Hi, my name is Catherine and I’m coming back to Coppercreek for round 2! I had such a great summer last year that I now can’t wait to return for a second year on the Riding Staff! Originally I’m from Scotland but now I go to university in England where I study biology.
At Coppercreek I am one of the riding instructors down at the Barn. I love teaching out in the jump arena, helping the barnrats at Saddle Club, making Hatch go around in circles during the vaulting – I can’t wait to be part of Sutter’s Riding girls.
When I’m not at the barn you can find me literally anywhere else in camp – making friendship bracelets in deck fun, down by the pool or at arts and crafts – I love doing pretty much anything! Also not to forget my infamous dance sessions in the afternoons on the deck!
I’m also really looking forward to all the camp activities like Campfire, dressing up for all the dances and maybe even the return of the famous Mini Olympics!
Can’t wait to come back to my home away from home in sunny California and see everyone again.
My name is Glenn J. Dickson III, but I go by “Josh”. This will be my first summer at Coppercreek Camp. I was born in Macon, Georgia and I went to High School in Bartlesville Oklahoma. Currently, I am working towards my Engineering Degree at Northern Oklahoma College.
My hobbies include (but are not limited to) Music, Reading, Writing, Photography, Chess, Longboarding, Building, Fixing, Breaking, Hiking and Mountain Biking. I enjoy sports and any field activities. On an average day I will be the one riding around campus on the “giant skateboard”, I will also be the one falling off the “giant skateboard”.
On a not so average day I will probably be trying to figure out how to do something that I know absolutely nothing about. I’ll write you a silly song if you’re in a bad mood and there will be a cool picture and something that I tried to fix in there somewhere too. I’m excited to have the opportunity to welcome that first batch of campers onto the campground.
I am ready to provide a fun, safe environment for the campers to unwind and be themselves. There are many things that interest me and I wear many hats, but I always have room to try something new. I look forward to helping campers experience the joy of being optimistic and free. There is no better feeling.