Name That Staff

We need your help to Name That Staff!

Introducing one of our behind-the-scenes staff.  She has been working tirelessly on the Marketing Committee and also volunteering with the Ottawa CGIT Committee.  Although she attended camp as a camper, she has never come up as a staff member, but she is looking for a camp name – well, we’re looking for a camp name for her!

Some information to help:

What’s your favourite colour – Green

Do you have any pets – I had one dog named Finnegan

What’s your favourite camp song – Alligator

What’s your favourite dessert – brownies

How do you feel about spiders – fine!

What do you like to cook on a campfire – doughboys

Share your most memorable camp memory – when I had Jewels and Harmony as co-counsellors and they used to sing us to sleep every night

What’s your favourite kids book – Amelia Bedelia

What is the funniest movie you watched as a kid – Shrek

What’s your dream job – Inventor

What do you do in the rain – stay inside

What colour is your bedroom – grey

How do you spend winter – inside, but I sometimes go showshoeing

How do you feel about outhouses – I’m not bothered by them

Where would you go on an overnight – on tent row under the stars

Favourite part of the camp day – Salutation of the Dawn

What did you dress up as for last Halloween – a doll

What’s your favourite movie – Lion King

What’s your preferred dance move – the twist

Post your suggestions below!

4 Responses

  1. I second the name Hopper!!
    Plus it reminds me of a frog which is campy, Green which is her favourite colour, it’s in the same family as an alligator ; which is her favourite camp song! Plus you can hear the frogs sing while you HOP into your sleeping bag for an overnight on Tent row… plus FROG stands for Fully Rely On God ! ….. sooo I suggest Hopper or Frogger!!!! ❤

  2. I suggest “Hopper” after Grace Hopper, a famous inventor! I think it’s cool her dream job is to be an inventor!

    Grace Hopper: The computer
    Hopper designed Harvard’s Mark I computer, a five-ton, room-size machine, in 1944. She invented the compiler that translated written language into computer code and coined the terms “bug” and “debugging” when she had to remove moths from the device. Now, just close your eyes for a minute and try to think what the world would be like without this invention.

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