Morning Relay Races at MacCready

 

     

 

   This morning, the sun shined on all the Pok-O-MacCready campers participating in a Pre-Tribal Day Relay Race. Each team sported wacky color-coordinated costumes to represent their groups which were: Pink, Orange, Purple, White, Stripes and Tie-Dye.  Counselors also showed off some eccentric fashion choices and spent the time motivating. Overall, the event lasted a couple hours, including important breaks for water-drinking and dancing.

                Katie, on the other hand, described her favorite race as the one “where you have to pass an orange to people with your neck”.  It seemed very challenging. She also said “hula-hooping was really fun”.  As you can imagine, there were a bunch of wacky props used in the races. Some of these seen on the field were: swim fins, oranges, spoons of water and baseball helmets. There was a pair of lobster claw gloves lying around too. It was a zany time.

                Wondering who came out victorious?  Well, Katie couldn’t determine whether it was the tie-dye, stripes or pink team.  GK, however, seemed sure that it would be the orange team. Other outcomes were passed around the lunch table, alongside hot dogs and Michigan sauce.  In the end, it was announced that the pink team did in fact come in 1st place. 
             Congratulations!
Here’s to another great Pok-O-MacCready time!

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Pok-O-MacCready Camps
1391 Reber Road, Willsboro, NY 12996

Located in New York’s Adirondack Mountains

800.982.3538 (within the U.S.)
518.963.7656
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