our 4th of July celebration to make arrangements for an overnight stay on July 2 if needed.
Check in is at 7 PM on July 3rd and check out is at 10 AM on July 5th. *
Cancellation Policy: 80% of your camp fee will be refunded to those who notify us in writing at least fourteen(14) days prior to July 3. No refunds will be made to those who cancel after this date.
Lindsey Christ, Executive Director, will sadly be leaving us at the end of August after nearly 3 years with the organization. She is expecting her second child, a baby boy, in September. She will continue teaching at Columbus State Community College where she teaches Biology and Botany classes. Lindsey helped the organization through a challenging transition with the disaffiliation from Camp Fire USA and rebranding as Camp Wyandot, Inc. that included the launch of our new Wyandot Explorer Club. The job posting for the Executive Director will be on the website by June 1, 2014.
With the increase in summer camp registration and all our marketing efforts, assistance in the office is greatly appreciated. Sharron Arnold and alumni Jeanene Dixon, and Sue Lavitchka volunteered earlier this year to promote our camp programs to schools through flyers and camp fairs. Also Rogan Hoefer assisted with developing our mailing list to schools as our spring intern.
Gumar Leger, our office/marketing intern this summer, is majoring in Agribusiness and Applied Economics at The Ohio State University and will graduate next year. He previously worked for the Lakota YMCA with the youth sports programs. He provides office support in a multitude of ways including summer camp registration, updating our mail list, analyzing our camp statistics, and conducting research for us. This summer he will also help us launch our new database.
Additionally, Megan Collins has provided assistance with preparations for Wyandot Day Camp prior to her work as a counselor for her second year there. Megan will be a senior at the University of Dayton this fall. When she graduates she plans to become an Intervention Specialist. She is also a runner for the University of Dayton’s cross country and track team.
Chanika Svetvilas, our Program Coordinator, recently graduated from Goddard College, Port Townsend, WA, a self-directed independent study program, with a Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts in April 2014.