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Meet Our 2017 Staff

Director: Mel Horvath-Lucid

Mel is excited to be joining the Unicamp community in the role of Camp Director.  She brings with her passion and experience in conflict resolution, camp leadership as community building, and eco-spirituality, rooted in UU values and principles.

Her interests are diverse, some of which include: yoga, dance, eco-spirituality, writing, singing, cooking and equity activism.  Her favorite quote right now is "Love Radically, Serve Gratefully and Wonder Daily”

Program Director: Michelle McComb

Michelle is delighted to be working as Program Director again this summer. Coming to Camp since the age of 9 as a kids camper, the awe, wonder, and simplicity of a summer at Unicamp captured her heart.

Michelle’s goal for the upcoming year is to create and maintain that essence and spirit of
summer.

Some of Michelle’s favourite things to do at Unicamp include walking along the paths taking pictures, sunbathing near the apple orchard or on a raft, listening to stories from members of  the community, and stargazing on clear nights.

Assistant Director: Arden Hody

Arden came to Unicamp in 2012 as a way to further involve herself in the Canadian Unitarian Universalist community.

Arden is excited to be returning Unicamp this summer in the Assistant Director role. She is looking forward to continuing to learn and grow with the Unicamp community.

A few of Arden’s favourite things to do at Unicamp are swimming in the pond, reading in her hammock, and playing with the goats (Tibi and Karma).

Property Manager:
Terry O’Sullivan

While working twenty odd years as an industrial lab technician in Guelph, Terry got involved in social issues, organic gardening, Permaculture, bicycling, hiking, camping, Circle dancing and community living.

Presently semi-retired, he is busier than ever.

2017 Volunteer Openings

Volunteer as a doctor or nurse for a week of Children’s Camp or Jouth. This comes with a free space in camp for your children or a gift certificate for time equal to time worked. It’s lots of fun and a great way to get to know the children and staff of Unicamp. Volunteer as a Minister/Chaplain for a weekend or more. Unicamp is a great place to share your UU values and beliefs.


Interested in offering programming for adults or kids during one of our Family Camps?

Are you able to: Lead a hike?  Offer a workshop?  Lead a sing-along?  Or maybe you’d like to lead a discussion on a topic you love?  We welcome any and all ideas and encourage you to share your skills and talents to help make these Family Weeks an enriching experience.  Unicamp looks to the community of family campers to help make these weeks a success for all.

Please send us your ideas for special programs: admin@unicampofontario.ca