Category: Camp Staff Bulletin

Camp Staff Celebration!

We just had our annual camp health inspection with the Olmsted County Department of Health. Our inspector, Claire, was so very happy with how nice our camps look, how many youth we have coming to our camps, and how well-developed our camp procedures are turning out to be, and I can’t agree more. To celebrate […]

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Open Campmaster Shifts

Remember: All campmaster shifts can be seen on the Google Calendar, which is updated weekly. Email Brady Geary for access to the calendar. Summer is here, and that means groups are booking camp like it’s candy! Which is great for us, but also means there isn’t a lot of notice before groups sometimes. Stay tuned […]

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Scouting Safely Boating Alert

From the National Outdoor Programs Office As National Water Safety Month in May draws to a close, it’s crucial for everyone in Scouting to continue to focus on facilitating safe aquatics programs this summer. A few recent incidents serve as reminders of the ever-present need for vigilance.Please review the following Boating Safety Alert information and […]

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Camp Beautification

Quick reminder as we move into the summer – I’m finding more and more trash littered around camp. It might seem to grow on trees here, but please make sure to pick up trash if you see it. If we all take these 15-second delays, it’ll help us really beautify the property. Thanks!

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June Priority Projects

Our service staff have been hard at work putting camp together for a great summer! We have the pool cleaned and paint touched up, Deer Lodge has a new door and some replaced siding, the water system is ready for inspection, the poolhouse is clean, and much more. For June, our priority is maintaining camp […]

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Camp Service Standards

Service Standards are a way of describing, in simple language, the focuses that we approach all of our service from. They are designed to apply to every aspect of an organization, from customer service to facilities management. They also describe the order of operations – the first standard must be met before others are considered. […]

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June Safety Moment: Tickborne Diseases

There are about a dozen different tick types in Minnesota. While some are mostly harmless, most carry some form of disease, including the most common – Lyme’s Disease. What is a tickborne disease? People can get a tickborne disease when they are bitten by a tick that is infected with a disease agent. In Minnesota, […]

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