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Camp SAY: A Summer Camp for Young People who Stutter


Each day is unique—packed with fun & exciting activities—so a typical day may look like this:

A Day at Camp SAY

8:00 AM

Wake-Up with a Bunk-Load of New Friends & Awesome Counselors

8:45 AM

Breakfast with the Entire Camp

Amazing food & great time to meet new friends

9:45 AM

Camper’s Choice - General Recreation

Usually, once daily, campers choose which activity they want to do—perhaps today they choose Arts & Crafts, Swimming in the pool, Tennis, Singing, Volleyball, or more!

11:15 AM

Team Spirit

Before arriving at camp, campers choose one or more teams to join based on personal interests—perhaps it’s the Basketball Team or Design/Art Team—and together, teams work towards a collective end-of-camp goal!

12:45 PM

Lunch - Today It’s BBQ!

1:45 PM

Rest Hour

Campers relax in bunks, listen to music, hang with new friends, and write letters home

2:45 PM

Campers Collaborate

Campers work together in small groups to create an original presentation. Campers who choose not to appear on stage enjoy an important behind-the-scenes role

4:00 PM

Snack Time

4:10 PM

Camper’s Choice - General Recreation

Campers can again choose from a broad range of activities such as Swimming in the Pool, Ropes Course, Soccer, Dance, or Debate

5:30 PM

Mentor Time

Younger campers get paired with older campers to forge great friendships that last a lifetime

6:30 PM

Dinner – Today It’s Buddy Day

Another great meal & exciting opportunity to meet even more new friends with younger campers being paired at dining tables with older campers—it’s a great experience!

7:40 PM

Evening Activity

Tonight it’s a carnival! Campers enjoy games, performances, and snacks all inspired by a carnival experience. Enjoy the camp version of the big top!

8:30 PM

Campfire with S’mores

9:30 PM

Bunk Time for Our Younger Campers

10:30 PM

Bunk Time for Our Older Campers

Campers spend time playing cards, games, and discussing today’s highlights in their bunks with friends and counselors

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