At summer camp
At Nichols Day Camps, on Walker Pond in Sedgwick, campers of all ages swim, paddle, boat, participate in theater and arts and crafts, and form friendships with children and counselors from the peninsula and the world. This year, they partnered with peninsula nonprofit Community Compass and Castine’s Hatch Fund to provide more scholarships for campers.
Archery is a new sport, and skill, for many Nichols Day Camp campers.
Who loves camp?
Nichols Day Camps drew nearly 300 children from near and far to its programs this summer, with local organizations making sure more peninsula kids have the opportunity to attend.
Nichols Day Camp Director River Plouffe, left, and Community Compass Executive Director Scott Hamann partnered to send kids to camp, with the Hatch Foundation, based in Castine, joining in.
Kayaking on Walker Pond is a favorite activity at Nichols Day Camps.