Pursuing Positive School Climate
Do you want to make your school a more inviting, welcoming, and warm place to learn and work?
Come join us for a one day seminar focusing on the use of Invitational Education in your school district as a resource to help decrease bullying issues and create a positive school climate.
This seminar can be presented in two options; geared for staff/administration OR for students.
For more information contact Karen Marietti or Drew Baar at 231-347-9742. For a flyer on this program, please click here.
Kayak for a Cause on Walloon Lake 2013
Twenty-three kayakers participated in the 5th Annual Kayak for a Cause on Walloon Lake event on July 20th and 21st, 2013 raising much needed scholarship dollars for students to participate in programs at the Camp Daggett Adventure Center (CDAC). The annual event continues to grow each year since Karen Marietti, Director of CDAC, made the two day paddle solo five years ago.
This event was supported by donations in support of kayakers, 16 sponsors, a raffle of a kayak donated by The Outfitter of Harbor Springs, the sale of over 100 dock flags, most to Walloon Lake residents who displayed the Kayak for a Cause on Walloon Lake dock flags, and general donations for the event. Over $20,000 was raised this year! To make this even more special the Doll-Loesel Foundation offered to provide a match of up to $20,000 for Kayak for a Cause on Walloon Lake!
Thank you to our Sponsors!
Platinum Paddle Sponsor Bear Cove Marina on Walloon Lake
Mason, Kammermann & Rohrback, P.C.
Michigan Lake Products
Every great team needs a great crew. We want to thank the following folks for their help:
Mark and Laurie McMurray for hosting Saturday dinner
Justin Weisler and Jerry Donnelly for the "We Did It Party" for the kayakers
Elmer Kochans for parking cars
Bill and Jane Stone for the use of their property
Hills of Walloon for use of their launchsite and picnic area
Brent Marlatt, Mike Farrimond and Clark Ketchum for being our water crew
Most of all we want to recognize our kayakers who participated in the 2013 event.
Here is the 2013 Kayaking Team:
Cynthia Avery Amanda Karsten
Kristin Bates Tim Knutsen
John Birchfield Meagan Krzywosinski
Beth Ann Bird Betxy Lieberman
Bob Bokram Mary Ling
Margaret Bowers Megan Ling
Peter Bowers Karen Marietti
Julie Clark Jaqueline Pilette
Rick Gross Betsy Prete
Melanie Hausler Emilea Rajkovich
Heather Huffstutler Joyce Riordan
Karie Jeisel Courtney Russell
Adventure Education Center
Camp Daggett Outdoor Adventure
Participants can challenge themselves on a three-sided, 40-foot climbing tower with six attached high ropes-course elements designed and built by Project Adventure in a beautiful wooded setting at Camp Daggett. A group problem solving initiative course, tucked in the woods near the nature pond, contains more than ten different elements and provides opportunities for leadership, cooperation and accomplishment.
Adventure Programs for Students
A challenge course program at the Camp Daggett Adventure Center promotes feelings of acceptance, self-worth and a sense of community not often experienced in our every day living. It is hoped that participants will be more willing to accept the opinions and ideas of others as well as sharing their own, better appreciate that all people have value and be more willing to participate in peaceful solutions to problem solving.
Check out our latest brochure here.
Adventure Programs for Corporations
Corporate programs at the Camp Daggett Adventure Center promotes feelings of acceptance, self-worth and a sense of community not often experienced in our every day living. Full day and half day programs are available.
Adventure Programs for Adults
Ropes Course Description
Low Ropes Elements/Course
During the morning portion of a traditional program at the Camp Daggett Adventure Center, participants encounter a time of fun get-to-know-you games, icebreakers, and team building activities. These games and activities are utilized to help participants get comfortable with their new environment and the rest of their teammates, as well as to encourage them to start problem solving, work together, support one another and think “outside of the box.”
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