June 4, 2015
When it comes to personalities and interests within a family, many parents will tell you that no two kids are exactly alike. These differences can lead to high expectations when it comes to summer camp requests from our kids! Johnny may want to try acting while Jane wants to work on science experiments, and Jake wants to play basketball, flag football and traditional camp games all day long. Thanks to kids connecting on social media with each other about what they think is fun and exciting, campers are getting inspired to try many new activities. Of course, as parents, we want to entertain every notion to satisfy their curiosity, but the search for a camp with this kind of diversity, coupled with the ability to meet other challenging demands like scheduling flexibility and special needs concerns, can lead to one big camp headache! But before you reach for the pain reliever, take a peak at my interview with Josh Schiering, LINX Camps’ Vice President and Executive Director, whose mission has always been to understand and act on the needs and expectations of every camp family generation. This article is second in a series of interviews with Josh, found on the LINX Blog, to help you get to know LINX Camps and some benefits you may not yet be aware of.Read More All Press Releases
*LINX offers Vacation Programs including 1/2 day camps, special events and sports clinics.