Has your child’s behavior changed since he or she returned from camp?
Yes it has. She was a very shy little girl who did not have much self esteem. I have noticed a big changes; she is able to communicate more of her feelings as well as being more open to new ideas. I have also noticed more independence.
What great memory did you take with you when you left camp?
At camp, I learned how to use my talents and skills to give of myself to others. Creating friendships and establishing trust with my campers was a heart touching experience. I gained confidence working with children of all ages including how to lead teenagers in becoming great camp counselors. There are an abundance of C.A.M. memories but one that I hold dear is the last camp fire of the session, when all the fun has been had and what remains is the good bye the following morning with a smile on your face and tears down your cheeks. Your heart grows a little more each time as you hope to see those faces again soon.
How was your child's first time away?
Thanks you to all the members of Camp Amy Molson for giving our daughter the experience of a lifetime. She couldn't stop talking about all her experiences at camp! It was her first time away from home for such a long period and I truly feel she has matured in some ways and is more appreciative.
What has Camp Amy Molson taught your child?
My daughter has experienced things at camp that she never would have done at home. She has good memories, she will never forget. My daughter has been going to Camp Amy Molson since she was 5 years old. She is now 11 years old. In this time she has earned many things. She swims very well thanks to the camp. She has also learned to be more independent which was hard to do at home as she was an extremely sheltered child. It has also taught her to accept other children for what they are, etc. Thank you Camp Amy Molson.