November 26th, 2014

Already 6 months since Tamakwa Shirt Day 2014

It’s been 6 months since #TamakwaShirtDay2014! A huge How!How! to Tamakwan’s around the world who participated.  We had more emailed attachments, Facebook posts, Instagram posts, Tweets, etc. than ever before and we counted well over 500 participants… plus a few canine friends!! We had posts all the way from down under in Australia, to the top…

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November 19th, 2014

Tamakwans Lend Helping Hand

Each time we wave goodbye to a fleet of aluminum Tamakwa canoes we hope for many things. We hope for the obvious; tailwinds, blue skies, warm nights, few bugs and that everyone will return safe and sound. But beyond that, we hope our campers and staff will act as ambassadors for Tamakwa’s core values and…

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November 12th, 2014

No Parents, No Make-up, No Worries

In today’s world of social media, gym selfies, and cyber bullying, very rarely do we hear positive things about kids using social media. Too often we see young people wearing too few clothes and too much make-up.  Kids spend too little time interacting with each other and too much time looking at their screens. Those…

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November 9th, 2014

Let the Countdowns Begin!

As the leaves of Algonquin Park change colour and then fall to the ground and the piles of lost and found are slowly being depleted from both camp offices, the feeling that summer is really over sinks in.  It is very quiet on the sunny shores. We continue to reflect on the wonderful summer we had and start to plan…

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November 6th, 2014

We are turning 80!

It’s been 80 years since Unca Lou and Omer Stringer first set foot on the sunny shores of South Tea.  We have a lot of excitement lined up for #Tamakwa2015, and we want you to join us!  This year, we are offering a special gift to new Tamakwa families, many of whom have already taken…

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