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TheSpirit2011 Volume #5

Published once each year for the girls, leaders, and staff of

Camp Dudley at Kiniya Colchester, VT 05446!

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Editor’s Note As The Spirit’s new editor, I wanted to take a page out to give special thanks to those

who helped me this past summer. Without all of you, this book would not have been possible. Thank you to Martha Storey for taking the time to help me out with the beginning stages of the design process and for checking in with me along the way to see how it was going. To all who submitted photos on a weekly, and sometimes daily, basis – your efforts have shown through brilliantly in this edition. To Liz Longo, Hanna McPheron, Nick Ansell, Andi Lyons and Hannah King for always being there to pick up a camera DQGVWDUWVKRRWLQJDWDPRPHQW¡VQRWLFH$QGĂ€QDOO\WR0DUQLH0F'RQDJKDQG.DW Hood, for giving me an opportunity to work at this awesome place for the past two camp seasons. This job has helped me tap into a creative side I never knew I had. Over the summer, a few friends asked me what it’s like at Kiniya, as they had never been to Colchester before. I kept thinking back to my most memorable impression of WKLVSODFHDIWHUFRPSOHWLQJP\Ă€UVWVHDVRQKHUH²VRPDQ\VPLOLQJIDFHV Hopefully this book has captured just that. Yoha, Brendan “Leftyâ€? Loughman #15877


The Spirit 2011

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Dedication Staff Athletics Waterfront Outdoors Arts Riding Spiritual Germany Juniors Seniors Awards Kiwi Night Gallery

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The Spirit Staff Editor

Brendan “Lefty� Loughman

Chief Photographers

Brendan Loughman, Liz Longo, Hanna McPheron

Contributing Photographers $QGL/\RQV0DUQLH0F'RQDJK.DW+RRG Jake Rutter, Emma White, Sarah-Jane Service, +DQQDK.LQJ1LFN$QVHOO'DYH%DURRG\3DJH0F&RQQHOO Bethany Silva, Lucy Solie-Vilker, Randy Breeckner, & all camper volunteers


Dedication Gail Coleman #20005 Kiniya’s Head Chef, Gail Coleman, a native of Vermont, is no stranger to our Camp community! In 1992, Gail was hired as Camp’s second chef, serving lunch and dinner four days per week. A talented chef, with strong leadership skills, the PRYHWR+HDG&KHILQZDVVLJQLÀFDQWIRUKHU It brought with it an increase in job responsibilities and time commitment. As Head Chef, Gail has a special dedication to Kiniya. This is most evident in the daily meals she provides our community. Chef Gail works closely with Marnie in creating the meal plan each summer, manages all aspects of food service, food orders and oversees the health and safety operations of our kitchen. Like every event she handles, her menu, attention to detail, and personal care in serving is appreciated by all. At Kiniya, Chef Gail has found a second home where she enjoys the challenge of addressing the daily nutritional needs of our camp community. She has embraced our emphasis toward healthy living and sustainability and focuses on preparing nutritious and delicious meals. Her menu offers something for everyone with special attention paid to vegetarian options, gluten-free diets, home-style soups, healthy salads, fresh baked breads and desserts, and substantial hot meals. The hardest worker we have ever known, Gail commits over 60 hours per week to Kiniya during her summers at Camp! The kitchen day starts early for Gail, who arrives at 5 am and works until SPÀYHGD\VSHUZHHNZLWKDQH[WHQGHG hour shift on Saturdays. If there are Special Events VXFKDV.LZL'LQQHU%DQTXHWRU3DUHQWV9LVLWLQJ 'D\VKHZRUNVDGGLWLRQDOORQJKRXUVWRHQVXUH success. A chef of 38 years, Gail’s career in the Food Service industry began at Trinity College. She later made the move to Champlain College and then onto University of Vermont, where she currently resides 4

DV7KH)RRGVHUYLFH'LUHFWRUDW+DUULV0LOOLV6HUYing anywhere between 1700 to 2400 meals per day, IXOĂ€OOLQJDOHDGHUVKLSUROHDWWKHODUJHVWFROOHJHLQ Vermont is a credit to Gail’s skills and outstanding management style! While Gail enjoys her full-time job, she notes that her summer role at Camp is her ‘Real Job’! When asked during an interview by Leader, Mary Piazza, this summer, Chef Gail noted the reasons she loves Camp so much. Said Gail, “This is a big job. It’s non-stop. It’s not a ODUJHIDFLOLW\ZKHUH\RXKDYHWKHIDQF\HTXLSPHQW We do everything by hand here, like your grandmother would have done when she was preparing PHDOVIRU\RXUIDPLO\DQGLWUHTXLUHVWHDPZRUNWR be successful. Everyone is a valued member of this community, and this is emphasized in the kitchen DVPXFKDVLWLVRQWKHVSRUWVĂ€HOG0\IDYRULWHSDUW of my job is that I get to work with Pat Teague and VXSSRUWĂ€YHJLUOVIURPGLIIHUHQWFRXQWULHVHDFK summer in the kitchen. I try to take them under my wing like they’re my own to make sure they have HYHU\WKLQJWKH\QHHGWRHQVXUHDSRVLWLYHH[SHULence for them. That’s important to me!


The Spirit The greatest reward of my job at Camp, and the primary reason I return year after year, IS THE &+,/'5(17KHLUSRVLWLYHDWWLWXGHVDQGWKHLU compliments make every day a good day! I get immense satisfaction knowing that somebody’s mother sent her child here and that the child is so very happy and content because of the food and WKHORYLQJVXSSRUWLYHHQYLURQPHQWVKHÀQGVKHUH The education and leadership opportunities these girls are getting, no matter what activity they’re doing, is remarkable and it’s a pleasure to be a part of it�. Chef Gail is known and loved by the campers, leaders, and staff. She has played an unforgettable and essential part in each of her 20 summers at Camp. Therefore, we proudly dedicate this 2011 issue of The Spirit to our Head Chef, our mentor, PRWKHUÀJXUHDQGRXUIULHQG*DLO&ROHPDQ

Two facts you may not know about Gail: 1. With an incredibly strong work ethic, Chef Gail has never missed a day of work at Camp, and has spent seventeen of her last twenty birthdays working her regular shift at Camp! The only years she missed were in 1995, 2000, and 2006, when her birthday fell on a Sunday! Now that’s dedication!!! 2. Chef Gail rides a motorcycle! She owns a 1986 Honda Rebel, a replica of the Harley-Davis low-rider motorcycle. She claims it’s the only kind of bike that’s low enough to touch her feet to the ground! At approximately 5 feet tall, Gail can often be found using stepping stools and crates in the kitchen. She claims that she hasn’t ridden in two years because she works too much! We have no doubt that’s the case! 5


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Chapel Talk

by Bear Think of your favorite song for a moment. What strikes you about it? What makes it the best song that you can think of? Is it a Lady Gaga song? Is it a camp VRQJ"'RHVLWKDYHD catchy tune or a great rhythm?

blocks that pop out of the ground in strange places. I was sitting behind a piano in a completely gray room with no windows, wishing that I could be in the dining hall playing a few songs before lunch began, catch a glimpse of the Lake and the Adirondacks, and sit down for a delicious Gailcooked meal with all of you.

I cracked open my hymnal and began to play through a few of my favorite songs: This is My Father’s World, Follow the Gleam, Climb Every ,DPDO\ULFVSHUVRQ7KHĂ€UVWWKLQJWKDW,QRWLFH Mountain. Eventually I got distracted with some when I hear a song is whether I like its words. I different chords and began to write a song about can tell you that the Rattlin’ Bog tells the story of camp. I came back to the piano several times that a tree, located in a bog, that ZHHNDQGHYHQWXDOO\FUHDWHGDĂ€UVW KDVDELUGDQHJJDQGDĂ HD of the song. It was short, ;Yehakl`]gf]hdY[] version living on top of it. When I was with only two verses, and it was a leader in Cabin 14, I learned gf]Yjl`l`Ylo][Yf RNEXW,GLGQ¡WWKLQNLWZDVTXLWH that Taylor Swift, according right. It had a different melody to her song “You Belong with than the one that most of you have YdoYqk[Ydd`ge] Me,â€? is a tomboy who wears heard and it was slightly higher. I sneakers, does not cheerlead, recorded it on my computer and and wishes a certain boy would notice her. I can sent it to a few friends, but pretty much forgot also tell you that Katy Perry’s E.T. is about aliens, about it, assuming that it would become one of VRUWRIDQG$GHOH¡V5ROOLQJLQWKH'HHSLVDERXWD the many songs that disappear into my lyrics broken heart: she sings about loving someone who books and never make it to an audience’s ears. I hurt her, and how their love could have become continued to practice for hymn sing, write other VRPHWKLQJH[WUDRUGLQDU\EXWGLGQRW songs, and after a few months I came back to camp for my second fabulous summer in Colchester. I wrote ‘Neath the Pines during the winter of my About a year later, Kat dug up the song and sophomore year of college. I had been a leader showed it to Marnie. The two of them asked me in Ark the summer before and had absolutely if I could work on the song and with the help of a fallen in love with Camp. The practice rooms at IHZFORVHIULHQGVLQFOXGLQJP\PRPDQG'¡$QQH Wesleyan are in the basement of large concrete +XUGIURPWKH'XGOH\FRPPXQLW\,HGLWHGLWWR become the version of ‘Neath the Pines that you know. The best songs I have ever written are in two categories. I have moment-of-pure-inspiration songs, where I sit down at a piano and crank out a VRQJZLWKLQDIHZKRXUV7KHVHWHQGWRWHOOVSHFLĂ€F stories, refer to particular people, and use fairly simple musical patterns. Some of them are great, a lot of them are terrible. On the other hand, I have songs that I come back to over and over again. I edit them several times, change the way that I play them, and add new parts. ‘Neath the Pines was one of these.


The Spirit As I said, I like songs whose lyrics mean something WRPH:KHQ\RXJLUOVVLQJWKHĂ€QDOĂ€YHWRPH and to each other at the end of Hymn Sing, I listen to what you’re saying. Climb Ev’ry Mountain challenges us to be brave, One Light promises XVWKDWZHZLOOĂ€QGJXLGDQFHLQRXUMRXUQH\ and You’ll Never Walk Alone reminds us that if following our dreams leads us into a dark and VWRUP\SODFHZHFDQDOZD\VĂ€QGSHRSOHDURXQGXV who love us and support us. The lyrics to ‘Neath the Pines remind me of camp. 7KH\VSHDNRIWKHOR\DOIULHQGVZHĂ€QGKHUHWKH ERQGWKDWZHKDYHZLWKRXU'XGOH\EURWKHUV the sunsets over Lake Champlain, and most importantly, the fact that Camp is one place on Earth that we can always call home. Hearing each of you sing those words back to me on Sunday nights is one of the most moving and honestly RYHUZKHOPLQJWKLQJV,KDYHHYHUH[SHULHQFHG6R this Chapel Talk is really meant to be a thank you, for listening to me, and for allowing me to listen to all of you, together at the end of each week.

F]Yl`l`]haf]kgn]j;`YehdYafk waters Lies a spirit strong and kind Girls whose hearts are full and loyal >af\l`]ek]dn]kYl`ge] OYl[`l`]kmfk]llaf_ g]jl`]egmflYafk Dakl]f^gjgmjZjgl`]jkkgf_ >]]dl`][Ydeo`]fl`]\Yqakgn]j >af\qgmjk]d^Yl`ge] A^qgmĂšf\qgmj]^YjYoYq^jge Kiniya girls who hold you dear Close your eyes hear the soft, sweet whisper :][cgfkmk`ge]$Z][cgfkmk`ge]$ Z][cgfkmk`ge]lgalkk`gj]k

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by Meagan What are 10 Things about yourself that you are proud of? Let’s think about it for 5 seconds‌ It’s hard, isn’t it?

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With some time removed, and serious thought into who I am, I realized that I was looking at it from the wrong perspective. I forced myself to ORRNGHHSHUWRVHDUFKP\FKDUDFWHULQRUGHUWRĂ€QG something to put on that list.

Here we go‌ ,PDGHLWRQWKH'HDQ¡V/LVWDW&ROOHJHWKLVVHPHVter! That was something small, yet respectful. What else was there? ‌ I can name every dog breed, HA! That’s not just something any average human being would know.

And there it was, I was making progress with my list and realizing that small things are accomplishI have never run a marathon, nor climbed to the ments too. I just needed to look at top of an ice-covered wall. After my P\XQLTXHJLIWVDQGWDOHQWVHYHQ I Just needed to Ă€YH\HDUVRQWKHVZLPWHDP,QHYHU the small ones. walked away with a blue ribbon. My look at my unique skating team never made it into the top gifts and talents, I can tie a cherry stem with my ten, and I’ve never left the country to tongue; I can recite the song “baby WUDYHOWKHZRUOG7KHH[HUFLVHRIFRP]n]fl`]keYdd got backâ€? word for word; and I ing up with 10 things I was proud of won the leader/staff Big Mouth ones. was beginning to make me feel really JDPH1RRQHHOVHKDVWKDWH[DFWFRPELQDWLRQRI bad about myself. achievements. Huh, things that I am proud about +DYLQJVXFKGLIĂ€FXOW\FRPLQJXSZLWKP\OLVW, left the meeting disappointed and frustrated, and continued to think about it for days afterward. Because I didn’t have any concrete accomplishments P\LPPHGLDWHUHVSRQVHWRWKHTXHVWLRQZDVWKDW, had accomplished nothing and therefore had nothing to be proud of.

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are not things others would necessarily be proud RI,FDQVWDQGXSRQZDWHUVNLHV,Ă€QLVKHGDERRN yesterday and I make cool friendship bracelets. These accomplishments seem like every day activities, which they are, but they are also my tiny victories. It makes no sense for me to compare my accomplishments to other people because I am not that person, nor will I ever be. I am improving my spelling skills, I love my laugh and right now, this very minute, I am overcoming my fear of public speaking.


The Spirit My “accomplishmentâ€? list slowly changes to WKLQJVWKDW,DPSURXGOLNHWKHRULJLQDOTXHVWLRQ had asked. I had subconsciously decided that the only thing you can be proud of is an achievement, and that’s just not true. I am proud that I know Bear’s Hymn by heart; I am proud of all of my peers; and I am proud to be a Leader at Kiniya. There, 13 things that I am proud of in a matter of 2 min and 37 seconds. None of the things I just listed are necessarily outstanding, but these strange little tid-bits of fun facts and special skills are what make up me, Meagan Oliver. It took me until this summer to realize that small things are great things. You don’t need to complete VRPHHSLFTXHVWRUGUDPDWLFDOO\VXFFHHGLQDORQJ pending goal in order to be proud of who you are. 'RQ¡WJHWPHZURQJLWWDNHVDORWRISUDFWLFHWR DFFHSWWKHVLPSOHWKLQJVDERXW\RXUVHOIDVXQLTXH DQGVLJQLĂ€FDQW,W¡VKDUGZRUNEXWEHLQJDEOHWR see that every small victory you gain along the way is something to be proud of.

I am proud of who I am, and that in itself is something to be proud of!

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Bmfagj<anakagf Juniors!!! to Bungalow!!!!!!!!!!!!! As I sit in my cool, airconditioned, apartment in Los Angeles, I cannot help but wish I was sitting around the hot, PRVTXLWRLQIHVWHG-Xnior Council ring with you all. Summer 2011 ZDVĂ&#x20AC;OOHGZLWKGXFWWDSHEUDFHOHWVODFURVVHSHQnies, shallow Lake Champlain water, and lots and lots of memories you- nor I- will ever forget. /HW¡VWDNHDTXLFNWULSGRZQPHPRU\ODQHRU maybe down Kiniya road if you wishâ&#x20AC;Ś

summer, our second session campers were DQ[LRXVO\DZDLWLQJ their turn to come to camp. 7KH-XQLRU'LYLVLRQ leaders pulled out all the stops second session, and planned three incredible council rings. Remember the multiple dogs who came to visit XVDWFDPSDWRXUĂ&#x20AC;UVW ever Best in Show council ring, or your fearless Assistant Leaders taking on the milk challenge at the Leader vs. Food council ring? Although these council rings were awesome. And of course, second session wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t complete without our Summer Vacation â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Ganza - complete with a wave pool, slip n slide, and boat rides, our ganza had the Seniors wishing they hadnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t grown up so fast!

First session started off with a bang. We celebrated the Forth of July with an early morning dip, parade DURXQGFDPSXVWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVWHYHU&DPS'XGOH\DW.Lniya 1 and 3 kilometer running races, and an afternoon carnival complete with greased watermelon, sponge toss, and apple diving. Later in the session we took a break from summer and headed back to school for our Mad D]lklYc]Yima[cljah\gof 6FLHQWLVW([WUDYDJDQ]D:HJRWWR memory lane- or maybe down WU\RXWDOORIP\IDYRULWHVFLHQFHH[Kiniya Road if you wish... periments. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure you will never forget making crazy colored erupting volcanoes or watching diet coke H[SORGHRXWRIDERWWOHDIWHUVKRYing Mentos into it. We wrapped up Ă&#x20AC;UVWVHVVLRQZLWKWKHFRPSOHWLRQRI RXUVHUYLFHSURMHFWEHQHĂ&#x20AC;WWLQJWKH 5RQDOG0F'RQDOG+RXVHLQ%XUOington. By making cards and Paper 0DFKHĂ RZHUVIRUWKHSDWLHQWVDQG families, we helped to brighten WKHLUKRPHVDQGJLYHWKHPDQH[WUD boost of support many of them were in need of. $VĂ&#x20AC;UVWVHVVLRQFDPSHUVOHIWRXU gates to return home for the remainder of the 46

-XQLRU'LYLVLRQ H[WHQGHGRXU community outreach all the way to Afghanistan second session. With the help of our devoted and beloved Nurse Jean, we participated in a morning of card and Ă DJPDNLQJWR show our support for the American troops abroad. Celebrating Christmas in August really topped off second


Cheetah session. Running to the dining hall after lights out to sing Christmas carols and eat milk and cookies was a highlight of my summer! Thank you all for another incredible summer in -XQLRU'LYLVRQ,KRSH\RXDOOWKLQNRIFDPSDVRIten as I think about each of you. Enjoy your school year, and continue to improve your dougie dance moves, because after allâ&#x20AC;Ś

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K]fagj<anakagf BMLL>GBHKKN;RHNK;>EERMBF>%L>GBHK KN;RHNK;>EER MBF>PA>K>R::M8 PA>K>R::M8 Unfortunately, not at camp but thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s okay because right now youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re at home reading The Spirit! And what is it that was your favorite part about the summer of 2011 â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Neath the pines? Was it Spirit Saturdays where you hung out with your little spirit? Or what about â&#x20AC;&#x153;grossâ&#x20AC;? Council Ring where you watched Laurel Henderson eat peanut butter out of her armpit? 3HUKDSV\RXDUHPLVVLQJWKHEDWKKRXVH DOWKRXJK ,H[WUHPHO\GRXEWLW HYHQWKRXJK\RXJX\VGLG keep that bathhouse mighty fresh, proud oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; you! Maybe you miss cheering for you team on the new Carr basketball court or creating pottery with your major at the Treiber Center. Wait, have you been time traveling again? I misplaced the )OX[&DSDFLWRU and maybe it ended up with one of you, try hooking it up to the car! We could end up back in Ancient Greece or perhaps the Colonial times to do some more cooking RQWKHĂ&#x20AC;UH

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Be sure to remember those Cabin Supper skills! I wish we could time travel back to the lodge for movie night! I will always remember hearing your laughs at the witty jokes said by those little gnomes. Or maybe we can travel back in time to Germany so we can join our girls on the *HUPDQH[FKDQJH 'R\RXUHPHPEHU the Forth of July talent show? Learning about Amurica was epic, educational $1'IXQ:HUH\RX able to make your leader laugh at council ring? What about the amazing evening where you ran to the dining hall AFTER Vespers for CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST? I have never heard DGLYLVLRQVRORXGDIWHUWDSVH[FHSWIRUWKHODVW night of camp when you had the crazy dance party LQWKHĂ&#x20AC;HOGZLWKJORZVWLFNV +DYHDQ\RI\¡DOOJRQHWRDQRWKHUFRXQW\IDLU"'LG WKH\KDYHD'-DVZRQGHUIXODV(PWULVKRUGLGWKH\ eat as many corndogs as Courtney? I highly doubt LW7KHEURNHQUHFRUGVRQ.LQL\D5HFRUG'D\DQG showing us weird skills while playing The Mostest Game really showed what kind of division you truly were.


Sammi I miss you all and I hope you are having a great school year. You’re all wonderful! In fact, I would say...

YOU’RE THE BEST… AROUNDDDDD! Sammi Muther #21531

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Awards Three Week Award Recipients Caroline Carlton Sammy Clark %URRNH'HDQH Sophia Franco Page Freeman Sara Gillis Mackenzie Howe Kate Huller +DOH\.RSÁHU 7DHJHQ.RSÁHU Katie Miller *H*H3ÁDJHU Zoe Verni Helen Clark 0HUULW'DYLH Fiona Maruca

Maggie Polk Caroline Scanlan Emma Spinale Ellie Storey Mackenzie Timbel Emma White Alaina Cohen 0DJJLH'RODQ Mara Kotz Jojo Rinehart-Jones Eva Wertimer Olivia Coutre Alli Kothari Grace Totman Ellie Whelan

Six Week Recipients Liz Barnes (PPD*ULIÀQ Gen McCann Katie Shusdock Sarah Thomann

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Chloe Ashton Cassie Boylan Brooke Dean Melinda Edie Celia Garrett Isabel Getz Mackenzie Howe Kate Huller Casey Hynes Emma Kiesling Bea Kilkelly-Schmidt LY]_YfCghĂ&#x203A;]j Lucy Martin

Zoe McPheron Olivia Nichols Amanda Perry Maggie Polk Sarah Raymond Jenna Sachs Maddie Seibold Bethany Silva Kit Smith Margot Smith Mackenzie Timbel Mandy Wark Jessie Williams

Julia Asphar Randy Breeckner* Catherine Butler* Annabelle Chace Helen Clark Catherine Ferri Emily Freed Jorunn Gluyas* Grace Haggerty Holin Hanau* Katie Hoffmeister Kathryn Hood* Keziah Hoyt Clare Hynes Morgan Johnston Mia Lambo* Liz Longo* Mahala Marshall-Rutter Fiona Maruca Ibby Maruca

Sarah McDonough DaZZqG@YjY Sierra Pribble Adel Rodriguez Carolyn Rogers* Kissy Rowley* Alice Russell Kate Seibold* Sarah Shmerler Kathleen Simpson* Abigail Thompson Tori Ulin* Annie Vernon Kyla Waldron Charlotte Wertimer Eva Wertimer Sidney Wertimer Sarah Wilton Claire Womack

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