Hope you have enjoyed reading the updates throughout the summer. For me, the summer is over. I’m back in Toronto ready to help out with first year orientation here at York University. Although I’m happy to be here to prepare these first years for their time at school, I’m sad to have left Kintail early.I had an odd thought the other day. This will be the first time in seven years that I am not at camp to play the famous Mission Impossible (if you don’t know what that game is, find someone who’s been to Senior Co-ed and they can tell you about the best game ever invented.) I played it as a camper, played it as an L.I.T. and played it as a staff member. I even had a chance to be on the other side of the coin and be a sniper one of the years on staff. I love that game. I love camp.
Earlier this year, I didn’t know where I’d be concerning camp. I randomly ended up back as Music and Drama Director, and looking back, I really couldn’t see myself anywhere else this summer. These past few months have been amazing. From 30 – 130 campers, from wee little Sprouts to the WMS, from a huge rainstorm to bright sunny days, this summer has seen everything.
I would like to thank everyone who came and helped support Kintail, in any way shape or form. As a camper, as a volunteer, as a staff member or as anything in between, we appreciate you. Thank you for being a part of the love that is Kintail. Best of luck to the staff as the week comes to an end, and see you all around in the future.