Girls immediately recognize Sari when they get off the bus because she gets to meet most new campers before the summer. They know they can count on her to have answers!
Sari is silly and fun. She does her very special dance every time she gets up to do announcements while the girls sing her song. They see her as kind, caring, and fun to be around — they like to hang out with her, and they grow to appreciate her thoughtful insight and problem solving skills.
She is highly respected and she leads with kindness. She is hardworking and responsible. She sets a fantastic example in that regard. They see she is loyal, and has dedicated her life to Chippewa AND the girls of Chippewa.
By leading through example and encouraging campers (and staff) to always take the high road and “do the right thing.”
Sari enjoys spending time with staff and campers - sometimes for fun and sometimes with a purpose - be it in the office, around camp or in cabins, she makes a point to be a part of their camp experience