It has been over a year now since COVID-19 landed on the scene, and it has not failed to affect every part of daily life since that grand entrance.
#24447 Carlos Toribio was an essential member of the 2016 and 2019 A-Hut Teams. His energetic and friendly demeanor will be remembered by anyone who worked with Carlos. Today he is in training for one of the biggest adventures of his life--a cross country tandem bike ride with his longtime friend Tim Conners
For the safety of our community, we have made the decision to not hold our typical family weekend at both Dudley and Kiniya this summer.
DATELINE: 126 DUDLEY ROAD, Westport, New York, March 2021 - While not much in this dispatch will come as Breaking News to the members of our community, it is this author’s intent to convey our appreciation for our most recently retired colleague - Fred Guffey.
The emotion I feel most acutely thinking back on the last year is gratitude. Though I am undeniably tired of the pandemic, the last year brought me joy, love, connection, and growth that I would never have had without it. I am deeply thankful for what feels like a multitude of silver linings.
Throughout these winter months, our thoughts have been with you all. The continued uncertainties, the stresses, and the challenges have been real and palpable and we want you to know how much we are thinking of you. We also want to take a moment to reaffirm that it remains our intention, hope, and plan to operate Camp in summer 2021.
I don’t think I’ll ever forget my first COVID-19 meeting. We sat three to a table – barely fitting twelve people into the hospital’s largest conference room
Read our latest January E-News!
The Camp Dudley Board of Trustees is committed to confront racism and injustice where we find it, including in ourselves. In support of those goals, we are publishing two open letters
Merry Christmas from Camp Dudley and Kiniya!