Monday, 17 September 2012

The Best and Most Bizarre Things About Being a Camp Counsellor.

If you've ever wondered what it's like to be a Brant Historical Society camp counsellor, then you've come to the right place. It's an incredibly rewarding experience, but it does come with side effects!

The 10 Best Things About Being a Myrtleville Camp Counsellor

10) You get to act silly every day
9) You get to play on a slip ‘n’ slide
8) You get to get your face painted
7) You get to act like a kid again
6) You get to meet interesting people 
(police, firefighters and balloon-animal artists)
5) You don’t have to get dolled up for work
4) You start writing your daily notes on the back of colouring sheets
3) You learn important life skills 
(balloon-animal art)
2) You get to bake weird things every day, and then eat them
1) You develop multiple personalities (Alexander Graham Bell, Lucy) 

Top 10 Side Effects of Being a Myrtleville Camp Counsellor

10) You start talking in accents at home 
9) You can no longer colour in the lines
8) You talk in a high pitch voice all the time
7) You start laughing at things that you normally wouldn’t
6) You add ‘Y’ at the end of a lot of words (want a snacky?)
5) You develop the habit of a scheduled snack time
4) You feel the need to always wear a name tag
3) You start spelling like you are in grade 1 again
2) Your sentences no longer make sense
1) You miss your fellow counsellors and campers when camp is over

If you're interested in becoming a camper, or you just want to come see all of this for yourself, information about our camps, which run throughout the year, can be found on our Camps & PA Days page.

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