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October 22, 2018

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CYO Group Visits Camp Hollis

Recently, Catholic Charities of Oswego County’s CYO program made a field trip to Camp Hollis as part of its summer activities programs. Participants were able to enjoy baseball, the playground and many more activities at the camp.

Explore The ‘Bones Of Writing’

Picturesque Camp Hollis will host another workshop this fall for all interested writers. Whether you want to work on a great American novel or want to create poetry, this event will have plenty of helpful hints.

Second Relaxation, Reflection and Writing Workshop Planned

That’s write. They’re doing it again. A cluster of writers has scheduled a workshop at Camp Hollis on the Lake Ontario’s shore in Oswego Town for June 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will be hosted and facilitated by Mary Slimmer, Jim Farfaglia and June MacArthur, the guest writer. The trio presented a well-received writers’ workshop at the camp last fall which prompted them to conduct another this spring.

Families Are Invited to Tour Camp Hollis at May 23 Open House

Families who want to learn more about Camp Hollis are invited to an open house from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, May 23. Parents and children can tour the camp, visit sleeping cabins, meet the staff and enjoy samples of camp activities. The camp is located on Lakeshore Road in the Town of Oswego.

“Come Fly with Us” at Camp Hollis: Senior Camp Set For June 7 and 8

When was the last time you went camping with a bunch of people that you didn’t know? Where men bunked down in half the cabins and the women stayed in the other half, talking about the men. Or maybe not, but you know the women will be talking, making new friends or showing photos of their grandchildren or volunteer work they do. Well, maybe the men will too.

Camp Hollis Hosts Senior Camp

Senior Camp at Camp Hollis is having all this and more June 7 and 8. There will be plenty of food and drink for two days, beside hang gliding talk and demo, a visit by the Hawk Junior Aviators (small flying planes flown by a high school club), a sing-along at the campfire during the evening, and cards and board games if you’re still energetic before bed.

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