July 27, 2012


This week the Digital Storytelling group focused on creating stories with a moral. We were inspired by a camp story told by waterfront counselor Andrew Capone about a wise man who taught three villagers the value of seeing the beauty in everything and not focusing on the negative. Each storyteller chose a moral that they believed in and wrote a tale that would teach others its significance. Thanks to all who wrote and recorded with us this week and of course our listeners!

July 23, 2012

This week the bloggers headed down to the beach to interview the sand sculpting group. We learned some interesting techniques and got a chance to see really cool designs. Many thanks to the interviewees and of course our listeners!

July 17, 2012

This week the Digital Storytelling group worked off of the theme "Urban Legends and Campfire Tales." The story we created was based off of a camp legend which had been passed down for many years. The original story was called "The Fulton Brothers", but the storytelling group decided to rename the main characters after two counselors they really liked. "Sleep Tight" is a moral tale which teaches us that pranks and bullying have no place at camp. So, while we hope you get a good scare, we also hope listeners can learn something.

July 11, 2012

The premiere of the Peconic Podcast features an interview with Jacob Boivin (day camper) and a peek into the camp's spectacular production of 'The Walrus and the Carpenter.'