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Your In-Depth Guide to Medication at Overnight Youth Camp

by Pine CovePosted Apr 17, 2021

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Safety at Pine Cove is a big deal. Especially medical safety. We put a lot of time and energy into training our camp staff and medical staff to provide the highest level of care possible when it comes to storing, giving out, and overseeing medication. Meds, understandably, bring with them a number of questions. We’ve […]

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Your In-Depth Guide to Medication at Day Camp

by Pine CovePosted Jun 11, 2020

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Safety at Pine Cove is a big deal. Especially medical safety. We put a lot of time and energy into training our camp staff and medical staff to provide the highest level of care possible when it comes to storing, giving out, and overseeing medication. Meds, understandably, bring with them a number of questions. We’ve […]

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Your In-Depth Guide to Dominating Drop Off at Overnight Youth Camp

by Pine CovePosted May 12, 2020

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Updates for Summer 2021 Prefer to stay in your car? We have an express drop-off option for you upon arrival.  The driver of each car will be asked to sign a waiver verifying that all occupants of the car have not had fevers or exhibited other Covid-19 symptoms in the last few days. We will […]

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What Every Parent Needs to Know About Care Packages and Camper Mail

by Jesse GarnerPosted May 12, 2020

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Updates for Summer 2021 Due to increased time spent disinfecting, we cannot sort and deliver camper mail this year. All camper mail must be packed into the camper’s trunk before arrival, including packages Digital mail through the CampLife app is still available on Tuesday and Thursday Any items sent via USPS, UPS, or FedEx must […]

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Let’s Get You To Camp – Overnight Youth Camp Edition

by Jesse GarnerPosted May 12, 2020

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Updates for Summer 2021 To help campers stay physically distant, campers will be part of a small group, called a cohort. A cohort consists of two or three “buddy cabins,” with whom campers will do all their indoor activities, including club, meals, and some theme nights. Because of increased time spent disinfecting, we will not […]

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The In-Depth Guide to Friend Groups at Overnight Youth Camp

by Jesse GarnerPosted Apr 17, 2018

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Updates for 2021 In February of 2021, Pine Cove switched to a new registration system. Along with a few changes to how you create friend groups, we’re switching up some of the vocabulary surrounding how we talk about it! So now, cabin mate requests have become “friend groups!” Read on for more information on how […]

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The In-Depth Guide to Friend Groups at Day Camp

by Jesse GarnerPosted Apr 17, 2018

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Updates for 2021 In February of 2021, Pine Cove switched to a new registration system. Along with a few changes to how you create friend groups, we’re switching up some of the vocabulary surrounding how we talk about it! So now, cabin mate requests have become “friend groups!” Read on for more information on how […]

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Everything You Need to Know About the Camp Store at Youth Camp

by Jesse GarnerPosted Apr 11, 2018

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The camp store is a pretty cool place, both literally (tons of AC!) and figuratively (so much neat stuff!). We regularly get questions about the camp store, so here’s the one-stop-shop for all your information needs. Skip the line, shop online! Because of our restrictions on camper mail and packages this summer, we’re offering camp […]

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The Skinny on Overnight Youth Camp Theme Nights

by Jesse GarnerPosted Apr 11, 2018

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At Pine Cove we are all about being seriously fun. Themed dinners and events (theme nights) are just one of the many ways that we have fun at camp. When else do you get to pretend to be a superhero and run around playing a superhero game? Or cheer for your made-up country for the […]

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Pine Cove’s In-Depth Guide to Packing For Overnight Youth Camp

by Jesse GarnerPosted Mar 29, 2018

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Alright, parents. We know that packing can be difficult. Should you send your camper with the blue tennis shoes or the red ones? What should you avoid packing? Are eight shirts enough? Too much? These are just a few of the questions that are likely running through your mind. That’s why we’ve made you a […]

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