Calling all CECBR Families! Come bowl with your camp friends on Sunday 3/26! CECBR Bowls is a camper fundraiser to support SCOPE-Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education an organization that sends underprivileged kids to nonprofit resident camps across the country, and The Zander Neuhaus Memorial Fund, a memorial scholarship fund to benefit student athletes of low economic resources founded in honor of a late Equinunk brother.
The event will be held on Sunday, March 26, 2017, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, at AMF Sheridan Lanes in Mineola. Event registration is $25 per person and includes two hours of bowling, shoe rental, light refreshments, a snack, and a surprise giveaway. All campers and parents are welcome to attend!
Childcare is at the forefront of everything we do at Camps Equinunk and Blue Ridge. During the summer, we have created an “unplugged environment” so our campers can focus on relationships and the outdoors. We realize replicating this at home is much more challenging.
The following event was sent to us by CBR Alum Ali Hamroff who is one of the organizers. While this event is not organized by CECBR we know how relevant the topic of Social Media is in today’s day and age. We wanted to forward details on to our camp families:
Join Therapy West for a Round Table Discussion: Is Your Child Safe on Social Media?
Learn how to keep your kids protected on Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook. You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers!
When: December 9th, 2015 | Location: Academics West Office 164 W 80th Street (between Amsterdam and Columbus) | Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM.
Coffee will be served. Limited Seating is available. RSVP to Mia Gold – email@example.com or 212-580-0080 Ext 33.
Learn how to keep your child safe on social media.
Master the ins and outs of your child’s social media accounts.
We are very excited to announce the return of Father/Son Weekend for Summer 2016! Returning Equinunk campers are invited up to camp on Saturday June 25th through the morning of opening day Sunday June 26th to participate in a full day of camp filled with great activities, Equinunk traditions, tribes and more! Each camper is able to bring one guest (father, grandfather, uncle etc.).
You can register for Father-Son Weekend by Clicking Here. This form must be completed by March 1st to secure your spot. Please keep in mind that space is limited. If you have any questions on the weekend, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 631-329-3239.
We are excited to announce that Equinunk/Blue Ridge Pop-Up Socials are back this fall and will be coming to an area near you! Pop-Up Socials are quick get-togethers where CECBR will treat our camp families at a nearby ice cream or pizza shop! The CECBR Team will be on-hand to meet and greet, reminisce about Summer 2015 and look ahead to 2016!
Our Pop-Up Socials are in addition to our Winter Reunion set for Saturday January 9th, 2016! Dates are as follows:
New York City – October 28th (16 Handles 1161 1st Ave, New York, NY) | New Jersey – October 29th (44 Franklin Ave, Ridgewood, NJ) | Long Island, North Shore – November 2nd (The Lite Choice 7921 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury, NY) | Florida – November 9th | Maryland – November 11th | Long Island, South Shore – November 16th | Westchester – November 17th | London, UK – January 23rd for Staff!
Locations for each Pop-Up Social will be announced on SOCIAL MEDIA ONLY!
Summer 2015 is off to a terrific start and you can rest assure that the tradition is very much alive and thriving. Our PCs and Upper Seniors would make you all very proud in how they have led our camps these last few weeks.
We wanted to reach out this evening to invite you to our Annual Alumni Day on Saturday, July 25th.
Alumni Day begins at 2:00pm on each campus and will conclude with a BBQ at 6:00pm. For CBR Alumni, following the BBQ – join us for singing in the mess hall.
RSVPs are not required.
We look forward to seeing you back home at Equinunk and Blue Ridge!
Before the summer of 2013, two Equinunk campers approached Adam and me with an idea for a run to support a cause they cared deeply about – The Wounded Warrior Project.
Amazed with their excitement and desire to give back we embraced it and “The Fun Run” has become a CECBR Tradition that our campers look forward to. Through their participation in the run we give back to those who have given up so much to defend our freedom around the world.
After announcing our Night of Giving Back, we were once again approached by a Blue Ridge Camper who was inspired and wanted to find an opportunity for CECBR campers to also give back. CECBR Spins was born and is 100% camper-run.
It’s moments like these – that sparked our Night of Giving Back.
We have such a tremendous platform, as a camp for children to embrace and promote the act of paying it forward. Lets hope that Thursday evening, along with The Wounded Warrior Run at camp and CECBR Spins can inspire more ideas like them from campers in our community and beyond.
Camp is all about building a better self. Why not build a brighter future too.
We hope to see you on Thursday March 12th to support Zander Neuhaus Memorial Fund, SCOPE, Simon’s Fund and this mission to inspire more acts of kindness.
Camps Equinunk and Blue Ridge is proud to support The Alexander Neuhaus #54 Memorial Scholarship Fund at #WELIVEFORTHIS, A Night of Giving Back on March 12th in New York City. Support The Cause at CECBR.org
Alexander Neuhaus (Son of Equinunk 2012 and 2013) – “Zander” — was a gifted student, multi-sport athlete, son, brother, and friend. Although Zander’s life was way too short, it was full. He was an amazing, compassionate, loving kid with an infectious smile who touched everyone he encountered. We want to carry forward the lessons and ideals we learned from Zander through The Zander Neuhaus Memorial Scholarship Fund to benefit student athletes.
Through team sports, Zander learned the importance of intense effort, sportsmanship, and teamwork. His participation in sports, helped him to mature, to develop tolerance and empathy, and, most importantly, gave him joy.
In team sports, individuals learn to accept, appreciate and trust their teammates without regard to differences in their cultures, color, nationality, or economic backgrounds. These are the qualities that forge a group of individuals into a team. These qualities, broadly applied, make a life well lived. These are the qualities that Zander was developing through his participation in team sports.
It is the mission of the Zander Fund to create opportunities that would otherwise not be available to deserving, young athletes to learn the lessons and experience the joy of team sports – just like Zander.