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Q & A

How old are you?

15

Did you go to TCBC as a camper? If so, how many years?

Yes. 7 years.

How did you hear about TCBC?

I’m the 4th generation of my family to work at camp!

How did you decide on your camp name?

It is a really cool word that nobody really understands because it is a physics term. My mom suggested it and I really liked it.

What did you want to be when you grew up?

An aerospace engineer.

What are some of your favorite things about TCBC?

The community that is more like my family. Also I liked deep cleaning the pool bathroom by myself late at night.

What is your favorite camp skit?

It’s all around me!!!!!!!

What is your favorite camp meal?

Stuffed pasta shells.

What is your favorite game we play at camp?

Great tennis ball caper.

How has your life been transformed by working at camp?

God taught me how to trust people again thanks to the community of camp.

What has God been teaching you lately?

God has been teaching me that I need to be deliberate in setting time aside to pray about things that are going on in my life.

What is a Bible verse that you keep going back to lately? What is it teaching you?

“When the Lord saw her, his heart went out to her and he said, “Don’t cry.” (Luke 7:13). This is just showing me that God is always there for me even when things seem to fall apart.

What is one of the funniest things that has happened to you at camp?

I went “star tipping” with some of my crew, but I spun so fast that I fell before they shone the light in my eyes.

What is one of your fondest memories from working on staff?

Making pancakes and s’mores around the fire with my crew.

What is your favorite place at TCBC? Why?

Canoe docks as the sun is setting. It is so peaceful and easy to feel God’s presence.

How would you explain working at TCBC to people who have never done it before?

When you put a bunch of God loving teenagers together who are sacrificing their entire summer, you end up with a family. You don’t always like your family, but they are always there for you.

What jobs have you had at camp?

Crew in 2019.

How many years have you worked at camp?

One amazing, life changing summer.

What is the hardest part of your job?

Cooperating with everyone.

What do you love about your job?

How closely you work with the crew girls and boys. You truly are a family.

What makes working at camp so fun?

The community. I miss being at camp so much. About once a week something will remind me of camp and I don’t know how I can survive without being at camp constantly.

Would you recommend working at camp to someone? Why?

Always. It is life changing to be in such a God loving community.

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