Our staff is the heart and soul of Nobles Day Camp. They bring enthusiasm and experience. They are teachers, athletes, musicians, artists, dancers, mentors, students and parents. The connections they form with campers and with each other create the close-knit community that keeps so many coming back year after year.
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2019 is my 13th summer at Nobles. I began at Nobles doing Archery, then I was in the 9s for 7 summers, then I took 3 summers off when I had my daughter. Now my daughter is in the Owls Nest and this is my 2nd summer back in Archery. During the year I am a speech therapist at Acushnet Elementary School. My favorite thing about camp is the friendships that I have made throughout the years.
I am excited for my first summer at NDC! As a former coach, I have many years of experience with different camps and working with young people. I even served as a student counselor when I was in high school at Camp Wing in Duxbury. I have just finished my twentieth year as a history teacher at my alma mater, Milton High School. (Not to be confused with Milton Academy) At Milton High School, I was a football coach for seventeen years before I hung up my whistle to pursue my Masters in Education. My wife and I live in Walpole where our children will be starting third grade, first grade, and preschool this fall. I’m ready for a fun summer at NDC and many more after that!
2017 is my first summer working at Nobles Day Camp but I was a camper at Nobles for 6 years. During the year, I am a student at Needham High School, class of 2019. My favorite part about camp is the energy and excitement the kids bring each and every day!
I am going to be a Junior at Needham High School. I have been coming to Noble since the summer of 2007, making this my 12th summer here at camp. I am very excited to help out at Archery this summer.
Joe started working at Nobles in 2014 as one of the 4B Head Counselors and is now the Arts & Crafts Head Counselor. Joe is an art teacher in the Medfield Public School District, as well as an After School Program teacher during the school year. Joe enjoyed the sense of community last year as a group counselor and is now enjoying the creativity of his fellow counselors in Arts & Crafts as well as those from Pix & Flix, Photo, Clay, Sewing, and Woodworking.
I’m currently a sophomore at Millis High School. I’ve been a camper at NDC since I was 3. This has been the only camp I’ve gone to and the only way I can think to spend a summer. My mom, brothers, and aunt work there, not to mention my countless friends. I really look forward to working this summer!
Summer 2019 will be my first summer working at Nobles Day Camp, and I am excited to begin!. I’m a second-grade teacher during the school year in Walpole, and the mother of 3 great young adults. I have prior summer camp experience at a local town recreation department, summer school, and church program. I’m currently pursuing my Master’s Degree! I’ve heard wonderful things about Nobles Summer Camp, and I’m looking forward to creating great memories with all of the campers and staff!
I started working at Nobles in 2010, and I love crafts of all kinds. I enjoy being creative with campers and seeing them grow & have fun. When I’m not at camp, I am a jewelry designer and a Mom to two daughters (who enjoy spending their summers at Nobles too!)
Since 2015, I have enjoyed working with NDC campers to create one-of-kind beading projects. My two sons look forward to attending Nobles Day Camp all year long. The top-notch experience and memories that NDC provides for me and my family are unmatched, life-changing, invaluable. During the year I am a program manager for an instrumental music non-profit in the Boston Public Schools.
2019 is my first summer working at Nobles Day Camp. I started coming to Nobles as a camper in the Owls Nest and last year I completed the CIT program. During the school year, I am a student at Needham High School where I am part of the Needham High School chorus. My favorite part about Nobles is the atmosphere and seeing the campers complete a project! I can’t wait for the summer and spending time at Nobles!!See our projects!
This is my first summer working at Nobles Day Camp. I have three Daughters; two are working as Counselors this summer. During the year, I am a Pharmacy Technician for a large chain. I hold an M.A. in Health Communication from Emerson College. My favorite thing about camp thus far is meeting new people.
2016 is my first year on the Nobles staff. Prior to joining Nobles, I worked as Head of Boating, a tennis specialist, and a general counselor at another Massachusetts day camp. I have received my Masters in Elementary Education from Lesley University, and I currently teach fourth grade in the Framingham Public School system. My favorite thing about camp is seeing campers try new activities and hearing them express a desire to learn more about their new skill during and beyond their day camp experience.
I have been working at Nobles Day Camp since 2011, and I have been working in Boats since 2014. I was also a camper for five years previously, so I know the camp from both camper and counselor point of view. I recently graduated from the University of Vermont, and I teach swimming lessons up in Vermont during the school year. What keeps me coming back to Nobles are the wonderful people and all the fun we have each and every day. It’s somewhere that I feel I truly belong, and that’s the most wonderful feeling in the world. All year I look forward to these short eight weeks.
2017 is my first year as a part of the NDC staff, but I started as a camper here in 2012. During the year, I am a student at Canton High School. My favorite part of NDC is the sense of family you get when you attend.
2018 is my first year on staff at Nobles Day Camp. Previously, I spent one summer working the head of field sports at another Massachusetts camp, ten summers volunteering with an international peace education organization in programs around the world, two summers finishing up my master’s degree in French, and five summers as a lifeguard at a lake in Pennsylvania. I work at Dedham Middle School. My favorite thing about camp is the ever-present potential for silliness.
This is my first year working at Nobles Day Camp. I was a camper here for two years (Juniors and Seniors), a CIT last year at Broadmoor Nature Camp and am so excited to be at Nobles Day Camp and working in Boats. I just graduated from Nobles and spent the past four years rowing on the Charles. I can’t wait to be back in the boathouse with the campers this summer to share what I love with them!
2019 is my first year working at Nobles Day Camp, although I was a camper here from the 1s through the Juniors. During the year I attend the University of Colorado Boulder. I am excited to start Fishing, one of the newest activities offered at camp, because fishing is one of my biggest passions. My favorite part about camp is the cookouts.
I have been working at Nobles since 2006. I am a professional artist (ceramics). During the year I work in the Boston Public Schools as an art teacher and a paraprofessional. I also teach adult ceramics privately at night. What keeps me coming back to camp are the people and the kids. I love the camaraderie.
I have been working at Nobles since 2006. During the year I am a paraprofessional at the Renaissance School. My favorite thing about Nobles is its camaraderie. We work hard but maintain a relaxed supportive atmosphere.
Hello, my name is Arlene Tracey, and I have been working in the clay room at Nobles since 2004. I am a Visual Arts teacher at Dedham Middle School. Each summer I look forward to Nobles Day Camp! I love all the people who work here, and most of all I really have a great time with all the campers.
Hello, my name is Melissa Belkin, and I have been working in the Clay Room at Nobles since 2013. I am also a Licensed Social Worker in Private Practice. Each summer I look forward to seeing all the wonderful creations the campers make, including my two daughters. Nobles has amazing staff and is truly a special place to work!
2016 is my first year working at Nobles. I have a BA in sculpture from BU, and I am a full-time mother of three. My favorite thing about camp is that my kids love it and they come to clay.
I have been at NDC since 2010. I worked in 3B and 2019 is my first year in Clay. During the school year, I am a 6th grade Math teacher in Walpole.
I joined Nobles summer 18’ and let me tell you I feel like I’ve been here for years. During the year, I work as a dance teacher and performer in and out of the city of Boston. I graduated in 2010 from the Boston Arts Academy where my love for the art of dance only got bigger. Camp is a great place for anyone and everyone. There is definitely a common theme throughout camp, have fun, try something new and go for it.
2017 is my first summer working at Nobles. During the year, I am an administrator and a teacher for grades 7-12 at a school in Boston. My favorite thing about camp is playing sports and having fun with the kids.
I’ve been teaching English at Xaverian Brothers High School for the past sixteen years and have a Master’s in Teaching English from Fordham University. The summer of 2019 will be my first year working at Nobles Day Camp, and I’m really looking forward to it! In high school, I was a counselor at an overnight camp in New Hampshire, so I know the special community summer camps can be. My three boys are excited to attend camp as well.
This year will be my first year working at Nobles Day Camp. In May, I graduated from Nichols College and will be going back in the Fall to pursue my Master’s degree. I will also be coaching Cross Country and Track & Field next year. My favorite thing about camp is having fun and playing games!
2017 is my first summer at camp but I was also a camper here for 4 years. I am a student at Needham High School, class of 2019. My favorite part of camp is having the ability to make a kid’s day, and it is something that I strive to do.
2019 is my third year at Nobles, with this being my first year in Field Sports. I am a senior at the University of New England studying pre-med and am also a defenseman on the men’s lacrosse team. My favorite thing about camp is playing sports with all the different groups!
Thirty-five summers ago I was lucky enough to spend two weeks of my summer as a camper at Nobles before my fourth grade school year. I loved archery, swimming and all of the crafts. I’m excited to join the NDC Staff this summer after spending the school year sharing tools and tips with local elementary school children on how to manage emotions, friendships, and their inner world! I love working with the Shine Bright Workshop Team. Both of my children will be campers this summer. I’m looking forward to being part of the amazing Nobles Day Camp Team.
2017 is my first year working at Nobles Day Camp. During the year I am a program manager for a non-profit music program. My 2 boys (11 and 13) are 1st time Nobles campers. My favorite thing about camp is seeing the kids so excited about the end result.
During the school year, I teach second grade. I started working at Nobles in 2017 as a head counselor. I am looking forward to a fun and yummy summer!
Hi, I’m Angela Dever and I have been going to camp at Nobles since 2014. I just finished my sophomore year at Needham High School and I am SUPER excited to be working at Fun with Food!!!
I have been working at Nobles Day Camp since the summer of 2011. During the off-season, I teach elementary school. I enjoy watching the children grow their Gimp skills, and I encourage them to try challenging projects while having fun. My favorite part of Gimp is when children bring me an idea, and together we bring it to life.
2017 is my first year in Gimp, but I started working at NDC in 2015. During the year I am a 6th-grade teacher at Bird Middle School in Walpole. My favorite part of camp is watching campers overcome their fears and accomplishing something they did not think they could do.
This is my first year working at Nobles after being a camper for 2 years. During the year I am a student at UMass Amherst as a Nutrition major on a pre-med track. My favorite thing about camp is the kind staff and the amazing community it has created.
I started as a camper here at Nobles in the Owls Nest in 1998 and following the CIT program, I started working in gymnastics and have been there ever since!! I graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2016, and I plan to go to graduate school for School Counseling. My favorite thing about camp is seeing the campers coming back year after year and also meeting many new friends! I cannot wait for another summer here at Nobles!
2019 is my third summer at Nobles Day Camp. During the year, I am a student at Wesleyan University majoring in American Studies. My Favorite thing about camp is the campers.
This is my first year teaching at Nobles and I am looking forward to building Lego creations with young campers! During the school year, I teach coding, robotics, and engineering in Boston Public Schools. When I’m not teaching, I like spending time with my family, canoeing, traveling, sewing, and crafting. My sons are 4 and 9 and I live in Boston. My favorite season is summer!
I started at camp at Nobles when I was in the 3rd grade. I was in the CIT program and then a counselor. During the year, I teach 3rd-grade. My sons will be attending camp so I am really excited for them to experience NDC as well.
I started working at Nobles in 2015. During the year I am a paraprofessional at Walpole High School. I love camp because I love the kids!
2017 is my first summer at Nobles Day Camp! During the year, I am a student at Quincy College and am studying Elementary Education. My favorite thing about camp is watching all the campers get excited when they try new things!
Hi, my name is Katrina Evans. 2019 is my first year at Nobles Day Camp. I was a High School Biology teacher for 12 years before choosing to stay home to raise my three terrific children. I have been a Girl Scout Leader for 10 years and have worked at several camps including; Everwood in Sharon, Kenwood, Evergreen in NH, New England Deaf Camp, Outdoor Discovery Camp in Maryland and also Needham Park and Recreation Rosemary pool. My hobbies are; camping, pottery, reading, and waterskiing. I am so excited to spend this summer with your precious children. Thank you.
Hi all, my name is Stephen DeMaio. 2019 is my first year working at Nobles and I am so excited to be working here. At the beginning of June, I graduated from Needham High School, where I was on both the Football and Track and Field teams. I can’t wait for camp to start!
Hi! I’m Luna. 2017 is my first summer at Nobles Day Camp. I am a recent Nobles Grad (Class of 2017) from Boston and have volunteered at Camp Sunshine in Maine for two sessions. I study the Classics at College of the Holy Cross in Worcester and am excited to meet all the kids in the Dark Room!
I’m Zach, and I’ve spent every summer at Nobles since 2010; however, 2019 is my first year as a counselor. During the year, I am a high school student at Needham High. My favorite parts of camp are Friday cookouts. I can’t wait to meet you all up in the Darkroom!
I started working at Nobles Day Camp in 2014. In the non-summer months, I teach instrumental music at The Fessenden School. My favorite activities are reading, traveling, and playing with my two children. While I’ve only been there twice, I am particularly passionate about Iceland; I can’t wait to go back! I am looking forward to working with creative children and see the results of their work in Pix and Flix!
I’m very excited to join the staff at Nobles Day Camp this summer! I will be working to create exciting video and photo content for the Pix and Flix activity. As a lifelong lover of the arts, I have taken numerous courses in photography, filmmaking, and studio arts. Throughout my own schooling, I participated in clubs and organizations dedicated to producing professional digital media. Along with visual arts, I am also passionate about writing, reading, and education. I’m currently teaching 7th and 8th Grade English Language Arts in Milton and I’m completing a Master’s Degree in Secondary Education.
I am a middle school science teacher at Noble and Greenough School. I also coach boys middle school soccer and lacrosse. I have been working at Nobles Day Camp since 2004. My favorite camp activity is Rocks and Ropes (of course!), and I am looking forward to seeing old friends and making new ones!
I started working at the NDC Ropes Course in the summer of 2010. During the year I teach History at Thayer Academy. My favorite thing about camp is playing with the kids at Ropes.
Hi, my name is Chris, and I have been a camper at Nobles since 2007 and working here since 2016. I attend Xaverian Brothers High School. I keep coming back to Nobles simply because of the fun time it provides for both the campers and the counselors. Rocks and Ropes is definitely my favorite thing at camp because of the fun, unique experience it gives to the campers.
I have been working off and on since 2006 as an instructor in the Rocks and Ropes facility at Nobles Day Camp. When I’m not at camp, I am a full-time science teacher at the Galvin Middle School in Canton. I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Miami University in Ohio and also has a Masters degree in science education from Lesley University. I live with my wife and two young children in Walpole.
I started working at Nobles in 2009. During the school year, I attend graduate school at George Mason, and I went to undergrad at St. Mike’s. My favorite thing about camp is climbing on the ropes course.
My “journey” with Nobles Day Camp started when I was around 8 years old. It was 2010, and I was entering the camp as a member of the 3s. I spent seven summers at the camp before participating in the CIT program. That was last year, making this my first summer working at Nobles Day Camp. I am a Sophomore at Brookline High School. I usually say that my favorite thing about camp is the element of choice and/or freedom. As a camper, I always enjoyed having the ability to choose what I wanted to do in a specific block of the day. Having reconsidered what I like about the camp, I’d say that the community is what truly brings me back summer after summer. Every counselor and camper seems to be interwoven into a family that never fades. I have never stopped feeling welcomed and accepted at camp.
I started working at Nobles in the summer of 2018. I was also a camper here. I am a rising junior at Endicott College during the school year. My favorite thing about camp is meeting new people and learning new things about myself and others.
2019 is my first year working at Nobles. I just graduated from Thayer Academy, and next year I am going to Northeastern University. I am so excited to be working with the ropes staff and meeting all the campers!
I have been working at Nobles Day Camp since 1990! During the year I am a kindergarten aide in Dedham. There are so many things I love about camp: the community and the life-long friends I’ve made, interacting with the campers, and sharing my love of sewing with them.
I have been working at Nobles since 2008. During the year I am an eighth-grade science teacher in Walpole. My favorite thing about Nobles is the camaraderie between campers and staff.
2019 is my first year working at Nobles. I just graduated from Dana Hall and I will be starting Drexel University in the fall. My favorite thing about camp is the people!
I have been working at Nobles Day Camp since 2005. During the school year, I am a high school math teacher at Boston Latin School. I am also the assistant girl’s soccer coach. My favorite part about camp is watching the campers progress in through the swimming lessons.
Hi! My name is Maggie and I am one of the Pool Heads at Big Camp. I have been working at NDC since 2008 and have loved every minute of it! During the school year, I am a special education teacher in Westwood Public Schools. I attended St. Michael’s College and received my undergraduate degree in Elementary Education and American Studies. After working in Newton as an instructional assistant for a few years, I went to school to get my masters degree in Special Education (moderate disabilities preK-8) from Lesley University. My favorite thing about NDC is Fun Fridays at the Pools! Have a great summer!
I am very excited to be joining the Nobles Day Camp family this summer! I have many years of experience working as a lifeguard, WSI, swim coach and waterfront director in both day camp and swim club environments. Over the last 12 years, I have been working as a classroom teacher in 2nd Grade and Kindergarten at Williams Elementary School in the Newton Public School district. I worked the previous two decades in finance and then as a chef. I have attained two masters degrees, an MBA and a masters in public administration, along with my degree in culinary arts and my licensure in education. I am married to my wife Amy and we have two beautiful kids, my daughter Megan, who is finishing 3rd Grade and my son Shane, who is finishing 1st Grade. They will both be joining me at Nobles and we are all looking forward to a great summer. Aside from getting to spend quality time with Megan and Shane, my favorite thing about camp is having the opportunity to work with and teach kids. I find it extremely rewarding to see them learn a new skill and gain confidence in their abilities. See you at the pool!
Hi, my name is Dana MacPherson, and I have been at Nobles Day Camp since the Juniors. I have been working here since 2015 as a lifeguard. My favorite part of camp is seeing the kids having fun learning at the pool every day!
2016 is my first year working at Nobles. During the year I am a student at Bridgewater State studying elementary education. My favorite part of camp is swimming!
My names Mackenzie Briggs and I am going to be a senior in high school. During the school year, I am on 2 swim teams and a softball team. I also teach swimming lessons and lifeguard at my town’s pool. I was a camper at Nobles Day Camp for 13 years. 2015 was my first summer as a lifeguard at Nobles, and I had a great experience. I am looking forward to a fun summer at the pools!
2017 is my first year at Nobles Day Camp and already I can see why this camp is so loved. During the school year, I am a full-time student studying Early Childhood Education and history at Bridgewater State University. I also am a student-athlete during the year competing for my universities swim team.
I started as a camper at Nobles in 2008 when I was in the 1’s, and 2017 is my first year working at Nobles. During the year I attend Xaverian Brothers High School and will be a junior next fall. I am looking forward to a great summer at the pools.
2017 is my first year working at Nobles Day Camp. I am a graduate of Newton North High School and am now studying at Syracuse University. My favorite thing about camp is campers seeing their end results after a week of swim lessons!
2019 is my second year working at Nobles. During the year, I study Education at Bridgewater State. My favorite thing about camp is teaching lessons.
This is my first year as a counselor at nobles but I attended camp from the ages of 3-14! I am a current student at Providence College, but I am from Needham, Mass. My favorite thing about camp is the various activities and how campers get to decide what they want to do!
I am a brand new member at Nobles Day Camp but I have helped to teach swim lesson to 8-year-olds for Norwood swim team. I am a current junior at Mount Alvernia High School and a member of student council, the swim, basketball, and golf team. Finally, my favorite thing about the camp is getting to interact with the little kids and seeing their creativity
2019 is my first year working at Nobles Day Camp. In the fall, I will be a sophomore at Catholic University where I am a member of the swim team. I am looking forward to a fun summer working with the campers at the pool.
2019 is my first summer working at Nobles. During the year, I study Environmental Science at Emory University. My favorite thing about camp is swimming!
This is my 7th summer at Nobles, last summer I was a CIT, and I started coming to camp in the 4’s. I am going into my Junior year at Needham High. My favorite part about camp is having fun at the pool all day!
2019 is my first summer at Nobles, and I am so excited to be joining the camp family this year! I just graduated from St. Mark’s School in Southborough, MA, and I am headed to Bucknell in the fall. I swam competitively until 8th grade, but now I run cross country, play hockey, and row crew. My favorite thing about camp is having fun all day with the campers.
2019 is my first year working at Nobles. During the year, I study Exercise Physiology at the University of Massachusetts. My favorite thing about camp is swimming!
2019 is my first year at Nobles Day Camp. However, I have been to overnight and day camp since I was nine. During the year I am a full-time student and also a photographer and videographer. I will be attending Elon University in North Carolina double majoring in film and business. My favorite thing about camp is the people.
2019 is my first year working at Nobles Day Camp as a lifeguard, however, I have been a camper here since the Owls! I am currently a rising high school senior. My favorite thing about camp is the people you meet. I’ve made long-lasting friendships here and look forward to another great summer!
2019 is my first year working at Nobles. I’m a rising junior at Westwood High School. What I love most about camp is the people!
I have been working at Nobles Day Camp since 2014. During the year I am the Director of Dining Services at Nobles. My favorite part of camp is working with the kids.
I started working at Nobles Day Camp in 2014. During the year I am the Executive Chef at Nobles. My favorite part of camp is Teen Cuisine!See our 2019 Menu
2019 is my seventh summer working at Nobles. During the year, I teach Social Studies at Franklin Middle School. My favorite thing about camp is tennis!
2019 is my first year as an activities counselor at NDC. My children will also be attending camp and have enjoyed Nobles in the past years. I enjoy playing tennis throughout the year. I love the feeling of being part of the Nobles community.
My first experience at Nobles Day Camp was being a member of 3C in 2010, and I have been here every summer since. This year is my first year as a tennis counselor, and it has been every bit as fun as when I was a camper. My favorite part of camp is teaching the campers how to hit a tennis ball while spending time getting to know them and how funny they are. During the year, I am a high school student at St. Sebastian’s in Needham.
My name is Aidan Mulvey. I am the middle of five children. I am a rising junior at St. Sebastian’s School. I’ve been playing tennis for over 6 years, and I am incredibly passionate about the sport. I have a lot of experience working with and coaching kids. This is my first year at NDC and I am very excited to be here!
I have worked at Nobles Day Camp since 2014. Prior to working at Nobles, I worked as a counselor at camps in Vermont and the Czech Republic. During the school year, I teach English at MassBay Community College. One of my favorite things about Nobles is working with the kids in Theater. I love watching the kids explore their imaginations and collaborate to make unique, one-of-a-kind skits. Their creativity is amazing! My other favorite thing about Nobles is the staff–what a dedicated, great group of people.
Since starting at Nobles in the summer of 1989, I have worked as a head group counselor, swing counselor, and head of Video, Drama, and Special Events. Over the years I have had tons of fun and made a great many friends at Nobles. I am a third-grade teacher In Framingham, where I run my own after-school theater program. I have also written a book of children’s poems and a history of my hometown of Dedham.
This is my first summer working at Nobles! I was a camper and counselor at Dedham Community House. This May I will be graduating from Assumption College after studying Global Studies and Political Science. After this summer, I will be serving as a City Year Americorps member in Boston. My favorite thing about camp is having fun with everyone!
2019 is my first year working at Nobles, I’ve been a camper here for 12 years. I’m a rising freshman at Alfred U. and I’m going to study glass. I’ve been a glassblower for three years now.
Hi, I have been working at Nobles Day Camp since 2000, and I have always done woodworking. Now I work with the 1, 2 and 3s, and I love this age group. They are so excited to do a project and show their parents. When I’m not at Nobles, I work in a Walpole school kitchen, and I also do school crossings in Walpole and Westwood.
2019 my first year working at Nobles. I am looking forward to sharing my own knowledge and experience with woodworking with Nobles campers. During the “off-season” I teach Social Studies at Westwood High School. I have a four-year-old and a two-year-old who are future Nobles Day Campers. I am incredibly excited to meet this year’s campers and to create many awesome woodworks and memories!
This is my first year being a Counselor. I was a CIT last year and am very excited to be working at Nobles this year. I have been a camper at Nobles since I was in the 3’s. I attend Walpole High School during the school year and always look forward to the summers at Nobles. I love the huge variety of activities that are offered at camp. There is always something new and fun to try.
2017 is my first summer working at Nobles Day Camp. I was a camper at NDC as a child. I am currently working on obtaining a Master’s degree in middle school science. When this summer is over, I will be teaching science at King Philip Middle school in Norfolk, MA. My favorite activities at NDC are Boats, Nature, and Woodworking.
I have been a Special Education Teacher since 1991. I have been at Needham High School, working with all grade levels, since 2000. I have been working at Nobles Day Camp steadily since 2012, but I also worked here four additional years preceding that. I love being able to drive to camp with my daughters, and I love all the activities that Nobles has to offer. As I have gotten more mature (older), I have come to appreciate the non-traditional activities such as Outdoor Life, Rocks & Ropes, and Boating, as they teach the children teamwork and cooperative learning. I am looking forward to seeing all the great staff members we have at Nobles, and I am looking forward to working with children of a different age group.
I started 12 years ago as a camper in the owls’ nest and have been coming here ever since. During the school year, I go to Needham High and will be graduating in 2 years. My favorite part about camp is the wide variety of activities.