Camp Rising Sun sometimes becomes not just one camper’s experience, but a tradition of passing on the lessons, joy, experiences, and sometimes memorabilia from Camp. CRS is happy to hold such a place in families through generations.
If you missed the board meeting on January 6 and would like to know what happened, then read this blog post. Updates were provided from LAJF staff and committee members, such as the Programs and Strategic Planning, and the Clinton renovations, summer-staff hiring, and Camper selection were discussed. Read the details here.
Today, in the final post of the CRS-Program Area Highlight series, we hear from Eva Stylianou and Sofia Logan, former CRS Art and Music Counselors. Creative expression is an integral part of the CRS experience, and providing a space for campers to engage in the arts and music, provides campers the opportunity to “explore music and dance as tools for social change, telling different cultural stories through artistic expression.”
Executive Director, Helene Mattera (‘97, ‘98, ‘00, ‘01, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘15, ‘16, ‘17) writes to Camp Rising Sun (CRS) alumni and friends of CRS. She highlights the past year, which includes various alumni gatherings and events, one-on-one visits, and visitors to the office. She invites everyone to attend Alumni Weekend at Camp, from July 20-22, 2018.