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The Nabby Weekly: Vol 43, No 3

The Nabby Weekly: Vol 43, No 3

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This week at Camp Nabby: Crazy hats take over, spirit week kicks off, stories from Smith, Tufts and Tulane, updates from the art shack, and wild times with Hollyrock.
This week at Camp Nabby: Crazy hats take over, spirit week kicks off, stories from Smith, Tufts and Tulane, updates from the art shack, and wild times with Hollyrock.

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COMING EVENTS - WEEK OF JULY 15TH:
Wednesday, July 17th Dinosaurs Rock (Jr. Camp)Predator and Prey (Sr. Camp)Thursday, July 18th Pirate Day! ARRRGGHH!!!!!Friday, July 19th Mad Science Show
Monday, July 15th thru Friday, July 19th...Parents Visiting Week at Nabby!!!
NABBY NEWSI Volume 43 • No 3PAGE 1 OF 3
SPIRIT WEEK HITS CAMP NABBY!
This past week was Spirit Week at Nabby and the entirecamp participated. Each group thought of a mascot,created a banner and performed a rousing cheer orsong at morning announcements. Some of the morememorable songs (anddance moves) were oeredup by Jackson Distraction,the Williams Wizards, theCubs Academy (“we’ll takeour SATs when we learnour ABCs!”), the Penn PopStars and Taste the RainbowRadclie. Photos of all thegroups on stage are in ourPhoto Gallery!
MONDAY, JULY 15TH BEGINS OURPARENTS VISITING WEEK!
Parents are asked to choose ONE morning for theirfamily’s visit between 9:30AM and 12:00 noon.Any morning is ne - no need to call ahead. Dresscomfortably and enjoy your visit! Because parking islimited in the front of camp, parents are encouragedto park in one of our two back parking lots (take aRIGHT at the fork). If you choose to park in the frontof camp, please be considerate of our neighbors anddo not block their driveways. Cars must be on theRIGHT side of the street only, as the Yorktown Policewill ticket cars parked on the left (Tamarac Street is atwo way street).
We look forward to your visit! 
CRAZY HAT DAY RETURNS TO NABBY!
 
NABBY NEWSI Volume 43 • No 3PAGE 2 OF 3
Sam Stern
is thrilled to be back for his 4th Nabbysummer. He loves the people and activity of summer.When not at camp, Sam enjoys spending time with hiswife and 2 sons (one a Colgate camper). The rest ofthe year he works as a special education teacher.
This will be
Kyle Pierce’s
third year as a head counselorat Camp Nabby. He took last summer o but returnedthis year to re-join Nabby’s outstanding sta andwonderful campers. Kyle attended college at SUNYCortland where he majored in physical education duringhis undergraduate studies and health education forhis graduate studies. During his tenure at Cortland, heparticipated on the football team and was named teamcaptain during his senior year. Kyle has been teachingphysical education within the Lakeland Central Schooldistrict for the past three years; including two as WalterPanas’ athletic director. Kyle enjoys long walks onthe beach, playing sports and going to country musicconcerts with his good friend, Matthew Bertino.The boys of
TULANE
have gotten o to a fantastic startthis summer. The energy levels are high, competition isfair and the camaraderie is outstanding. There is nevera dull moment during camp; the group is constantly onthe move looking for dierent activities to complete.The Tulane boys enjoy everything that Nabby has tooer, from dodgeball to various other cooperativegames. Each member of the group played integralparts to their team’s success during Week One’s relayraces and Week Two’s capture the ag competitions.With each day getting better and better, they’re lookingforward to getting the most out of each day.
SELECTED STAFF BIOS:
Rebecca Googel
is thrilled to be returning to Nabbythis summer as the head counselor for the
SMITH
group. Rebecca attended Syracuse University whereshe earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary andSpecial Education. Later, she attended TeachersCollege, Columbia University where she earned aMaster’s Degree in Curriculum and Teaching. Rebeccawas a teacher for twelve years. During this time, shetaught for one year in Hawaii and the rest of the yearsin New York City. When not at Camp Nabby, Rebeccaspends her time with her family and tutors elementaryage students in reading and math. During her freetime, Rebecca attends the many baseball and soccergames her kids participate in. She also enjoys hiking,reading and traveling.Smith is having a terric summer so far. They arehaving a blast exploring all of the areas aroundcamp. They have played baseball, soccer, basketballand more. The girls especially enjoy the ImaginationPlayground and the Challenge Course. Swimming, ofcourse, is a huge highlight of any day. The Smith girlsalso love all of the special events at Nabby like CrazyHat day and Spirit Week.Since camp opened, the
TUFTS
boys have been “in itto win it!” showing o their stu daily on the baseballeld, dodgeball court, and ,one of their favorites, therock wall. As spirit week draws to a close, “Sam.i.amand his Tufts Crew” can hold their heads high knowingthey gave an awesome performance reective ofall their hard work. As the summer goes on we willcontinue to develop their skills and sportsmanship.We are looking forward to the rest of a great summer!
NABBY Riddle of the Week:
A piece of algae in a pond doubles in size every second.It takes one minute to cover the pond. How long does it take to cover half the pond????

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