Sharpening Your Axe

Below is a morning meditaion that our Ahmek Director, Greg Albisser, gave this past summer on the importance of taking time to recharge ourselves or “sharpen our axes”. The first part of the meditation is a passge from Stephen Covey’s book “7 Habits of Highly Successful People”, the second half of the meditation was Greg’s […]

Friendship

Every Sunday morning at Wapomeo a section of campers leads the camp in Chapel. Chapel is a time for Wapomeo campers and staff to take a break from their daily routine and reflect on an important aspect of camp life. Below is a Chapel that our Kiowa campers (aged 7 – 9) led on what […]

Mastering The Art of Appreciation

I’m a third year office staff at the Taylor Statten Camps. I must admit, I was anxious coming up here in the beginning of June and staying until the end of September. I could’ve looked at four months away from the city as a negative thing or use these months as a positive filled with […]

Quetico Remembered

Most of us started our camp experience as young bantams doing overnight canoe trips wondering how we could ever complete a five day, let alone a 36 day canoe trip. As the years went on, tripping became less of a challenge and more like a vacation. Doing Kipawa last year, a 22 day trip in […]

THE TAYLOR STATTEN CAMPS FAMILY OWNERSHIP UNIFIED

July 17, 2014 TORONTO, ON. – The Taylor Statten Camps are pleased to announce that Taylor C. Statten has arranged a share acquisition which effectively places him in sole control of Taylor Statten Camp Company, Limited. This share acquisition returns the Camp ownership to “one family”, after the shares were divided among three families upon […]