Serving Up a Better Game at the Racquet Center
As we get closer to the 100th summer of Camp Chi, we have shared many exciting improvements to the infrastructure and programs at camp. The construction of the Atkins Family Health Center brought about the conversion of the Hochwert Family Media Arts Center, Pinsky Family Culinary Arts Center, and the Cooper Family Outdoor Kitchen. At the other end of camp, the waterfront is being decked out as the Topfer/Vozar Family Cove and home to the Putterman Family Gazebo. The upgrades continue to the heart of Camp Chi.
Thanks to the generosity of the Gilford Family, our tennis courts are being resurfaced and re-envisioned into the Larry Gilford Racquet Center. Along with tennis, a favorite camper activity, the Racquet Center will feature pickleball, a combination of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. Features of the Racquet Center will include, new ball cages, teaching carts, tennis ball machines, score cards on each court and brand-new racquets and balls for both tennis and pickleball.
We are incredibly grateful to the Gilford family and our many generous contributors to the Camp Chi Centennial Capital Campaign, for these much-needed upgrades to the campus. Our campers and staff will enjoy these spaces during our 100th birthday and for many summers to come!
Are you interested in leaving your mark on Camp Chi this year, its 100th summer? Is there a spot in camp that is near and dear to your heart? You can support Camp Chi’s Centennial Campaign here or contact us anytime at email@example.com.