Most people in a typical ABC church in New Jersey know that Camp Lebanon is a summer camp for kids. This is a very true. Yet, Camp Lebanon is more than just a camp for kids. We host many groups, most on weekends, during the non-summer months. Over the last few years Camp has had a very special relationship with one of the user groups which found our site suitable for their needs. The Hunterdon Huskies, a competition cheer leader squad, uses Fairmount Hall for their various squads to practice their routines. The Huskies move back in early in September and stay until their season is over, usually around the first week in December. The last couple of years the Huskies have had squads make it to the Nationals – they have even won the National tournament!
Last year the Huskies formed a squad for girls with special needs. They meet once a week and use Roberson Dining Hall for their practices. This year the squad has grown in size and continues to meet at Camp Lebanon throughout the Fall.
Camp Lebanon is blessed to have the Hunterdon Huskies as a user group. In fact, they are more than a user group. They have become like family. I am proud that, in a small way, Camp Lebanon has helped these girls achieve success through their hard work and commitment towards a goal! Thank you Huskies for making Camp Lebanon home.