Discovery Farm Family,

Living out in the country has taught me many things, like how to pick out poison ivy from a mile away, or what to do if your pigs escape.  One of those life lessons is that there is a season to everything, which can be a hard one to learn, especially when you really like the season.  This past fall our family was faced with an opportunity for my husband to purchase back the company he and his family started well over 30 years ago and in doing so we had to make some prayerful and hard decisions like transitioning the farm to new ownership.  While we are still in the process of ironing out the details, we quickly realized that we needed to make a few changes and one of these (this makes me cry writing this!) is ending summer camp.  We have had 13 wonderful years sharing our summers and the farm with the community and the best campers and families ever.   The director, teachers, assistants, leaders in training and especially the campers have given us memories we will cherish and hold dear forever…who could forget clay creek, the black diamond hill, or capture the flag in the picnic area.  We have absolutely loved every minute of it.  While I am sad to be writing this, I am also incredibly grateful for the time we spent with your children and your families.  We thank you from the bottom of our hearts ~ The Danisheks at Bull Run Farm

 

Because I know your children look forward to camp, I want to make sure I can give you another option with the highest recommendation and the Sunshine Camp is my favorite (most of you already know and attend but just in case you don’t here is the info).  Below is their contact and facebook page (Springboro Sunshine Camp):

Debbie Cottongim (937) 367-4838

https://www.facebook.com/Springboro-Sunshine-Camp-281965685299157/?fref=nf