Camp Nebagamon's Monthly Newsletter
Your 2020 Performance Review
We have been having individual meetings with each of our full-time crew to review their thoughts on this past year, this past summer, and look ahead to the fall, and to the summer to come
Enrollment for the Summer of 2021 is Open!!!
As the most disappointing summer in Nebagamon’s history draws to a close, we are UNBELIEVABLY excited to get things moving towards the summer of 2021! We have learned from the successes, challenges, and even failures of camps around the country that were open this summer. By next year, we will have even more knowledge…
Get a Piece of Camp for Your Home — Support CFN/CNSF!
We all have fond memories of the sign that greets each visitor to Camp Nebagamon with its iconic message of inclusion stating, “This Shall Be a Place of Welcome for All,” translated into 33 languages.
Briggs’s Treasure Trove
While cleaning out the closets, attics, rafters, and crawlspaces we found all sorts of treasure
News of the Camp Family – September 2020
A couple years back we added something new called Counselor Hunt
Caretaker Joe Explores the Northwoods
Finally, this month marked the official retirement of Caretaker Jack from camp’s caretaking crew
Can You Name All The Languages?
By Louis Levin There are 34 languages on our “This Shall Be A Place Of Welcome For All” sign (ok, 33 and one silly one!). This sign stands in front of the Big House, welcoming all who come to camp, and is translated into the native language of every camper and staff member who has…
Congratulations to our September Birthdays!
This month’s birthdays include… September 1st – Amber Burvall, Zack Muzik, Memo Plancarte, Zach Riven 2nd – Noah Stein 3rd – Chris Chiles 4th – Seth Starhill 6th – Addison Burvall, Milo Solomon 9th – Heather Kennedy 12th – Simon Topf 13th – Ben Harrington 14th – Jacob Gonsky 16th – Sam Bloch, Alkey Kurmankulov…