It's a well-known fact that every child has their talents. Some are great at playing an instrument, while others may be amazing artists. But sometimes the talents a child has are a bit more unique than that. It's no secret that over the past decade, people have been exhibiting incredible abilities. The abilities expressed were rather varied, with some people exhibiting the ability to move things with their mind or become invisible. At first, the public thought that it was just a sham or a really cool fluke of nature, but once a few people began using their abilities to commit crimes, it became apparent that these powers were very real. People began crying for legislation to prevent these individuals, dubbed Quirks* for the apparently random mutation that gave them their powers, from utilizing their powers at all, though a few smaller groups called for the purging of the individuals.
While most others are afraid of the Quirks* and want them gone, we here at Camp Rikkitaki believe otherwise. Just because these talents are new and fantastic doesn't mean that the kids who have them should be ostracised for them. They were born with these talents, which was something that was beyond their control. Our mission is to teach children to use their abilities for good rather than evil. With a staff of Quirks*, we can provide counseling for the issues that come up with powers, such as the feeling of alienation that often comes along with them. We've been there after all, so we can relate. We also have experience with our own powers, which allows us to guide campers in mastering their own abilities.
As for activities, our camp covers forty-six acres of land, approximately thirty of which are well-forested areas with numerous trails for hikes and camping. The other sixteen acres are the main part of the camp itself, hosting the dorms, administrative building, infirmary, pool, recreation center, and various other buildings that the campers will utilize. There's also a lake near the main part of the camp for students who enjoy fishing or canoeing, with several canoes and kayaks available at the lakehouse. The dorms mainly consist of beds and dressers, though there is one bathroom in each dorm and several electrical outlets. The showers, however, are found near the pool and are, of course, separated by gender. The recreation center is fully equipped with a pool table, a television, and a couple of game consoles, which is typically reserved for inclement weather. Several of the buildings are also reserved for "classes," which are activities that campers can participate in at their leisure. We host a variety of classes, such as art, metalworking, woodworking, computer skills, music, etc. There is no set schedule for students to be in particular places at particular times. We just want them to have fun, do what they like to do, and learn to control their abilities better in the process.
It comes as no surprise to us that this must be a time of confusion for you and your family, so if you have any questions, or would like to register your child for our next season, feel free to contact us at 1-800-879-4951.
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1. AnaSilan Sunja
Asher Aubrey Harlowe
Elizabeth Nicole Carson
Samael Kaled El-Amin