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THURSDAY 6/30/22











HIGH: 79°F

LOW:  52°F

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  • Breakfast: Waffles, boiled eggs, fresh fruit , croissants. 

  • Lunch: sloppy joes, onion rings, and salad.

  • Dinner: chicken and pasta and grilled vegetables.

Today was a BIG, busy, exciting day!

The morning began with our much-loved tradition, the Polar Bear Plunge. All willing participants got out of bed early, threw on a bathing suit, and jumped into the (very cold at 7am) lake. And they loved it! 36 campers did it today, and anyone who does all of the plunges gets a special T-shirt at the end of their session! 

Then, for the first time since summer 2019, the boys got to once again play in inter-camp tournaments. Today's sports included baseball and tennis. Our baseball team (B9 - going into 9th grade) had a great showing. They started with a killer home game - working together to beat Kutcher's Sports Academy as their fellow campers cheered them on.  Then, they left for the away games where they had some wins and some losses. An overall great showing! 

​Then tennis headed out for an away tournament with two age groups (B8/going into 8th grade & B10/going into 10th grade). Everyone played really well and had incredible sportsmanship, and one of our campers won his age bracket!


Back at Mac, the soccer leagues officially began for for LSR and USR. They had tons of fun.  The other campers were able to try a lot of new activities such as fencing, Martial Arts, and water polo. 


The fun continued with our evening activities. TJC played "Juke Box," whereby each cabin was given a song and had to create a dance and pick costumes. No surprise, there was a lot of laughter! LSR had a refreshing pool party while USR played trampball, tennis, spikeball, baseball, hockey.

The campers slept well after such a fun-filled day!  

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  • Max Manuel for scoring a home run in the baseball tournament.

  • Matt Zoland for stealing home to tie up the game in the 5th inning. 

  • Grant Cohen for winning the singles tennis bracket for his age group (B8).

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