It seems like a lifetime ago that the CD News Team started to create the Spring 2020 edition of our community magazine. Things were different back then. The health crisis, that now has touched every part of our world and disrupted summer of 2020, was just beginning.
We have made an important decision to release the Spring 2020 CD News in digital form and as it was originally designed. This important choice is necessary to help us conserve valuable resources during this challenging time and still provide you with the great news and content that you have come to expect from our Camps.
Our new website makes the great content of this edition available to you online and through your mobile device. We would like to invite you to check out the brand new, Camp Dudley News Hub! The hub is your one-stop-shop for all things CD News. All of the Featured Articles, News and Notes, Wedding Announcements, and much more, are there for your viewing pleasure!
One of our favorite features in this edition is the Back to Basics article. We think It is worth your time to read. It could even serve as a homeschool lesson or a family vesper. We hope you will be reminded of just how important and relevant the things we teach at Camp are to living in today’s world.
If you know of friends and family that do not have internet access and would still like to see a paper version of the magazine, please drop us a note or call the camp office, as we are exploring options as to how to get a physical version your way. We hope you are able to stay healthy. We are thinking of you all!
#13804 Matt Storey
#20001 Marnie McDonagh
CD News - Spring 2020
Dudley and Kiniya aim to foster growth and important skill development—seen and unseen; personal and communal. Generations of our campers learn and practice these basic, essential skills and take them away from Camp, building them into their daily lives and routines at home.
There is nothing better than keeping up with our summer community during the year. We do this through our Open House travels, photo sharing, lots of personal communication and, on the best days, going to sporting events! A number of our current Leaders and staff are playing sports at the collegiate level and we make sure to follow along during their seasons.
From time to time, Camp provides an introduction to some activity or experience that becomes a camper’s passion and perhaps even their vocation. In this edition, we read about #19178 Sam “Turtle” McKeown, and his Camp experience in Witherbee Hall that led to his amazing professional career in the live music industry.
One of the most extraordinary aspects of summer at Dudley and Kiniya is that if a camper from any decade of the 20th century were to step back on campus, they would know exactly where they were and would recognize many of the day-to-day activities that our campers still enjoy.
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