By ALLYN STEELE
I’m not good at “planned fun.” Ask anyone who has ever worked with me, and they’ll tell you that I can spend all day theorizing, organizing, and implementing a “serious” workshop, but I avoid the “planned fun” and leave it to others. To me, the serious stuff is fun.
So when I moved to Juneau in August for a year-long gig and learned that organizing youth camps at Eagle River United Methodist Camp was part of my job, I just closed my eyes: “Way too much fun to plan. [Sigh.] This, too, shall pass.”