As you start getting ready to send your child to Summer Camp, we have included a few answers below to common questions about reaching us while your camper is at Wenonah.
Can I email my child at Camp?
Yes, you can! Simply send an email to email@example.com and we’ll deliver it to your child.
Please put your child’s name (and their cabin or tabin name, if you know it) in the subject line, and we’ll print the email off and deliver it to your camper after dinner.
Please note that campers do not have access to the internet while they are at Camp, and won’t be able to respond to your email.
What about writing letters?
Camper mail is picked up each weekday, and delivered to campers after dinner.
If you’d like to write a letter to your camper, please address it to:
Campers are encouraged to write letters home each day during rest hour. We deliver mail to Bracebridge two times each week.
* Tip – send some self-addressed stamped envelopes to Camp with your child for when they want to write to family and friends!
Who can I contact if I have any questions or concerns?
Don’t forget, our Handbook is a great resource if you have any questions in the lead up to your child going to Camp.
You can also contact Caron Brick through email (firstname.lastname@example.org) at our Burlington Office (Caron will be away for a couple of weeks in July, but the office will stay open and we’ll be checking any emails sent to her!)
Office Coordinator Lauren Zucker oversees all activity at our Muskoka Office throughout the Summer. To reach our Muskoka Office, you can call (705) 645-6163. You can also email Lauren at email@example.com.
Nancy Vandenbergh is available to answer any questions you may have about camper health and wellness. You can email Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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