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CAMP INQUIRY: “STRONG COMMUNITY & LIFELONG MEMORIES”

By Stephanie LeRoy
Director of Center For Inquiry NYC & Camp Inquiry counselor

I love when folks ask me about Camp Inquiry. Immediately my eyes light up and I give a big smile.

My mind shuffles through the snapshots from a week of wonderful moments and I have to pause before I can answer because I don’t know where to start. I’m hoping that typing it out may be easier for me, but I’ve already rewritten this introduction four times. How can I possibly put into words this week-long sensation of joy and optimism?

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On paper, Camp Inquiry is a secular summer camp for kids ages 7 to 16 that works toward helping youth confront the challenges of living a non-theistic, skeptical, and secular lifestyle in a (more…)

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