Apr 16, 2010
It seems that this GaGa thing is catching on! One of our local area papers, the Monticello Herald-Journal did a story about our local area schools adding GaGa pits to their playground equipment, and of course everyone loves it. And where did they first learn about this great Israeli game? Camp Tecumseh, of course!
Jun 12, 2009
We’re happy to announce that today Camp Tecumseh YMCA was mentioned in USA Today in their list of 10 great multi-generational camps across the USA, camps that have sessions where family groups can get together and have fun. Specifically the article mentions Grand Camp.
To find out more about regestering Camp Tecumseh Grand Camp, click here!
Jun 12, 2009
The Paper of Montgomery County wrote this article about last week’s Touchstone Energy Camp. As the article says, this is our seventh year of this camp, and we hope to see the Tipmont REMC host this camp for many more years to come.
Apr 10, 2009
Hi everyone! I am right on time with this installment of camp mp3s, but since both of these are fairly short songs I decided to upload them both. Don’t forget to come back in two weeks and get another mp3 to download.
As usual, we are moving full steam ahead towards Summer Camp! We have many plans and new stuff for you, including a couple of new web features for you to watch for daily! Keep your eyes here for all the updates and announcements coming up!
Download Link 1: Amazing Love, Week 8 2008
Download Link 2: I’ll Fly Away, Week 9 2008
Mar 15, 2009
As some of you might have seen in the local and national media, the Horseshoe Bend and Tecumseh Bend areas of the Tippecanoe River have had some flooding problems for the second year in a row. Being on a very high part of Tecumseh Bend, Camp has been lucky enough to avoid heavy damage in either flood (though some program areas were affected in each incident). Even though we’ve been lucky not to suffer much in these floods, we feel that this should be mentioned here on our news site as this year’s flood has once again caused problems and hardship for our neighbors. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
If you are interested in helping, you might want to visit the web site of Lafayette’s chapter of the Red Cross. Monetary donations often provide the most immediate help. Other organizations have also formed since last year’s flood to provide relief for these families, and please feel free to add any information you may have about these groups in this article’s comments.
The pictures below were taken by our employee Aaron Hutsell and have also been featured on several national weather web sites such as weather.com. Thanks for your hard work, Aaron.