Articles by: WaRiKi Editor

First Camp Advisory Meeting

First Camp Advisory Meeting

Camp Wa-Ri-Ki convened its first “Advisory Group” meeting on on April 18th, with eight people attending.  The group was established this year as a new initiative to get input from a focus group with a passion for helping develop Camp Wa-Ri-Ki to its full...
Kiwanis One Day at Camp

Kiwanis One Day at Camp

Join us for Kiwanis One Day at Camp Camp Wa-Ri-Ki is hosting a service day to celebrate Kiwanis One Day on April 11. If your club doesn’t have a project planned or has more individuals then opportunities, we invite you to join us for a day of service to help...
New Development Coordinator

New Development Coordinator

Meet Elliot, the New Camp Development Coordinator. Elliot Olson is excited to join Camp Wa-Ri-Ki as the new Camp Development Coordinator. An educator, writer and tech specialist, Elliot has worked at outdoors camps and taught students both locally and internationally....
Wa-Ri-Ki Kindling Growth

Wa-Ri-Ki Kindling Growth

As we head toward Spring, the Board of Directors for the Camp continues to forge ahead with a number of growth ideas to kindle the fire for future development. Approximately two years into a 50-year lease with Skamania County, and after a series of successful...
Use Freddies Card to Support Camp Wa-Ri-Ki

Use Freddies Card to Support Camp Wa-Ri-Ki

Now you can help support Camp Wa-Ri-Ki… just by shopping as you normally would!  Fred Meyer is donating $2.6 million this year to non-profits in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, based on where their customers tell them to give. If you have already linked...
What is Camp Wa-Ri-Ki?

What is Camp Wa-Ri-Ki?

We’re always pleased, and lucky in this technological age, to find photos and videos online about how people — and particularly, young people — experience Camp Wa-Ri-Ki.  When visiting the scenic grounds and acres on the Washougal River, it’s...
Behind the Scenes at Camp

Behind the Scenes at Camp

We see so many images of campers having fun at the Wa-Ri-Ki, that sometimes we forget the tremendous volunteer effort that goes on behind the scenes. There are many, many volunteers and benefactors involved and we are grateful to them all — we’ll mention a...