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Dive In

Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions. Have additional questions? Contact Karen Danforth or 802-333-3400, ext. 3101.

Aloha Foundation Handbook

General Information and Important Camp Updates

Camp Addresses, Phone Numbers, and Director Email Addresses

Communicating with Your Camper (Policy on Packages, Mail, Phone Calls, and Visits)

Opening Day Coffee Receptions at each camp on Tuesday, July 23 from 9:30-11:30 am
Join us for a cup of coffee, write a postcard to your child, and pick up a camp sticker! Chris Overtree, Executive Director of the Aloha Foundation, will share brief welcoming remarks.

  • The Comb at Hive, Lake Fairlee
    9:45 am: Remarks by Chris
  • The Porch at the Main House, Aloha Camp, Lake Morey
    10:30 am: Remarks by Chris
  • The Barn at Lanakila, Lake Morey
    11:00 am: Remarks by Chris

Success Counseling Workshop and Lunch on Tuesday, July 23 from 12:00 – 2:30 pm
The Small Barn at the Manor on Lake Morey

Learn about the Aloha Foundation’s Success Counseling approach and discuss parenting strategies you can use when your child returns home. Please register online to reserve your spot! The Small Barn at the Manor is a short walk from our Lanakila campus on Lake Morey.

Getting to Aloha Camps

Transportation and Luggage Information

View or print driving directions.

Shipping luggage to camp? Be sure to send your trunk to the right camp address! Trunks may arrive any time after June 15.

Need to ship your camper’s luggage home after camp? Sign up for our UPS shipping service through Hanover True Value Hardware. They can ship luggage for first session campers on Monday, July 22 and for full and second session campers on Thursday, August 15: UPS shipping form

Need a hotel Tuesday, August 13 before picking up your camper on Closing Day? The Courtyard by Marriott is offering a discount to camp families who book by 7/13.

 

 

 

 

Aloha Foundation Health Forms

Health Forms & Information

A healthy camp is a happy camp. Here are some reminders and tips from our camp nurses.

Looking for camp health forms? Log into CampDoc to complete your camper’s health forms by May 1.

Health House phone numbers and notification policy

Ivy Oaks Analytics Certification for Tick, Mosquito, and Poison Ivy Control NEW in 2018
(Click on the link and scroll through to view the one-page plan for Aloha, Lanakila, and Hive.)
We are committed to improving our already high program standards and have partnered with Ivy Oaks Analytics, a public health company that works with over 100 summer camps and specializes in the control of ticks, mosquitoes, and poison ivy. Although these have never been a major issue at our camps, we feel strongly that we have an obligation to do everything in our power to reduce these risks.

Aloha Foundation Clothing and Equipment

General Packing Information

To purchase uniforms, visit Bendinger Brothers online or call 800-385-6995. We recommend placing online orders by May 20, but you may call Bendinger for last-minute orders or exchanges up until June 21. Bendinger will have a representative at each camp on June 26 with a limited quantity of product for exchanges.

If you would like to rent uniform items, you may sign up through your CampDoc account for a rental package for $25. A rental package is meant to supplement your uniform purchase. The package includes four pairs of shorts, four T-shirts, a sweatshirt or fleece, and a polo shirt.

2019 packing lists are available here:

To purchase camp trunks (recommended size: 32” x 18” x 13.5”), follow the links below for a discount at Everything Summer Camp. International campers may sign up to rent a trunk through your CampDoc account. The trunk rental includes a bedding package with sheets, blankets, a pillow, and towels.

 

Aloha Foundation Paper Forms and Applications

School Reports

School Report for new campers (for your camper’s teacher to fill out):