As it nears the start of its special camp, Quest will be hosting an Open House for the both student attendees and their parents on Thursday, June 20 from 5 to 6 PM at the Ludlow Community Center so that families may get a sneak preview of the daily schedule and activities planned for the seven week summer camp program sponsored jointly by the Town of Ludlow, the Ludlow Rotary Club, and the local school system. This will also provide the participants and their families an opportunity to meet the camp staff, share a meal, and sign up for the various camp programs offered.
Members of the Ludlow Rotary Club and the Ludlow Quest Staff are looking forward to welcoming students entering into the 9th and 10th grade to a unique 7-week summer experience filled with recreational and educational activities that may include kayaking, fly fishing, culinary arts, photography, carpentry, video production, jewelry making, dancing, sports, automotive and much more. Special field trips are also planned during the 7-week program. The program starts Monday, June 24.
Pictured above are, from left to right, Alyssa Collins and Tim Rumrill, two of the camp counselors, along with Venissa White, the program's Executive Director, as they finalize plans for the open house.
Students registration for the camp may be made at Ludlow Town Hall, Black River High School, or Green Mountain Union High School or via the Ludlow town web site, http://www.ludlow.vt.us/ selecting the Quest option. Information on the Quest program is available by calling Venissa White at 802-591-1661 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration ends on June 20; students must register in order to participate and no drop ins will be accepted.
Preceding the Open House, from 3:30 to 5 PM, the Quest staff and volunteers will conduct an orientation meeting.