We thought you might want to see ahead of time the emails you will be getting from us once you register for camp. So here they are!
Camp starts next Saturday!
Check in is from 3 to 4:30
Remember to bring your medical & release forms to registration on Saturday between 3 and 4:30pm. If you are unable to get your medical form signed by a doctor, bring them anyways and have your doctor scan and email them to us Monday morning. If you were here earlier this summer, you do not need to bring your forms again unless something big changed.
The camp is located at 25 DAVID Plummer Rd, Raymond, Maine. directions and a packing list can be found on the FAQ page of the website.
More information coming soon,
Below is the camp roster. It is organized by last name of the camper. The far left column is the cabin assignment. The number after the cabin name is meaningless (camelot1 and camelot4 are both in the cabin Camelot).
Please check that your camper is listed correctly below. If you can't find your camper, the most common situation is that they are listed under the parent name.
Please also let us know if you have friends who think they are coming to camp this week but are not on this list.
Thanks for helping registration run smoothly,
Final call for camp...
Camp starts tomorrow! Check-in is from 3:00-4:30pm tomorrow at 25 David Plummer Rd in Raymond, Maine. We will not be set up for registration until 3:00. Please do not reach the camp gate until 3:00 unless you ask for permission to come early for transportation logistics.
Please remember to bring your MED & release forms with you to registration. Also please have your medications in their original packaging. If you cannot get a doctor's signature before check-in, just bring the unsigned paperwork with you and scan and email the signed copy on Monday.
**Please drive VERY SLOWLY through the white cottages on David Plummer Rd where the pavement ends.
A packing list can be found on the FAQ page of our website.
T-shirts will be on sale at check-in for $20 each. We accept all forms of payment.
If you have any trouble getting to camp, call Steve at 207.751.1828.
See you soon,
Be sure to note there are two Plummer Roads in Raymond. We are on 25 DAVID Plummer Road. Be sure to type
25 DAVID Plummer Road into your GPS. If you do not type "David Plummer" the GPS will take you to Plummer
road, which is the wrong road...
Also, some GPS units will tell you to turn off of 121 onto Panther Pond Pines Rd. This is incorrect. Once you are on Rt. 121, keep going until you get to David Plummer Rd. GPS units think that Panther Pond Pines Rd connects with David Plummer Rd, but it does not. Turn right off of Rt 121 directly onto David Plummer Rd.
See you soon at 25 DAVID Plummer Road.
You are invited to join us for the final campfire on Friday evening.
Campfire begins at 8pm and goes until about 9:30pm. It is located on the beach. Parent seating is on the bleachers in the back of the campfire circle.
If you will be taking your camper with you after the campfire, please come at 7pm to help get them packed up before campfire, and make sure you sign out your camper with the counselor on check-out at campfire.
You will be parking on the field.
It will be dark when you leave campfire, so you may want to bring a flashlight.
If it rains we will still hold 'campfire', but in the Colosseum. Park instead in the regular parking lot.
Visit the Final Campfire Page for more information.
Pick-up will be from 10-11am tomorrow at 25 David Plummer Rd in Raymond, Maine.
Please drive slowly through the white cottages.
A counselor will be on the road as you drive out of camp to check your camper out.
T-shirts will be on sale for $20.
You can see pictures from the week on Our Facebook Page
See you tomorrow!
Thank you for sending your children to Slovenski Camps for a great week in the Maine wilderness.
We had a fun week of exercise and education.
We did daily tick checks with the campers. We have tick traps around campus. At the end of each day, we tried our best to be sure the camp and the campers were free of ticks.
Tick-borne illnesses are a reality of life in New England, so please do a thorough post-camp inspection of your children. Parents are the best people to check for ticks.
If anyone who has been to a camp in Maine develops flu-like symptoms or has a rash of any kind, a doctor should be consulted for Lyme disease screening.
Peter, Dugan, & Steve Slovenski