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Kathy Plunkett

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The Aloha Foundation Inc

HQ Phone:  (802) 333-3400

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The Aloha Foundation Inc

2968 Lake Morey Road

Fairlee, Vermont,05045

United States

Company Description

The Aloha Foundation is a non-profit institution which oversees the operation of three summer camps and the Hulbert Outdoor Center, a year-round experiential learning center offering programs for adults, children and businesses....more

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Activities at Aloha Hive | The Aloha Foundation

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If you have questions about this, please email Director Kathy Plunkett.


Meet Hive's Director | The Aloha Foundation

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Kathy Plunkett
Kathy Plunkett's connection with the Aloha camps began in 1993. Through the 1990s, she worked at Aloha, our camp for older girls, in roles ranging from trip kitchen coordinator to Assistant Director. Kathy was a teacher for 12 years and a Vermont school principal for nine years before coming to Hive. She earned her B.A. from East Stroudsburg State University and a master's degree in Education from Antioch New England Graduate School. Kathy lives in Norwich, VT, and has worked as a volunteer with local recreation programs as well as Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Vermont. Her sons Ryan and Kyle, enjoyed several summers as Lanakila campers and Kyle returned as a Lanakila counselor. Kathy Plunkett, Director Aloha Hive Camp 846 VT Route 244 Fairlee, VT 05045 (802) 333-3420 Fax: (802) 333-3404


Meet Our Staff | The Aloha Foundation

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Kathy Plunkett
Aloha Hive Director


2014 Directors' Summer Round-up! | The Aloha Foundation

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Kathy Plunkett Director of Aloha Hive Camp for Girls
Kathy Plunkett, Director of Aloha Hive is beyond excited about the summer of 2014, Hive's 100th! The campers and counselors of 2014 are centennials and are the bridge from the first 100 years of Aloha Hive into the second 100 years. Kathy has all sorts of ideas for celebrating this Hive birthday in style!


How Can Directors at Vermont's Aloha Camps Best Partner with Parents? | The Aloha Foundation

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Aloha Hive Director Kathy Plunkett is now at the point of working to fill the remaining slots for the summer of 2013 with girls who are a certain age, or who can attend a specific session with openings.
Kathy Plunkett recently shared some thoughts about why campers, young girls in particular, have been changing their minds about attending summer camp. Kathy explained, "My experience as a summer camp director has shed some light on girls in particular, and how can we ensure we are giving them the opportunities to develop the confidence, resiliency self-esteem and that will last them a lifetime?" Kathy Plunkett and I discussed the significance of Lahey's piece as it pertains to summer camp. Kathy has had many conversations with nervous parents who contemplate a daughter's first summer at camp, and will often say to them, "I am not here to talk you into camp, although I am not sure I can think of a safer more supportive community for girls to develop confidence, independence, assertiveness and success. I am here out of genuine caring, from my experiences of dealing with girls who attend summer camp and thrive." It can be scary to attend summer camp for the first time. Being away from mom and dad, living outside with new people and trying activities for the first time are all reasons for a child to hesitate attending. Where overparenting comes into the picture is when instead of encouraging a child to take the challenge, the parent enables the child to avoid the risk. Kathy responds, "Mom and Dad, move over, your little girls can do way more than you might think. Like Lahey, Plunkett believes that the most significant value of a summer at Aloha Hive is the opportunity to take a few risks away from mom and dad's watchful eyes, and discover the thrill of achievement and growth.


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