Posts Tagged: CIT Abby Mager

Interview with Steve Sinde, drummer for Strange Arrangement

Did you know that Steve’s first experience with Strange Arrangement was at Summer Camp?  After hearing their set and grabbing a summer sampler CD, he learned all the music on his own… when they were on a hunt for a new drummer, he was the man for the job! Hear Steve & I chat about… Read more »

CIT Abby’s top 10 memories of Summer Camp 2012

Well folks, we did it.  And as a Summer Camp veteran, I’m going to go out on a limb and say this was possibly the best Summer Camp yet!  Here are the top 10 things I loved about this year…. 1.  Nobody’s set got rained out this year.  Whew! 2. The collective screams of approval… Read more »

Ch-Ch-Changes: What’s new at Summer Camp this year

Alright fellow campers, for those of us who have been here over the years, you’ll notice a lot of new stuff this year.  Here’s what I’ve noticed so far: RFID chips in your wristbands -  this year we’re high-tech, and you’ll need to get scanned in every time you enter or exit the park (for… Read more »

Sunday Funday – a dance party recap

If I could quickly sum up Sunday’s experience it would be: dance party. I peeled myself out of my tent around 9 (the latest I’d been able to sleep all weekend), got ready, and headed over to the Summer Camp offices to load up pictures and blog posts.  When I got there, I found out… Read more »

And the Party Don’t Stop: Saturday Recap by CIT Abby

Saturday morning the crowds began to rise, but I’d been up for hours thanks to sunrise kickball (see my other post on that!).  I spent the morning writing and posting photos in the Summer Camp offices in the church, and by 1pm I was on my way… First I headed over to the Starshine stage… Read more »

Saturday morning kickball with Ryan Stasik

If you’re particularly good at staying up all night (or waking up really early), you can catch sunrise kickball on Saturday.  The sun was already up at 6am when the group converged on the grass towards the back of the Sunshine Stage viewing area, and about 200 people were there and ready to play. I… Read more »