Doug and Kelley's Eliteam Blog

Since 1991, ELITEAM has been teaching kids about Sports Physiology, Sports Psychology and Sports Nutrition. But more importantly, it’s about having the kids discover their limits, and then try to push through them. Here is where you'll find our blog entries of daily activities, challenges, photos and fun in the height of the summer camp sessions.

WC2 Wednesday: Food never tasted so good!

Today at ELITEAM we… started the day with morning run & stretch. Before we sat down for breakfast we managed to squeezed in time for the campers to assemble their bag lunches. Some packed three granola bars and one particular applesauce devotee packed six packets for himself!! Needless to say, campers had plenty of fuel for the awesome day ahead. After pancakes, pure VT maple syrup, fresh berries, campers were ready to hit the grassy slopes of Sugarbush for a big day of hiking. We completed several challenges on our five mile hike including: building a cairn, making an “au natural" hat, singing a song, building a star and writing a poem. After a very nice breezy chairlift down, campers clambered back onto the bus and we headed back to campus to rest for a bit. Some campers and staff, however, still had enough energy to walk down to the river and splash around for awhile. After our siesta, we were back in action soon again. The rest of the day was filled with dancing, fencing, tires, and our friends "Pain" and "Agony". Another awesome, action-packed day!




 Group Conor’s Poem:

ELITEAM is the best!!

It’s far better than the rest.

We eat more and make it count!

We’re here today to hike this mount.

We struggle hard to become strong

All the while we sing great songs.

If we can make it to the top

We can beat Zack in the Jello Drop.


Group Molly’s Poem:

Even though our poem was late

It takes time to make it great.

At lunch we chew our food 10 times

And afterwards we made some rhymes.

Once we hit the long trail

We made this poem and did not fail.

Even though we need new socks

We still think ELITEAM rocks

This morning Doug said to make a lunch

So we packed a whole bunch.

At the chairlift we scream and shout

Hey Doug! We made it count!!!


Group Devon’s Poem: 

This week at ELITEAM

We’ve sweat so much we truly gleam.

We arrived just two days ago

From all over afar and fro.

We’ve jumped real far and climbed real high

We’ll make it count as we reach for the sky.

And to make sure this poem rhymes

we’ll remind you to chew your food ten times!

We’ll push our limits at Sufferfest

And Saturday night we’ll get lots of rest.

Sandpits & Olympics are to come

You can be sure we’ll have the most fun!


What were you top 3 moments on the hike and why? 

Meredith: (1) Reaching the top because I felt very accomplished. (2) Riding back on the chairlift because the views were awesome. (3)Walking through the traverse because it was really cool and a great leg workout!

Molly: (1) Reaching the top because we pushed through the pain and achieved our goal of making the struggle count! (2) Looking up at what we had accomplished because the top looked so far away from the bottom. (3) The pain because my legs hurt and knowing I could accomplish my goal I Made It Count!!

Alli: (1) Finishing because I felt very accomplished. (2) When I finally got to the top! (3) Sunshine!

Cate: (1) Presenting our poem. (2) Listening to music. (3) The feeling when we finished the hike - it felt so good!.

Brenna: (1) The view at the top because it was so pretty. (2) Presenting because it was so funny to watch. (3) Listening to music because it helped me stay focused on finishing. 

Cha: (1) When my group reached the top 1st, after having passed every team. (2) The poem. It was interesting. (3) When I dropped the water before we had even started the hike and I didn’t have to do push ups. 

Drew: (1) When we reached the top of the mountain, because it meant that we got to ride the chairlift down. (2) Afterwards, when we looked up from the bottom of the mountain because it made me realize how far we had hiked. (3) When we took a break for lunch because food has never tasted so good!!!

Liam: (1) Snack— because food. (2) Lunch — because food. (3) The chairlift ride down because it was so relaxing. 

Ford: Getting to the very top because it was very rewarding (2) Standing on the rocks I saw from the bottom because it had a nice view and I saw how far I had come. 

Monty: (1) Making it to the top because the view was awesome. (2) Eating lunch because you know…lunch! (3) Going down on the chair because there was a nice breeze.


What did your group do well today?

Meredith: We were great about sticking together and cheering each other on! I made a lot of new friends of all ages.

Molly: My group worked very well together and worked hard to complete the list of challenges. 

Alli: We kept our spirits high.

Cate: We made a great poem.

Brenna: We did well with the determination to finish.

Cha: We started fifth and finished first. 

Drew: My group came up with a poem really easily. 

Liam: We didn’t stop as much and we kept on going. 

Ford: We made a good star. 

Monty: We passed some of the other teams. 


How did you “make it count” today on the hike? 

Meredith: I made it count when I pushed through the pain and kept walking, because now I’m stronger!

Molly: I pushed through the pain and suffering until I reached the top and could enjoy the views and feeling of satisfaction.

Alli: Pushed it as hard as I could.

Cate: I pushed as hard as I could. 

Brenna: By pushing myself to finish.

Cha: We pushed through the heat and steep incline at the end, but it was worth it. 

Drew: I carried the water job with me the whole time. 

Liam: I carried both water gallons for a while.

Ford: I hiked hard and pushed on. 

Monty: I never gave up. 


Coaches Corner: 

Coach Zack: My highlight of the day came from Russell when he said “working on this hat takes my mind off the struggle”. 

Coach Julia: I really enjoyed seeing how determined my group was not only to finish together but to finish first. So it was a cool feeling when we were able to pass every other group despite being one of the last groups to leave. 
Counselor Teddy: I discovered the boys in Hydration Haven lying on the floor with their legs up the wall. They said, "We are draining the acid out of our legs and it's coming out of our ears."


WC2 Tuesday: The Thought of Lunch!

Today at ELITEAM we …  woke up bright and early for the first morning run of camp, broke up into groups by sneaker color and followed our jog with a core workout. We propelled into the morning with the fuel of champions; bagels, lox, french toast, VT maple syrup and fresh berries. For the morning session, we split into two groups. Half headed off to the ropes course to test their nerves and courage. The other half spent a busy morning cranking out a calorie-crunching-muscle-building leg routine, followed by a slalom course, tire relay and Berg Und Thal activity. After all the stations were completed in the afternoon, the entire ELITEAM camp combined for a game of Ultimate Frisbee. By 5pm, campers were spent and sweaty, so they headed back to their dorms for a bit of rest time before Taco Tuesday dinner. The evening was split between Tasha's Games on the field and AcroYoga in the gym. Tasha's field games included a variety of Team Challenges involving mummies, frogs, cheers, water balloons and skits. The yoga group practiced some sweet moves accompanied by soothing spa tunes. After a final relaxation session with Doug, the campers were sent back to their dorms to rest up for the big hike tomorrow. (Although the boys dorm managed to find time to host the Bop-It World Championships before bed.)




Jackson H shared a quote with us today - “Never determine life by how many breaths you take… but by all the moments that take your breath away”


What was your favorite activity and why?

Ben Ruth - Ropes Course

Cody - The Dangle Duo because Cailin and I did well.

Jackson H - The Launching Pad because it was a lot of fun when I went BLINDFOLDED!

Nate B - Vertical Playpen. I had never done it before and was super excited to try.

Will P - The Dangle Duo because we finished it and it was the most challenging.

Brian - Ropes Course was so much fun and I reached my goals.

Julian - The Ropes Course because I like the heights and the brilliant feeling of completing them.

Kate: The Vertical Playpen, because I could push my limits and try to get to the top. 

Libby: The ropes— the launch pad was awesome. 

Riley W: The ropes course because it was fun and challenging. 

Grace: The ropes course because they were challenging but also really fun at the same time.

Winter: The ropes course.


What was your most challenging moment today and how did you push through it?

Ben Ruth - The Leg Routine was hard and I got through it with the thought of lunch.

Cody - The backwards tucks. I just didn’t think about the pain.

Jackson H - The Vertical Playpen. I pushed through knowing lunch was next.

Nate B - The leg workouts. I kept going because I wanted to win against myself.

Will P - The Dangle Duo. I made it through because of Nate’s help.

Brian - The Vertical Playpen. It was so hard on my arms, but I pushed through it.

Julian - The Dangle Duo was the hardest as you had to push yourself. I struggled with my partner at one beam, but we persevered through it. We eventually were able to pull ourselves up.

Kate- The launching pad, I pushed through it by not thinking about it and just jumping.

Libby - Twisting my ankle on the slalom. I pushed through it by focusing on the course. 

Riley W- Getting over the fear of how hard it might be to do the Vertical and told myself I was capable.

Grace - The first part of the leg routine and I pushed through it by thinking its almost over and its benefiting me in multiple ways.

Winter - The Dangle Duo because we set a goal and we reached it while having fun and losing a shoe!


How did you “Make It Count”?

Ben Ruth - I beat a speed record on the Vertical Playpen.

Cody - I just sent it.

Jackson H - By pushing through obstacles that felt impossible to do.

Nate B - I pushed myself to the limits.

Will P - By pushing my limits through the high ropes

Brian - I pushed through even though I was tired and finished each course.

Julian - I tried to do anything I could twice and pushed it every time.

Kate - I tried to surpass my goals on every activity. 

Libby - By making the most of every moment I had. 

Riley W -  I tried my hardest even when I felt like it was tough.

Winter - I twisted my ankle in the tires but I kept pushing through.


Coaches Corner: 

Coach Zack: My favorite part of the day was watching Ian and Ford complain that the launching pad was too easy so they decided to try and head butt it. They did so successfully!

Coach Tasha: My highlight was when Winter was climbing the Dangle Duo, when BAM she lost a shoe. Luckily Cody was there to catch the shoe and place it back on Winter’s foot before they landed on the ground. 

Coach Doug:I laughed when I heard a conversation between Ben and camper Abi. She said to Ben “ What you said worked” and he responded “It’s bizarre what happens when you listen to me".

Later during the ropes courses Jackson H explained to me that he is not a big fan of being blindfolded or jumping off a plank— so that is what he did, he said “its all about trust”. 

WC2 Monday: Rainbow Relays

Today at ELITEAM… campers arrived ready to dig deep and Make It Count! We put those mottos to the test with 100 high knee tires, and a five station rotation in the afternoon which included: core, kettle bells, FitLight, a mental numbers game, and an obstacle course. After chowing down on some brussel sprouts, pasta and Red Hen Bakery bread rolls, campers were ready to take on the agility poles and relays... under a rainbow! 9:00pm lights out. Time to rest up for tomorrow.


What activity did you like best today?

Ben D. - Core and stretching because my core was BURNING at the end of the 20 minute period.

Brian - I like the core and mobility best.

Cailin - I like the agility course because I pushed myself in the hops.

Russell - The obstacle course because it got your heart rate up and it was fun.

Charlie - Stretching - it is relaxing.

Cody - Kettle Bells

Jackson L- Fitlight because it was high tech.

Abi: The obstacle course.

Ava: I liked the water balloon name game because I got to learn peoples names :)

Anna: I loved the core!

Lea: I loved the water balloons because I didn’t drop any and I didn't get wet so I was really proud of myself.


How are you going to make it count this week?

Ben D. - Savor every moment of every day since it is my last year here as a camper.

Brian - Try my best and be serious.

Cailin - Pushing myself and not giving up.

Russell - I will make every practice and activity teach me something so it counts.

Charlie - Get good sleep.

Cody - By training every day like it is a race.

Ben H - By focusing and being serious.

Jackson L - Go all OUT!

Abi: By working my hardest.

Ava: I am going to work extra hard.

Anna: I’ll try harder than ever this week!!!

Lea: Work as hard as possible.


If you could tell your mom one thing this week, what would it be?

Ben D. - Can I be a counselor here next year?

Brian - This is really fun.

Cailin - Today was great.

Russell - The week long camp is better.

Charlie - I’m all good.

Cody - I don’t miss you.

Ben H - I am sleeping in the basement.

Jackson L - Camp is fun.

Abi: I’m having fun- so don’t worry!

Ava: I miss you! Have fun at work :)

Anna: I miss you and love you, but I’m having so much fun!!

Lea: Can you smuggle me some chocolate or candy?


Coaches Highlights: 

Doug - When told that their penalty was going to be 30 push-ups, one group demanded that it be 50!

Julia: I really enjoyed seeing how focused and determined campers were to push their limits and use heavier weights for the kettle bell station. 

Ben: During the fit light, in boys against girls, the boys broke down the eight sensory lights into three sections Larry in the first section, Curly in the second and in the third Moe. The other boys on the team would call out which section the illuminated light was in to decrease time and increase efficiency. The girls team quickly caught onto this and started yelling out random names and directions. Cate referred to it as “good distraction training”. 

WC1 Friday: Suffer(fun)fest!!

Today at ELITEAM… we started the morning with a last run through of the ELITEAM dance where our CPR, Meat Grinder and Sprinkler moves were perfected. We stretched out our muscles and mentally prepared ourselves for Sufferfest which included: hill sprints, pushups, burpees, core, box-jumps, rock twists, and rock sprints. We ended the morning with a Riverwalk where despite the rain and colder weather, campers were all smiles as they splashed upstream. After a quick lunch and change of clothes campers got ready for the Sandpits, where they practiced their Slalom turns on two practice runs and then a final race run. Following dinner, campers gathered back up for relays and the jello drop! Congrats to Jabes... our Jello Drop Champ!



What was the best part of Sufferfest?

Shane- Cherry pickers because they were the easiest of all;.

Paul - The Riverwalk

Carter - Core workouts because we did many different ones.

Tyler - All of it, the “suffer” part was fun. But the sprints were the best.

Tommy - River Walk.

Cal - The Riverwalk was very rewarding.

Madelyn-  The Riverwalk and duck race!

Maddie G- The hill sprints. 

Jackie - The River walk !!!

Lily M- The core work, and the 6 inch leg lifts. 

Sophia - Burpees.

Mayson- The Riverwalk.


What was the toughest part of Sufferfest?

Shane - 6 Inches because they are extremely hard and my face became red like an oompa-loompa.

Paul - The Russian Twists

Carter - Russian Twists with a rock because I picked a large rock.

Tyler - The toughest part was the push-ups.

Tommy - The 100 Burpees.

Cal - Burpees and Push-ups definitely.

Madelyn -The toughest part of sufferfest was keeping a positive attitude and pushing myself to do my best on every exercise and not cheat myself out of a workout.

Maddie G -  The push-ups.

Jackie - 6 inch leg lifts.

Lily M- Definitely, the 6 in. 

Sophia - 100 push-ups



What did you  learn about yourself this week?

Shane - I need to work on my fast feet.

Paul - that I need to push myself more.

Carter - I need to work on my agility.

Tyler - That I can MAKE IT COUNT.

Tommy - that I am pretty strong.

Cal - I can be pushed to my limits a lot!

Madelyn -  I can accomplish great things if I train, rest and eat right.

Maddie G - That if I push myself I can become really strong.

Jackie - I can really push my limits. 

Lily M- If I try I can push myself and feel good !! :))

Sophia - Pushing my limits is a good thing.

Mayson - That I am strong, healthy and energetic.



Shane - A lot of fun.

Paul - Amazing and it teaches you how to push your limits.

Carter - a great camp where you can push yourself to the best of your ability.

Tyler - extremely fun and great for physical and mental exercise.

Tommy - great for athletes.

Cal - Awesome rewarding painful - all the fun stuff we do is rewarding. The way you feel after doing something hard and painful.

Madelyn - where I push myself all the way and learn how to build and keep a healthy and strong body, and have so much fun!

Maddie G - Hard, but so worth it. 

Jackie- THE BOMB. 

Lily M- Super SAVAGE and FUN. 

Sophia- Tiring but if you push through its not worth it.

Mayson- The best camp ever and you learn so much with amazing coaches and counselors, where you can meet great new friends.


Coaches Corner: 

Head Coach Doug Lewis: My highlight was hearing that Cal remembers his duck won last year and it was the same #25 duck!!!! 

Coach Molly: I loved when Luke said “my favorite part of Sufferfest is when Doug says 3-2-1 down!

Coach Sami: Quinn went right for the tallest box during Sufferfest and it was awesome!    
Coach Livy: I loved when Paul said “you gotta respect the send”

WC1 Thursday: You can't always follow the rules

Today at ELITEAM we… were VERY busy. We started the day with a rainy jog followed by french toast and fresh berries that fueled us into the next hour of testing. Campers made it count on things like the; vertical jump, flexibility, the broad jump, a push up test, sit up test and 40 yard sprint on spin bikes. The rain kept us inside but there was no digging deep to be spared, circuits helped us build our cardio and aerobic base. Campers spent thirty seconds at stations like Med Ball Slam, Bear Crawls, and Wall Sits. They ended their busy morning with an intense game of dodgeball. Grilled cheese on the best Red Hen bread left everyone with smiles and excited to take on the afternoon rotation. Campers got creative with workouts on the TRX bands, cooked up a pumpkin storm and ended with a muddy woods obstacle course.  After, everyone sprinted back to their dorms to throw on their 70’s attire. We disco-ed the night away and treated ourselves to pumpkin pecan pie and ice cream! After a quick change campers headed to the theatre to sit back, relax and watch Sandlot. 9:00 lights out!


1. The Top 3 moments of your day...

Will: The TRX bands, stretch and testing. 

Max: The TRX bands, cooking and dodgeball. 

Lily K: The TRX bands, cooking the pie and the wall-sits during the circuits.

Annie: Eating a sugar cube, celebrating my birthday and circuits.

Ellie: Baking, dodgeball, berg und tal. 

Aiden: Obstacle course, baking, dodgeball.

Connor:  The TRX bands, the obstacle course, Berg Und Tal.

Luke: Doing flips on the TRX bands, the obstacle course, making the pie!

Lawton: The TRX bands, obstacle course and testing. 


2.   How did today’s training help you become a better athlete (mentally or physically)?

Will: I really pushed my limits during the testing and this helped me mentally because I lived the moment of trying my hardest, and what I felt like afterwards (tired, sore). 

Max: It taught me how different muscles can be used and how to better train them.

Lily: I pushed through when I thought I couldn’t do it any longer especially the push-ups and the bikes during testing.

Annie: It helped me mentally because today’s training put me in a good mindset.

Ellie: It helped me to become a better athlete and helped me focus more on what i’m doing before a race or game. 

Aiden: It helped me to become a better athlete physically by making me faster and stronger.

Connor: I get stronger so I can set my edge better.

Luke: The TRX improved my strength and the obstacle course improved my endurance.

Lawton: It made me a better athlete because it made me stronger and it helped my mind set with pain and exercise.


Coaches Highlights:

Coach Tasha: I laughed when I saw Lilly using cucumber from lunch on her eyes for “relaxation”.

During cooking I overheard Zander, Tommy and Cortland say: “we gotta have the best pie crust. Ours has to be better than the girls!

Counselor Connor: When talking amongst the campers today I overheard Tyler (who has very curly hair) say “I don't really need much more for the 70’s theme, because I have my hair”.

Coach Livy: It was awesome to see how psyched Casey was when she and Ellie went from a 1.18 to a 1.11 on the woods obstacle course. 

Coach Zack: I added additional segments and challenges to the obstacle course, like the quick feet tires and an added push up challenge. I didn’t think any camper would successfully complete it, and I was amazed when Shane did it perfectly.
Coach Doug: At cooking, Avery and Maddie G added just a little more honey and pecans because "sometimes you can't always follow the rules, you have to make it count."

WC1 Wednesday: What a Super Bowl parade feels like!

Today at ELITEAM we... hiked a big mountain! Along the way each team made a cairn, sang a song, wrote a poem and made a hat. It was a long hike with several steep sections that definitely pushed everyone's limits. However, the chairlift ride down was well worth the effort... cool breeze, beautiful views and a much needed rest for our tired legs. (Thank you Sugarbush Resort!!!) This afternoon we had a Fencing lesson! First time ever at ELITEAM, and it was a huge hit. We started with "the basics" and ended with one on one matches "to the death". A big thank you to Viveka Fox from the Vermont Fencing Alliance for the introduction to the sport of fencing. Thanks also to her helpers Justin and Ryan who gave us an exhibition match after dinner. No one understood the scoring, but everyone had fun watching the action!




Poems penned on the hike...

We are the best

We don't need rest

When we eat, we chew our food ten times

In the relay, we always have straight lines

There is no doubt

We’ll make it count. 


This week at camp

Our shoes became a little damp.

Leg routine made our quads sore

So then we did a little more core.

It may be hot

But we’re sure are doing a lot!

Today we’re gonna make it count 

When we hike the mount!

What was the best part about the hike today?

Pippa: The views and listening to music as we hiked. 

Ellie K: My favorite part was all the challenges, making the hat, building a star. I really enjoyed getting to the top. 

Ellie S: The best part was the chairlift ride down!

Casey: I liked the views from the traverse, where we could see all the mountains.

Lindsay: The chairlift ride down, the views were sweet. 

Sophia: When we stopped at a lookout point, I could see for miles!

Donatella: The traverse, because the scenery was really beautiful.

Avery: The flat parts, but only because I could really enjoy the view. 

Sara: The best part was getting to the top, because I felt incredibly accomplished and strong. 

Ashley: Making it to the top, because it was so satisfying to see all that we had climbed. I felt strong and proud.

Brayden: I really liked pushing through the pain, and the relief I got when I made it over the steep hills. 

Jackie: I liked pushing myself even when I was one of the last people, I ran to the summit and everyone was clapping. It was awesome!

Lily M: My favorite part was definitely the Long Trail because the views were so beautiful I didn't even want to move. 

Quinn: Building the Cairns, because it was really challenging to balance the rocks. 

Tyler: My favorite part was the long trail, because it was much cooler and really rocky. The chairlift ride was also awesome because it was a different perspective — it was crazy seeing the mountain snow-less. 

Aiden: I liked the long trail the most because it was so peaceful. 

Zander: The chair lift ride down was very fun……..  but a little scary. 

Luke: My favorite part of the hike was arriving at the summit because everyone was cheering!

Teddy: Having Zack as a guide so we didn’t get lost!

Paul: The chairlift ride down because I got off my feet and got to talk to my friends.

Reilly: My favorite part was getting to the summit because it was so beautiful. 

Tommy: The chairlift ride was SO cool… you could see everything!
Carter: The most memorable moment was eating lunch at the top because we saw cloud up close, misting through the trees and all the activities were so fun.

Sam L.: The chairlift ride felt like how I think it must feel to ride in a parade float after winning the Super Bowl!!


On a scale of 0 to sufferfest, how hard was the hike? 

Ellie K: Three, but it was awesome!

Pippa: Four!

Ellie S: Six, but I loved every minute of it. 

Casey: a hundred! Wait… just kidding a five haha. 

Lindsay: Six, you know what I mean?

Donatella: Sufferfest level!!

Avery: Like an 8, I would say. 

Sara: It was harder than sufferfest in my opinion, but it was awesome!

Ashley: I don’t know! It wasn't quite sufferfest level so maybe 7. 

Brayden: Hmmm I am gonna go with a 6.

Lily: Definitely a level 7. 


What was your make it count moment?

Casey: My make it count moment happened when we had to turn around because we went the wrong way. I was already really tired but I pushed through it. 

Lindsay: My make it count moment was right before we stopped for lunch and the incline got really intense and I felt like stopping, but I convinced myself to keep going. 

Donatella: When we were getting to the steep incline and I really had to push myself and make the hike count! 

Sara: During the final stretch before lunch it became super steep and I had to keep telling myself to keep going and reminding myself that it would be worth it.

Brayden: When we were having lunch, my legs started to get sore and I wasn’t sure if I could go much farther. But I convinced myself to keep going, and the views were so worth it.

Luke: My make it count moment came when we were heading back down because I could see all that I had climbed and I felt so accomplished.
Cal: I made it count on every steep section because it was really hard. 



Coaches Corner:

Coach Zack: I enjoyed the entire hike because I had such an incredible group. Each one of us: Ella, Ashley, Lindsay, Thomas, Teddy, Aiden, Max, Coach Livy and myself all pushed each other to finish stronger than we started. We left no one behind, we all worked together on the challenges and shared the literal weight and responsibility of the water jugs. It was all positivity all around. 

Coach Conor: I absolutely loved watching my group sing All Star by Smashmouth perfectly in sync without a single error. It was EPIC! They then took it one step further by writing a poem comprised of three haikus about making it count, pushing limits and digging deep. 

Coach Tasha: It was super cool seeing Paul sprint the steepest part of the entire hike, while carrying a full gallon water jug.
Coach Doug: My favorite moments out of many were the poem presentations from each group at the top of the mountain... athletes with brains too!



2018 Camp Dates

Girls Power Camp: June 12-15 
Park City @ USST Center of Excellence
Ages: 11-14
Rate: $600

ELITEAM Clinic: June 25-26
Lake Tahoe @ Sugar Bowl Academy
Ages: 11-14
Rate: $200

World Cup 1: July 9-14

World Cup 2: July 16-21
Waitsfield @ GMVS
Ages: 11-14
Rate: $1275

Europa Cup: July 25-28
Waitsfield @ GMVS
Ages: 8-11
Rate: $800

Girls Power Camp: August 1-4
Waitsfield @ GMVS
Ages: 11-14
Rate: $850