Holiday Sentiments from Tripp Lake Camp, December 2013

By December 16, 2013 January 4th, 2019 TLC Times

Dear Tripp Lake Camp Family and Friends,

Nothing makes me happier than spending my summers in Maine with so many bright, vivacious girls who share such an infectious enthusiasm.  Seeing so many of them recently at our reunion was a reminder of the wonderful spirit that exists among our camp community.  It was especially heartwarming to see that the outpouring of affection for each other was matched by their willingness to help those less fortunate.  While the focus is on reconnecting with camp friends, the contributions to the Carver Center Food Pantry and the donations to the Dunk Your Kicks program reflect the generosity and thoughtfulness of our girls and their families.

Tripp Lake Camp in Winter

Tripp Lake Camp in winter, Spahn House, DDI, Art Shops.

At Tripp Lake Camp, your daughter is part of a sisterhood that will extend far beyond her years at camp.  It is so rewarding to see how the young girls at camp look up to their older “sisters” and how the older girls look forward to being mentors for the younger girls.  They are creating bonds that will last the rest of their lives, and they are forging connections to generations of Tripp Lakers, both past and future.

During the year, I am always excited to hear the remarkable stories of accomplishment and the many ways in which our TLC girls are contributing in their schools and in their communities.  At this time of year, when we think of all our blessings, I am so grateful that you share your beautiful children with me and with all of us at Tripp Lake Camp.

Having met so many wonderful families who share the same hopes and dreams for their children as I do for my own, I am excited and optimistic as we look forward to the new year and another terrific summer in 2014!

Wishing you health and happiness in the coming year and always!

With warm regards,