It is my honor and pleasure (and my job—aren’t I lucky?) to welcome you to Camp Airy. Airy is a special place, 90 years young and still going strong as we host hundreds of boys every summer. Our campers arrive ready to explore their athletic, creative and adventurous sides, and they head home from the mountain with skills, confidence and friendships that will last a lifetime.
We are very proud of our traditions at Airy: the tradition of fun, the tradition of developing Jewish identities, the tradition of walking “The Hill” and the tradition of friendships that span generations. There is something special about sons, fathers, grandfathers and great-grandfathers sharing the same experience. Another tradition is spending time with our sister camp, Camp Louise. Our camps are filled with families who have ties to both Airy and Louise.
I consider myself fortunate to be able to serve Airy as Director after growing up at camp and working there as a young adult. Having spent parts of four decades at Airy, I can say that it is a place unlike any other. Words and pictures may tell part of the story, but Airy is defined by its people and by being on the grounds.
We hope to see you at Airy soon!
Director, Camp Airy