2017 C3 campers donated nearly $1,000 to the SAVE THE CHILDREN FOUNDATION to help children in need around the world. Over 4,000 hard-earned merits went to support the cause. Attawaytodonate!
MEET Your DIRECTORS!
CAMP DIRECTOR…TYLER ROBERTSON and Annual Editor JENNIFER ROBERTSON
Tyler is the son of Donna and John Robertson and the grandson of Pat and Tex Robertson. He is married to Jennifer Windler Robertson and they have two daughters, Leighton -1 and Marcie - 2.
After growing up at Camp, Tyler earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from UT - Austin. He worked for Morgan Keegan from 1998-2005 in investment banking and private clients. He joined Camp full time in 2005 and was part of the Inks Boys Camp Staff for 10 years. This is Tyler’s 25th year at CLH.
Jennifer grew up in Austin, also earning her degree from UT – Austin. She works full time for LCRA in Austin . In addition to those duties, she has taken on the Camp C3 Annual as the Editor.
GIRLS & BOYS CAMP DIRECTORS…STACY and DAVID BENNETT
Stacy is the daughter of Donna and John Robertson and the grand-daughter of Pat and Tex Robertson. She is married to David Bennett and they have three children: Gracyn - 13 , Hudson - 11 and Hays -7.
After growing up at Camp, Stacy earned her undergraduate degree in Sociology from TCU and her Masters in Education from Texas State.
Stacy taught school for one year before returning to Camp full time. She has worn many hats: a Counselor at Inks Lake, Photographer at Inks Lake, Program Director at Indian Springs, Merit Store Director at Inks Lake and now a C3 Director. This is Stacy’s 32nd year at CLH.
David joined Camp as a Counselor in 1991 at Indian Springs. After graduating from A&M with a degree in Business in 1995, he joined Indian Springs full time, where he served as their Boys Camp Director from 1997 to 2010. Starting in 2011, David joined the Inks Lake Boys Staff . This is David’s 25th year at CLH.
Johnny Rob shows future campers Avery and Jordan some of the petting zoo animals. They are the children of Inks alumn Courtney Turner Forte.