There may be more coming. Also, if you have a google account, you can add some to the page as well (That’s why I put them on a google page). If you don’t have a google account and have pictures you want to add, you have two options:
Get a google account
send them to me at campmoonhwamn at gmail.com and I’ll load them
Also, I have a few videos I’ll be loading soon. Hopefully, we can also get the 9th graders’ project posted. Still working on that.
Rumor has it that KTTC did a story as well. If it’s true, they hide it very well.
Loretta’s Pictures from 2003-2015
Also, Loretta gave us her trove of pictures of past Camps Moon Hwa. They’ve been loaded and can be found until the “Pictures and Videos” menu tab. Then click on “Loretta’s Pictures” and choose a year. Thank you, Loretta! They are great pictures!
Camp is all set up. The Food Crew hit the road this morning to buy plenty of food supplies for the week ahead. All we need now are campers to fill chairs.
There’s a bit of a change for the mornings this year. Each child will have a home room and that is where he or she will go first in the morning. Then the class leader will bring the kids to the gym for opening ceremonies. Parents who want to be there for the opening ceremonies will go directly to the gym while the kids are in homeroom.
We’re planning a little more for the opening ceremonies this year. We hope it adds to each camper’s experience.
We’ll have the last meeting before Camp Moon Hwa 2017 on June 5th at 6:00 at Madonna Towers. We’ll need to tie up loose ends and finalize things. So, if you’re someone who has loose ends or can tie loose ends, please be there.
If anyone saw today’s (Monday, May 15) front page of the Rochester Post Bulletin, you might recognize Miles from Camp Moon Hwa. Don’t worry; it’s good news. He’s being congratulated by Med City FC soccer player.
Here is the Post Bulletin’s gallery from the match: http://www.postbulletin.com/sports/localsports/photos-med-city-fc-lc-aris-fc-soccer/collection_371c35a2-3845-11e7-b6fc-1fb34b446a49.html
It leaves us wondering if, maybe, Camp Moon Hwa should sell their own soccer scarves. It seems worth considering.