Aquinas College Camp 2 Blog
It has been great to have the students and teachers from Aquinas College back at The Summit for their second of three camps. It was lovely to see some familiar returning student leaders as well. With no time to waste, it was time to get straight into camp life and come up with tribe names during the initiatives and first rotations of activities. The tribe names were Top G’s, Dungalicious, Moon Boots, Cowabunga, Couldn’t Care Less, Neesdogs, Jelly and Turtles. We love the creative names each tribe chooses. The weather did its best to try and stop us from having fun, but the students just embraced the wet weather and soldiered on to complete 8 rotations of activities and the Monster Course.
Here are the results from the tribe challenges.
Photo Scavenger Hunt:
Moon Boots 180
Couldn’t Care Less 330
Turtles 550 Cowabungas 600
Top G 660 - WINNERS
Couldn’t Care Less 27.17
Top G 24.58
Moon Boots 19.28
Cowabunga 16.28 - WINNERS
Well down to everyone who participated.
Moon Boots improved by 6.30 Dungalicious improved by 7.12
Neesdogs improved by 7.35
Couldn’t Care Less with an improvement of 8.45
Cowabungas improved by 9.43
Jelly improved by 11.23
Top G improved by 13.10
Turtles improved by 14.57 - WINNERS!!
At the end of camp each tribe voted for someone in their tribe who lived by The Summit Camp Five Keys. Those keys were Have Fun, Play All In, Make Lots of Mistakes, Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable, Don’t Go Home Wondering What If. The tribe members who were voted for were rewarded with a ride in The Summit army tank. Congratulations to Laura, Ruby, Tom, Samantha, Will, Shana, Piper and Lucy.
Thank you again to those that came to camp from Aquinas College. We look forward to seeing you again in the near future.