Campers keep busy schedules during SCATS

By Sam Oldenburg and Brook Joyner

From morning to night, it’s go, go, go for SCATS campers. To see a typical day in the life of SCATS campers, we followed the campers in one counselor group, that of Priscilla Suh, for a full day.

Megan Franke (from left), Serenity Johnson, Kandi Rogers, and Mary Margaret Vickers gather outside their rooms in Florence Schneider Hall before walking to breakfast with the rest of their counselor group Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Megan Franke (from left), Serenity Johnson, Kandi Rogers, and Mary Margaret Vickers gather outside their rooms in Florence Schneider Hall before walking to breakfast with the rest of their counselor group Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Mary Margaret Vickers (left) and Hayden Tichenor, both from Henderson, walk ahead of the rest of their counselor group on their way to Downing Student Union to eat breakfast Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Mary Margaret Vickers (left) and Hayden Tichenor, both from Henderson, walk ahead of the rest of their counselor group on their way to Downing Student Union to eat breakfast Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Kandi Rogers from Owensboro laughs with her hallmates during breakfast at Fresh Food Company Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Kandi Rogers from Owensboro laughs with her hallmates during breakfast at Fresh Food Company Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Eden Casebier from Bowling Green practices juggling during Clowning Tuesday, June 13. Students practiced with scarves before progressing to balls. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Eden Casebier from Bowling Green practices juggling during Clowning Tuesday, June 13. Students practiced with scarves before progressing to balls. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Piper Poteet of Bowling Green listens as teacher Megan Gleason reads a passage from "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" during The Wizarding World Tuesday, June 13. Students analyzed and discussed passages from the book series. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
Piper Poteet of Bowling Green listens as teacher Megan Gleason reads a passage from “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” during The Wizarding World Tuesday, June 13. Students analyzed and discussed passages from the book series. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
Jasmine Miles of Union explores the parts of a guitar during Guitar 101 Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Jasmine Miles of Union explores the parts of a guitar during Guitar 101 Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Serenity Johnson of Louisville paints a project in Art Through the Ages Tuesday, June 14. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Serenity Johnson of Louisville paints a project in Art Through the Ages Tuesday, June 14. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Hayden Tichenor of Henderson talks with a classmate about her story in Future Authors Tuesday, June 13. Students chose four images and wrote a short story based on the pictures. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
Hayden Tichenor of Henderson talks with a classmate about her story in Future Authors Tuesday, June 13. Students chose four images and wrote a short story based on the pictures. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
Kandi Rogers from Owensboro brainstorms qualities of good writing during Writing Boot Camp Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Kandi Rogers from Owensboro brainstorms qualities of good writing during Writing Boot Camp Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Priscilla Suh makes a friendship bracelet while waiting to take her campers to dinner on Tuesday, June 13. Making friendship bracelets is a popular way to pass time for both counselors and campers. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
Priscilla Suh makes a friendship bracelet while waiting to take her campers to dinner on Tuesday, June 13. Making friendship bracelets is a popular way to pass time for both counselors and campers. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
Priscilla Suh meets with her campers after their classes Tuesday, June 13. The campers then had the chance to choose their optionals for the evening. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
Priscilla Suh meets with her campers after their classes Tuesday, June 13. The campers then had the chance to choose their optionals for the evening. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
Jasmine Miles (left) of Union and Kandi Rogers of Owensboro make their way out of Florence Schneider Hall to go to dinner Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Jasmine Miles (left) of Union and Kandi Rogers of Owensboro make their way out of Florence Schneider Hall to go to dinner Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Campers in Priscilla Suh's group visit after eating dinner in Fresh Food Company Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Campers in Priscilla Suh’s group visit after eating dinner in Fresh Food Company Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Mary Margaret Vickers of Henderson eats a sandwich and carrots for dinner at Fresh Food Company Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Mary Margaret Vickers of Henderson eats a sandwich and carrots for dinner at Fresh Food Company Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Eden Casebier (left) of Bowling Green talks with Megan Batson from Cookeville, Tenn., on their way back to Florence Schneider Hall after dinner Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Eden Casebier (left) of Bowling Green talks with Megan Batson from Cookeville, Tenn., on their way back to Florence Schneider Hall after dinner Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Serenity Johnson (from left), Emma Haupt, Mary Margaret Vickers, Jasmine Miles, and Kandi Rogers walk back to Florence Schneider Hall after dinner Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Serenity Johnson (from left), Emma Haupt, Mary Margaret Vickers, Jasmine Miles, and Kandi Rogers walk back to Florence Schneider Hall after dinner Tuesday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
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Jasmine Miles (left), of Union, Eden Casebier, of Bowling Green, and Megan Franke, of Eddyville play a game of Mafia mediated by head counselor Gabe Smith Tuesday, June 13. Accusations were made as the group tried to figure out who among them was secretly working for the “mafia.” (Photo by Brook Joyner)
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Megan Baston (from left), of Cookeville, Tenn., Megan Franke, of Eddyville, and Chris Paris, of Prospect, laugh during a game of Mafia Tuesday, June 13. The majority of Priscilla’s counselor group chose Mafia for their mandatory optional. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
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Mary Margaret Vickers of Henderson plays with building blocks during community time Tuesday, June 13. Other campers played card games, ping pong, air hockey, and foosball. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
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Megan Franke of Eddyville leads a game of Werewolf during community time Tuesday, June 13. Similar to Mafia, Werewolf is a card game where each player has a secret identity that the other players try to figure out. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
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Megan Baston (center) of Cookeville, Tenn., and Eden Casebier of Bowling Green talk about ideas for their SCATS Olympics team during hall time Tuesday, June 13. With Canada assigned as their country, the group brainstormed ideas for outfits and posters. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
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Priscilla Suh’s counselor group meets in their hall after evening activities Tuesday, June 13. The campers discussed their plans for SCATS Olympics, which will be held Saturday. (Photo by Brook Joyner)
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