Reactions are being sought from the parents of campers, counsellors, camp alumni and Episcopalians in the Diocese of Delaware as Camp Arrowhead, located on Rehoboth Bay near Lewes, prepares to discuss the need for a capital campaign to upgrade its facilities.

Other groups and individuals with connections past and present to Camp Arrowhead are also encouraged to attend one of the meetings scheduled in each county to see the newly released summer camp video, discuss the camp’s importance to children and families in Delaware and consider plans for much needed major improvements, provide feedback and propose new steps as the camp attempts to respond to the challenges of increasing attendance.

Meetings are set for 1 p.m. Sept. 16 at Christ Episcopal Church, 523 S. State St., Dover; and 2 p.m. Oct. 21 at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 22 N. Union St., Smyrna.

More than 1,000 children attended this summer’s 10-week camping season, in addition to family camping over the Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends.

Participants will be encouraged to discuss proposed major capital projects, as well as other improvements that may be suggested, and to consider how Arrowhead can meet the community’s needs.

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