Olivia White is Debby’s granddaughter and has grown up attending camp and spending time helping on the horse farm. In addition to the Summer 2020 season being her 4th year as Senior Counselor, Olivia helps with riding lessons throughout the year and can be found helping out around the farm in various aspects. Olivia has a true love for horses and does a wonderful job with the activities that are enjoyed by the campers. Olivia graduated from Thousand Islands High School in 2006.
Cathy Jones-Brimmer is our Camp Chef for each lunch and dinner served! The meals are delicious and have been developed with input from campers so they are “camper” friendly! During the school year Cathy was previously a School Bus Driver for the South Jefferson Central School District and is currently employed at a family owned business in the Adams area. Cathy has been very active in the past in 4-H and FFA Programs and has attended several horse shows and events with her daughter Allison and their family horses. Ali was once a counselor at camp before attending college at Cornell University
Marla Ivey-Mendoza joined the counselor ranks during the Summer of 2017 and brings with her a wealth of craft knowledge and a desire to work with young ladies in this capacity after having children of her own. Marla is often found at the farm helping to prepare for camp and designing posters and paintings found on the property. Marla previously worked for the Department of Defense in airline terminals across the United States.
Brianna Orendorf joined Triple Crown Horsemanship Camp as a camper/counselor in training during the Summer of 2018. Bri has attended camp for several years and we are very pleased to have her join us in this capacity. Bri is currently attending Cazenovia College for Equine Studies after graduating from West Genesee School District in the Syracuse area.
Haley Very has atended camp for several years, completed Counselor in Training requirements, and has become a full time counselor at camp. She is currently attending Grier School in Pennsulvannia and competes in both English and Western riding. Haley lives and breaths horses and we love having her at camp as a counselor and so to the campers!
Julie White is Debby and Martin’s daughter and is a familiar face to past campers. Julie moved out of the area for a few years to pursue an Educational Administration graduate degree and a new career at Mexico Academy and Central School. During the Summer of 2017 Julie was able to rejoin us for portions of the camp week due to her relocation back to Cape Vincent and working in an administrative role as a Supervisor of Professional and Program Development at Jefferson-Lewis BOCES. Julie owns two horses that reside at camp all year.