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- had lost the camp director two weeks into the summer
- many of the staff seemed to be just going through the paces
- hygiene was an issue in the mess hall
- virus spread through camp (origin unknown but thought to hav e originated from latrine overflow near the pool)
- food was bad
- leader guide contained program offerings they had no intention of having"
A business letter from your IH/COR to the Council SE of the this camp is in order.
Spreading the word, through your Professionals/Commissioner, that this camp does not pass muster, may well be in order.
News of good customer service travels a bit, and not very fast.
News of bad customer service travels far and swiftly.
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- Mar 2004
- Jan 2006
Yes, we have sent a formal letter. I feel bad for the camp ranger and the staff that were trying hard. They were left in the lurch by the director leaving and her poor hiring decisions. All that left the camp staff scrambling to cover missing program areas. Making it worse was that we were at CDB last year which made the differences in camps even more stark.
I have no doubt they can fix the problems. I spoke to the DE and CE (who were at the camp taking time out of their vacation to help make things better) and they are aware of the issues and are taking proactive steps to make things better. Heck, I even told them if I were running things I would use CDB as a template as I think they (CDB) have things right. At least they did in 2011. ;-)
- May 2013
The fun of camping is just amazing. The experience gained by any person by visiting new places, survive with limited supplies and ultimately face different conditions together feels great. Out of so many camping suggestions it certainly becomes a little tough to decide that what sort of adventure should be selected to have a good time.
- Jun 2006