SCATS campers dive in to fun

By Tucker Covey and Sam Oldenburg

After moving in to Northeast Hall on Sunday, June 12, SCATS campers toured campus to prepare for classes the next day and played ice-breaker games to get to know each other.

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Chris Paris (left) of Prospect, and Calloway Bills (right) of Russelville play Machine, where the campers make a series of mechanical noises and motions and add in as more campers join Sunday, June 12 on South Lawn. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

 

Counselors Aaron Bard and Natalie May lead campers in a human knot activity Sunday, June 12, on South Lawn. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselors Aaron Bard and Natalie May lead campers in a human knot activity Sunday, June 12, on South Lawn. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselor Courtney George leads campers past the Fine Arts Center while on a campus tour Sunday, June 12. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Counselor Courtney George leads campers past the Fine Arts Center while on a campus tour Sunday, June 12. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Emily Slaven of Louisville carries a basket of her belongings into Northeast Hall during SCATS move-in Sunday, June 12. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Emily Slaven of Louisville carries a basket of her belongings into Northeast Hall during SCATS move-in Sunday, June 12. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Julie Roberts, the executive director of The Center for Gifted Studies, leads non-residential students on a campus tour Sunday, June 12, in preparation for their first classes the following morning. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Julie Roberts, the executive director of The Center for Gifted Studies, leads non-residential students on a campus tour Sunday, June 12, in preparation for their first classes the following morning. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counsellor Meredith Bickett (from left) plays Pterodactyl with campers Audrey Thacker of Louisville and Lilly Mooney of Shepherdsville Sunday, June 12. Pterodactyl consists of making odd noises and actions in order to make the opposing player laugh. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Counselor Meredith Bickett (from left) plays Pterodactyl with campers Audrey Thacker of Louisville and Lilly Mooney of Shepherdsville Sunday, June 12. Pterodactyl consists of making odd noises and actions in order to make the opposing player laugh. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Griffin Salsman from Springfield, Tennessee, tries to stay composed as counselor Jake Petty attempts to make him laugh during a game of Pterodactyl Sunday, June 12, on South Lawn. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Griffin Salsman from Springfield, Tennessee, tries to stay composed as counselor Jake Petty attempts to make him laugh during a game of Pterodactyl Sunday, June 12, on South Lawn. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Abby Adams-Smith (center) starts laughing after stumbling over words in her introduction while her fellow campers laugh along in good spirits Sunday, June 12. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Abby Adams-Smith (center) starts laughing after stumbling over words in her introduction while her fellow campers laugh along in good spirits Sunday, June 12. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Counselor Andi Dahmer leads campers by Tate Page Hall and Academic Complex on a campus tour Sunday, June 12.  (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselor Andi Dahmer leads campers by Tate Page Hall and Academic Complex on a campus tour Sunday, June 12. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Calloway Bills (left) of Russellville plays Pterodactyl with counselor Olivia Jacobs and other campers on South Lawn Sunday, June 12. The goal of the ice-breaker game was to make an opposing player smile by saying pterodactyl in an awkward way. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Calloway Bills (left) of Russellville plays Pterodactyl with counselor Olivia Jacobs and other campers on South Lawn Sunday, June 12. The goal of the ice-breaker game was to make an opposing player smile by saying pterodactyl in an awkward way. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Lily Jones (from left) of Cincinnati, Ohio, Lia Anderson from Louisville, and Emma Crouch from Old Fort, Tennessee play an ice-breaker game on the opening night of SCATS Sunday, June 12. The campers read a question off of the ball and answered it to tell the group something about themselves.(Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Lily Jones (from left) of Cincinnati, Ohio, Lia Anderson from Louisville, and Emma Crouch from Old Fort, Tennessee play an ice-breaker game on the opening night of SCATS Sunday, June 12. The campers read a question off of the ball and answered it to tell the group something about themselves.(Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Counselor Matt Owen leads campers in a game of Duck, Duck, Goose as an ice-breaker activity Sunday, June 12, on South Lawn. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselor Matt Owen leads campers in a game of Duck, Duck, Goose as an ice-breaker activity Sunday, June 12, on South Lawn. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselors Ben Guthrie and Andi Dahmer introduce their campers to an ice-breaker activity Sunday, June 12, on South Lawn. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselors Ben Guthrie and Andi Dahmer introduce their campers to an ice-breaker activity Sunday, June 12, on South Lawn. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
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