The 2018 Homecoming weekend was just about perfect.
Clear skys, moderate temperatures and not a hint of rain! The Dinning Hall was
sporting a new metal roof like all the other buildings, along with an upgraded
electrical grid. Several families attended along with a few Boy Scout groups
and countless friends spanning the history of EAAC. Approximately 165 attended.
Led by Camp Director Adam Long, and Program
Director Noah Smith, a great weekend of activities were available with
canoeing, hiking, rifle, shotgun and archery available for all to enjoy. We
invested in completely new archery equipment. Dr. Daniel Kueter arranged again
to have horseback riding available on Saturday. All the events were very
popular. John Phillips setup his tee-pee at the old archery range area, and had
numerous regalia from his collection out for discussion and demonstration as
well. Saturday wrapped up with an evening campfire program of old favorite
skits and songs, and some new skits from our present day Scouts. Sunday ended
the weekend with breakfast followed by a chapel service.
The date for 2019 has already been set which will be
our 17th annual gathering. So mark your calendars for September 13 - 15, 2019,
and periodically check our website for plans, details and registration
information. In addition, remember, that the buildings and camp can be rented
year-round for groups or individual use. The nicely renovated cabins are
frequently in use but we want to encourage everyone to make more use of the
great facilities. For more info on rentals, click the "Lodging @ CV" link to
YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE PICTURES FROM THIS YEAR CLICK THE 2018 LINK BELOW.
back at the photos taken in 2004,
2017 and this years,