Light a Candle

At the end of every week of camp, we hold a final campfire and candle lighting ceremony for our campers, volunteers and staff, to remember and honor the people in their lives who have died.

With the pandemic of grief we are facing in our world, we created this space for everyone in our community to pause, reflect, and virtually light a candle for someone you have lost.

Campers and volunteers around a campfire

John A. Holland jr

Beloved husband, father, son and teacher. Missed by many!

Gladys and Pastor Munoz

Always in our hearts

Phil, Bruce, Elaine

You are in my heart forever!

Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Thank you for teaching me so much about how to live. You are incredibly missed.

Edwin Buzan

What I wouldn't give to sit down across a table from you and just talk. Knowing I am making you proud - imagining how happy my life must make you - is a cherished, tender feeling. I love you, Dad, and am so grateful for the time we had with one another.

Remillard/Erice family

For my beloved cat, Mosi My grandma Molly My uncle Marvin who we lost last March - I miss you uncle, gone too soon. Of course, my dad, David Remillard. I miss you every day.

William O'Brien

We and miss you so very much. Thank you for all that you have done gor our family. Until we meet again xoxoxo

Avi Magidish

Hi dad

Michael Luckow

I miss you more than you know. Next week would have been 9 years together. Your spirit and memory are always alive in me, and I keep all of our traditions alive. Love you always!

JJ Davis

Still can't believe I won't see you in the flesh but your spirit lives on

Bob Librandi

Peter (The Senator)

Thank you for your loving, giving, larger than life personality. We all miss you!

Light a Candle for Your Person