For 65 years, we have welcomed you to the mountain. We’ve invited you to share in our Fire of Friendship, determined in our belief that every person shares the potential to grow in wisdom, to discover their unique and independent voice, to nurture others and to engage their communities. The fun and challenging programs we have offered have fostered communication, trust, problem-solving and deeper spiritual connections, while preparing young people to lead and be led. The South Mountain YMCA Camps have been more than a series of camping and retreat programs on the mountaintop, they have been a way of life – a philosophy – that has proved exciting to explore and easy to embrace for generations. This summer, we hope you continue to Keep the Fires Burning and join us on the mountaintop for Alumni Day on July 27th!
In the summer of 2013, we’ll be celebrating the 65th year of continuous operation for YMCA Camp Conrad Weiser, as well as the 30th year the South Mountain YMCA has operated as an independent YMCA Camp and Conference Center. In addition to being a great opportunity to reconnect with your camp family, it’s also a great time to remember our founders and those individuals who have built this camp through their time, talents and treasure.
We hope to see you back on the mountain this year!
Nathan Brant, CEO
South Mountain YMCA Camps
To get involved with the Alumni Day Planning Committee, contact Nathan Brant at 610-670-2267 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bring your family and friends to Camp for our Alumni Homecoming Event on Saturday, July 27th (3-8pm). Activities have been designed for both the young and the young-at-heart. Swimming in the Pool, Climbing the Tower, Riding the Zip Line, Shooting some Archery or Trap, and Hiking to the Peak are just some of the activities we have planned. The day will end with dinner in the dining hall, chapel, and a campfire at the Council Ring complete with cedar chips.