Mount Shepherd Retreat Center
1045 Mount Shepherd Rd Ext
Asheboro, NC 27205
Fall Friends + Family Day
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Spring Friends + Family Day
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Friday, April 3rd 2020
Color Works Meeting Space at Revolution Mill, 1000 Revolution Mill Drive, Greensboro, NC
Megan 'Bubbles ' Crowley: This year, I am looking forward to watching the growth of Camp Kesem at UNC-Greensboro. It has been an honor watching us go from our first to our second year, and now I'm ready for the third! I especially can't wait to meet all of our new campers.
Kamone 'Sharkbait' Hyman: This year I am looking forward my last year of making magic happen at Camp Kesem at UNC-Greensboro as a director and another successful year! I am extremely excited to see our chapter continue to grow and welcome more people into our kesem family!
Abigail 'Butterfly' Gargiulo: My favorite Kesem memory was Make the Magic last year!
Kayleigh '' Needer: I am looking forward to fundraising and finding ways to raise money for camp this year.
Kylie 'Dumplin' Newman: This is the first year I am a part of Kesem. I am looking forward to making great memories and friends.
Olivia '' Tarpley: Looking forward to working with my fellow coordinators to put on an amazing week of camp!
Korin '' Norton: I have heard so much about the great work that Kesem does since my freshmen year, and now that I am a senior I am so excited to experience it hands on!
Jillian 'Walker' Cain: My favorite Kesem memory is getting covered in paint and shaving cream and slime during Messy Games- that was awesome!
Lauren 'Lemon' Szalay: Having a camper use my talent show routine as her warm and fuzzy.
Joshua 'SpiderMan' Burns : My favorite Kesem memory comes from the Summer of 2018. Towards the end of the camp week we had our messy games event. Not only did the campers get messy, but the counselors were involved in the mess as well.
Hayley 'Flare' Robertson: My favorite Kesem memory is seeing the campers reunite with their friends on the first day of camp the next year. It is amazing to see that their bonds and sense of community lasts the entire year until camp the next summer!
Riley 'Brownie' Crisp: I am looking forward to camp this summer! Camp is super duper special to me, and I am excited to be able to give kids the experience of a lifetime.
Samaria 'Rebel' Williams: My favorite Kesem memory is the talent show at camp 2019!
In addition to the year-round support, services, and training we receive from Kesem National,
we are grateful to those who provide support to our local Camp Kesem chapter including:
Our Advisory Board who provides ongoing guidance to our chapter’s leadership team.
Our corporate and foundation donors who provide critical resources to help fund the services we deliver locally.
The many retail and service providers who offer in-kind support for our summer camp as well as many or our year-round services.
Countless individuals – including our families and friends who honor our commitment to Camp Kesem with their financial support and unwavering encouragement.
Kesem’s national staff of over 30 professionals is involved in all aspects of establishing and supporting each of our 100+ chapters nationwide as well as the training and oversight of all college student leaders. Our leadership program has been developed over the last 17 years and, while both rigorous and demanding, is focused on providing the highest level of support, service and safety for the children who participate in our programs.
The Kesem Program Director for this chapter (see below) is involved in all aspects of camp and our additional services. While your local student leaders are your primary contact for questions, you are also welcome and encouraged to contact their Program Director with other specific questions.
Hannah joined the Camp Kesem National team as a Regional Program Director in April 2019. She first fell in love with the organization while attending University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where she served as an Alumni, Marketing, and PR Coordinator for one year and Co-Director for two. During her time as a student she also served as a Camp Advisor, Camp Prep Volunteer, Funder Prospect Research Intern and on the National Student Panel. She will graduate in May from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a Bachelor of Journalism in Advertising and Public Relations. From Omaha, Nebraska, she will reside in Chicago, Illinois, and can often be found enjoying the outdoors, drinking coffee or exploring new breakfast restaurants.