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All Camps Catalogue

All Camps Catalogue

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Published by Laura Gillespie
Every summer over 1,000 campers and counselors from more than 30 countries, 40 states, and 400 cities and towns come together to play, learn and grow with one another at the camps of The Aloha Foundation—Aloha, Hive, Lanakila, Horizons and Ohana. In the fall, winter and spring, many thousands of children and adults participate in education, recreation and community programs at the Hulbert Outdoor Center.

Being happy in life is more about choice
than about luck. We have little control over
what life throws at us, but we have the power to perceive any circumstance in either a positive or a negative light. “Success Counseling” is a powerful guidance technique pioneered by the camps of The Aloha Foundation. It
emphasizes our ability to choose how we
respond to situations rather than being victimized by them—when a camper complains “Sam or Pam made me mad,” we ask the question “Do you want to keep feeling that way?” Every camp counselor is trained to use Success Counseling to help campers achieve goals and resolve problems by taking responsibility for
their own actions, attitudes and feelings.

Rubbing elbows with camp-mates from all over the world is a seldom-
remarked but especially meaningful benefit of a summer in Fairlee. From their earliest days, the camps of The Aloha
Foundation sought out and welcomed international campers and counselors.
Last summer there was a pretty good chance you’d hear French, Spanish,
German, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Hebrew, Hungarian, Irish, Scottish, and
Aussie, as well as the King’s English spoken around the grounds of Aloha,
Hive, Lanakila and Ohana. Every camp summer, more than 100 campers and counselors cross dozens of international boundaries on their way to Fairlee. The rest, 900 or so in all, hail from all but a few of our United States—from Washington, Oregon and California to Maine, Virginia, Georgia and Florida.
Every summer over 1,000 campers and counselors from more than 30 countries, 40 states, and 400 cities and towns come together to play, learn and grow with one another at the camps of The Aloha Foundation—Aloha, Hive, Lanakila, Horizons and Ohana. In the fall, winter and spring, many thousands of children and adults participate in education, recreation and community programs at the Hulbert Outdoor Center.

Being happy in life is more about choice
than about luck. We have little control over
what life throws at us, but we have the power to perceive any circumstance in either a positive or a negative light. “Success Counseling” is a powerful guidance technique pioneered by the camps of The Aloha Foundation. It
emphasizes our ability to choose how we
respond to situations rather than being victimized by them—when a camper complains “Sam or Pam made me mad,” we ask the question “Do you want to keep feeling that way?” Every camp counselor is trained to use Success Counseling to help campers achieve goals and resolve problems by taking responsibility for
their own actions, attitudes and feelings.

Rubbing elbows with camp-mates from all over the world is a seldom-
remarked but especially meaningful benefit of a summer in Fairlee. From their earliest days, the camps of The Aloha
Foundation sought out and welcomed international campers and counselors.
Last summer there was a pretty good chance you’d hear French, Spanish,
German, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Hebrew, Hungarian, Irish, Scottish, and
Aussie, as well as the King’s English spoken around the grounds of Aloha,
Hive, Lanakila and Ohana. Every camp summer, more than 100 campers and counselors cross dozens of international boundaries on their way to Fairlee. The rest, 900 or so in all, hail from all but a few of our United States—from Washington, Oregon and California to Maine, Virginia, Georgia and Florida.

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The Aloha Foundation
The Camps of 
 
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 About the Aloha CampsThe Aloha Foundation Philosophy  Aloha Camp Aloha HiveLanakilaHorizons Day CampOhana CampHulbert Outdoor Center Questions and Answers What Parents Say Enrollment Materials and DVDs
Mission
The Aloha Foundation is a non-profit educational institution withthe objectives of fostering personal growth, self-reliance, self-confidence,cooperation, and a sense of community in people of all ages and backgrounds.These objectives are accomplished through a variety of experiences including,camping, hiking, athletics, water sports, art, music, crafts, theater, and envir-onmental education. In a warm and caring atmosphere, Aloha's professionalstaff nurtures the health and well-being of individuals and helps guide themthrough challenging experiences that enrich their lives.
The Aloha Foundation
The Camps of 
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