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Visit to CRS Europe - Staff-less Day
Jan Ingemansen - Former CRS/R Camp Director
Written by <a href="/people/view-your-profile/userprofile/Jan%20Ingemansen">Jan Ingemansen</a>   
Thursday, 06 August 2009 02:59

Water fight LXVIIIn later years I have been fantasizing about a staff-less camp and finally - on June 17th - I got to experience camp in action without any staff present. It was an interesting and rewarding experience.

When I was first on staff in the early nineties. I assigned great importance to the staff role, but  the more experience as staff I've accumulated, the less important it seems to me. I have seen seasons with very inadequate (almost counter-productive) staff groups produce a wonderful season with maximum camper development and growth of leadership - maybe the in-adequateness of staff actually facilitated this. Also thinking back on my own camper season I think my fellow campers, the foreign environment and the challenges produced by this, are factors that weigh heavier than the impact of staff.

Visit to CRS Europe
Jan Ingemansen - Former CRS/R Camp Director
Written by <a href="/people/view-your-profile/userprofile/Jan%20Ingemansen">Jan Ingemansen</a>   
Friday, 17 July 2009 12:27

I've visiting Camp Rising Sun Europe in Stendis, Denmark for a few days. And I will blog about my impressions of life at camp anno 2009.

Evening Program - ImprovisationI got of the bus in Stendis Tuesday afternoon and arrived at what turned out to be the end of rest hour. Campers greeted me in a foyer filled with drying racks of laundry rescued from a recent rain-shower. Apart from the laundry camp looks very tidy and clean. It might seem a minor thing but the physical condition of camp often reflects the season as a whole. And as I would learn over the next few days, camp is really neat and tidy this season.

Greetings from new LAJF Executive Director Judy Fox
LAJF news
Written by <a href="/people/view-your-profile/userprofile/Palle">Judy Fox</a>   
Tuesday, 07 July 2009 07:47

Dear Rising Sun Alumni and Friends:

Greetings, everyone!  I am more than delighted to be writing to you as the new Executive Director of LAJF.  I have enjoyed a month of becoming acquainted with the precepts of the Rising Sun program and the work of the foundation.  In this first letter, I’d like to share with you what attracted me to this position in the first place, and what I see as the challenging and exciting work before us.

Annual Hungarian Camper Preparation Meeting!
Alumni Association news
Written by <a href="/people/view-your-profile/userprofile/Kasperwc">Fazi</a>   
Monday, 25 May 2009 00:00

On May 9th 2009, CRS Alumni Association of Hungary held its annual camper preparation meeting. The meeting is an informal get-together for alumni of the association, the newly selected camper(s) and his/her family, where questions ranging from "life at camp" to more practical things like "what to bring to camp" are answered. It's also a great opportunity to get to know the new camper(s) and his/her family/families better...and of course to have allot of fun.

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