Some of the projects include items campers will be making to send to various places. We’re looking for some donated items, so if you have any that you’d like to contribute, pack them when you come up to camp this summer!
Jeanie Vezie – Celebration of Life
Join us in celebrating the life of Jeanie Vezie on June 13, click here to RSVP.
Low Lake Levels
Due to the ongoing California drought, Huntington Lake will once again be at a low level this summer. Southern California Edison, who maintains the lake level, is reporting that the lake will be at 30-40% of capacity, which is similar to last summer’s lake level. In March, we were given a much more optimistic prediction (80%), but Southern California Edison has recently revised their estimates.
Huntington Lake is a large lake. At full capacity, it is six miles long. So, although the lake will be smaller than it is at full capacity, it is still a big lake (4.5-5 miles long) and large enough for our use. Because we have moveable docks and many other people on the lake do not, we had the lake mostly to ourselves last summer. We anticipate a similar situation this summer. We are planning to operate all of our normal water activities, with all the same fun campers are used to at GAC.
Because of the topography of the lakebed near the camp, our cove will be mostly empty. Our docks will be in the same location as last summer, which is about a 10 minute walk from our historic dock location.
The water level at Shaver Lake, where we have our island outpost, is predicted to be the same as last year, so we do not anticipate having to make any changes or relocating our docks for that program.
Huntington Lake’s low water level is not something that will impact the fun, friendships, and growth of GAC 2015. We’re choosing to see our lake as “half full” and being grateful that we can do all of our water sports in such a spectacular location.
Long-time Camper is National Champion Skier
Congratulations to camper McKenna Latt, who won her age group national title at the USASA (United States of America Snowboard and FreeSki Association) Nationals at Copper Mountain, Colorado on April 6. McKenna has been invited to join a camp devoted to developing US Ski Team/Olympic hopefuls. She may be traveling to Chile to ski this summer!
2015 Dance Themes
Get excited for our dances this summer! If you have items at home that fit the theme, bring them to camp, but don’t go out and purchase a costume. Campers can make something up at camp that’s fun and creative. Here are this year’s exciting dance themes:
Shaver Water Sports June: Hawaiian
Session One: Western
Session Two: Prehistoric
Session Three: Winter Wonderland
Session Four: Cartoon
Shaver Water Sports August & Mini Camp: Super Hero
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