The camp program will be running at Nashwaaksis Middle School for the summer 2011 season. The school is located at 324 Fulton Avenue on the Fredericton North Side. See the location on the map below:
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Camp Director, Andrew Reimer, founded True Gaming day camps in 2010, and brings a passion for gaming, along with a drive for excellence in many areas.
Andrew is a Business Adminnistration student at UNB, and has worked in corporate settings for government and industry. He has also worked extensively with kids through Green Hill Lake Camp and as a ski instructor at Crabbe Mountain. He also helps as a math tutor for a number of high school students.
As an athlete, Andrew has played elite level soccer, and continues to play rugby for both the Loyalists and the UNB Ironmen rugby teams. He is on the Ironmen club executive and acts as the team captain on the field.
Andrew returned this spring from New Zealand and Australia, where he spent nine months surviving the Christchurch earthquakes, playing rugby, travelling, visiting Lord of the Rings sites, and making friends with mates from around the world.
Assistant Director, Emy Ritchie, is entering nursing studies at UNB this fall. A graduate of FHS, she has been involved in kids/youth programs for a number of years. She is a qualified Lifeguard, having achieved her NLS along with the Standard First Aid Certification.
As an athlete, Emy has played high school and elite level Women's Rugby, Karate, and has taught youth sports programs. She recently returned from a four-month mission trip to Vietnam where she was organizing activies and teaching sports programs for an orphanage.
True Gaming day camps are operated as part of the education and programming activities of the Center for Family, Media and Technology, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping families find a healthy, balanced approach to technology in their homes.