We are getting excited about Summer Camp 2015 at Asbury Hills, but you may be surprised to learn that campers travel to Asbury Hills from further away than you think.
Monthly Archives: November 2014
If you’ve called the Asbury Hills phone number, chances are very good you have spoken with Katie. She handles all summer camp registrations and retreat group logistics. She is also overall amazing and keeps things running smoothly.
Katie grew up in a small town just outside of Gainesville, Florida with four siblings. She studied Family, Youth, and Community Science at the University of Florida with a minor in nonprofit management and is about to celebrate her one-year wedding anniversary with fellow Asbury Hills staffer Joseph Stanczak.
1. What is your favorite superhero?
2. If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
Hmmmm, that is a tough question. I would have to say the ability to go through solid objects – trees, walls, cars, etc.
3. Have you played any sports?
Yes! I played soccer growing up both for school teams as well as traveling club teams. I also played volleyball in both middle and high school.
4. What are your hobbies?
I enjoy spending time outdoors, hiking and running, as well as reading and crafting.
6. Favorite vacation spot?
Disney World. I’ve decided I will never be too old to enjoy a trip to Disney.
7. If you had to live off one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Potatoes. I love that potatoes can be turned into so many different dishes. I love mashed potatoes, fries, baked potatoes, chips…
8. Favorite TV show?
Downton Abbey. I enjoy shows that are set in earlier time periods.
9. Favorite thing about Asbury Hills?
I love how peaceful Asbury Hills is. Stress just seems to disappear here. The lake and mountain chapels are my favorite spots on camp.
10. What are you most looking forward to about the next year?
I am looking forward to sharing Asbury Hills with new retreat groups, families, and summer campers!
We will admit it. There were a lot of things working against us for this year’s Fall Festival. It was very windy, and our power was knocked out.
South Carolina also saw historically early snow that morning.
However, that did not stop us from having a great Fall Festival filled with fun activities, the best batch of apple butter we’ve made in years, a bluegrass band, and money being raised for camper scholarships.
See you here next year!