1986:

Thirty-five girls attend first Summer Camp session.

1988:

Programming expands with Hiking & Canoeing for returning girls and Literacy for all.

1989:

Leadership Training program introduces a third level of progression for returning campers. 

1994:

Take a Book Home project created with the generous support of The Patrina Foundation.

1998:

Counselor-in-Training program provides additional leadership opportunities for experienced Summer Campers.

2001-2004:

Curriculum expansions include: Science Explorers program, Archery, Pottery, Photography, Sewing.

2009: 

Summer Camp receives American Camp Association's Eleanor P. Eells Award for "motivating staff, developing creative responses to societal problems, stimulating the exchange of ideas and promoting the positive contributions camp makes to the well-being of individuals and society."

2012:

Created Adversaries to Allies curriculum in collaboration with Hardy Girls Healthy Women 

2013-2014:

Expanded waterfront activities with stand-up paddle boards and a pontoon boat.