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The Senechronicles

  • 8/9/2018 8:00:00 PM

Hello friends of the village of Seneca! Tuesday night was bunk night! Each bunk had an amazing time bonding with each other through different activities.

Marlowe B. from says, “S-2’s bunk night was dance themed. We got to dance on slip and slides covered in paint. We also danced on the docks in the lake. It was so much fun and one of the most fun nights I’ve ever had at camp.”

S-4 had a fort building competition in the cabin. They were split into groups and had to build a “home” and pitch why it would be the best home for a new family to move into.

Talia G. from S-4 says, “I thought the bunk night was really cool because we got to make forts and it was a good way to spend time with people in our bunk.”

Meanwhile, everyone in S-1 had to pick a character and dress up and act like them the whole night. Lillian W. from S-1 says, “It was really fun dressing up as a character and doing makeup [like the character] and dancing.” 

On Tuesday night, middle Seneca had a special program with middle Mohawk where they had to build forts (yes, more forts!) and knock them down with dodgeballs.

Lily M. from S-3 says, “I like how they did it by age group because it was fun to get to know who is going to be in our tusc. It was really chaotic and fun.” 

Last night was “Respect Your Elders” village night. The whole village dressed like our grandmas and grandpas and had a great time hanging out in Seneca doing activities like tai chi, group story telling, bingo, and walking!

Thank you for reading! 

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