Volume 61 - Number 2 - Friday, August 18, 2000
Camp Activity Articles (cont.)
By Alexi Leight-Pappas
Sports Broadcasting is one of the most worthwhile classes at Camp Shohola. Tim and Steve take much care in preparing interesting lessons for all of the campers. In this class, campers learn how to do everything from play-by-play to actual field interviews. We get to keep up with sports news while being exposed to the excitement and thrill of broadcasting over the radio at the same time. In my many years at Camp Shohola, I have taken few classes as interesting and unique as Sports Broadcasting.
By Jorge Nunez
The Infirmary is a place where a lady, named Rachael, and another lady, Bea, are going to help you if you feel sick or have got hurt. They will make you feel better.
Every week you go to the infirmary for a shower inspection, then the nurses check your hair for insects. They also check your back and fingers for bites and cuts, all this because of your well being and the health of all the campers.
Lice or bleeding wounds could easily make a big problem for the health of the campers.
By Morgan Blanchet
Soccer is really fun. I have been playing it for 6 years, and it never getting boring. In soccer class, we play games like World Cup. We do soccer drills that are fun, especially when you are with a friend. It is also fun to play with older campers. Learning from the counselors and the more experienced campers is very beneficial. This is why I say, soccer rocks!
International Food Night
By Marcus Brown
Here at Camp Shohola, we experience many different cultures. On Sunday, August 6th, we got the chance to taste the food from all over the world.
We tasted foods from Scotland, Egypt, Finland, England, Spain, Mexico, and other various countries and cultures. Also, we tasted foods from all over the U.S. It was a very worthwhile experience. My personal favorite was the Jambalaya, compliments to the chef. I think next year's International Food Day will be even better.
By Steven Winkler
Tennis is a really great sport. The class at Shohola is taught by Rudy, Chris Heron, and Pete Berman. We do drills, play games, make jokes, and just plain have fun