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Virtual Omanut - How to Start and Make a Lanyard
Date: July 2, 2020
Making lanyards is a popular activity at Omanut, but starting one is always the hardest part!
We are so grateful to have Brooke Leiberman as our Head of Omanut so that she can teach you “How to Start a Lanyard.”
She opened her mind and her heart, learned many survival skills and gained a new sense of pride and confidence. I am forever grateful for Agree Outpost Camp.
Proud Agree Parent
As my daughter wrote in her last letter homeI have never been more happy! You can’t ask for anything more!Camp truly is the greatest place.
Sandy, Camp Maas Parent
My child came home and would have liked to get right back on the bus to go back! He talked about how much he loved his counselors and the friends he made. It was a great summer for him.
Lauren, Happy Tamarack Parent
Being a Tamarack staff member means having the best job on earth at the greatest place on earth, getting to change people’s lives daily and making memories and friends forever!
Maddie, Camp Maas Counselor
Living technology-free and in the woods helped to build a sense of rugged, pure community. The bonds created between campers and staff, memories made, and adventures had are like no other. I am beyond grateful for my Kennedy experience, and I can truly say that it changed my life.
Anna, Kennedy Camper
I love camp and its incredible people. I made great friends and only have wonderful memories!
My happiest memories were my summers at Tamarack. Everyone who stood up in my wedding were friends I met during my camp days.
Jeff, Tamarack Alumnus
As an alumni and now a parent, I wouldn’t want my kids anywhere else. They look forward to their time at camp for 340 days of the year! Thank You!
Sarah, Tamarack Parent & Alumnus
It was incredible. My son came home so confident and had an amazing experience. He grew independent, aware of others, and has memories that are life-lasting. Almost 2 weeks home and Agree experiences and smiles keep showing up.
Steve, Agree Dad
It is amazing to watch your campers grow up and enjoy the same magic that you did as a camper!