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Would you like to hear about upcoming alumni events in your area or receive the bi-annual Chronicle? If your answer is yes, then we need you to register and update our database with your camper and staff history. 

Alumni SpotlightS

Meet your alumni ambassadors

Be on the lookout for Alumni Ambassadors planning gatherings in your area! Alumni Ambassadors are Coniston Alumni around the country who have stayed connected to Camp and want to spread Coniston news and strengthen our community. Ambassadors are responsible for organizing gatherings, assisting in career development and alumni focused activities, as well as notifying the community on the latest Camp developments. Below are quick snapshots of our current Ambassadors and their activities on behalf of Camp.

Sherm Horton

has been an Alumni Ambassador since before we even had a name for it! He has indirectly been connected with almost every alumni event over the past 25 years. Sherm is our Webmaster, having designed and coded every bit of website content that Coniston has. Sherm is an invaluable part of the Coniston community and we are incredibly fortunate to have him! 

Beth (Farrey) Worthington

has been involved with Camp since the 70s and is about to celebrate her 50th year involved with Coniston! Most recently, she helped plan the Sanders Leadership Center in the boathouse reunion event. Additionally, she often helps with events in Colorado and has been known to travel to California for events as well!

Meghan & Brad Ship

met at Coniston and continue to stay closely connected to the Coniston community – both with other alumni and now as camper parents. They were also some of the first ever donors to commit to recurring donations to Coniston! They see donating each month as a convenient way to support Coniston and know that they are providing continuous benefit to all of Coniston’s ongoing efforts.

Corey Miller

is currently living in New York City and working at The Player’s Tribune. He has hosted several Camp gatherings in the City and loves to meet anyone with a Coniston background. His knowledge of the city is phenomenal and was a great help in planning our NYC Alumni event and Career Development night in the Big Apple!

Gray Kaegi

one of our newest Alumni Ambassadors! Gray is a recent graduate of Carleton College, and has already done a fantastic job reaching out to alumni and connecting them to Camp. Gray even helped organize an international camp gathering in the Czech Republic!


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Career Development

Coniston’s impact lasts throughout a lifetime. See how Coniston can help young alumni  who are eager to jumpstart and develop their careers.


YMCA Camp Coniston’s strength is in its community, a community that is comprised of all, campers, alumni, parents and friends of camp. People can volunteer in many different ways whether on a committee, as a career development panelist, ambassador or helping clean up Camp. Volunteering is a fantastic way to connect with camp and help see it grow.

Our History

YMCA Camp Coniston celebrates over 100 years of building healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. While you may notice that some things have changed since 1911, our mission remains. We are a community composed of individuals with different backgrounds and experiences. An organization helmed by local, regional, and world leaders and innovators.

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