Spotlight On Emily Snider
“Future Stars Camps has been around for 37 years and keeping it fresh while maintaining the values that have made this summer day camp a family tradition are why parents, who attended as kids, want their children to come here.” — Jordan Snider
We are proud to be a family tradition. Enjoy getting to know our Future Stars Camps family. If there is someone at Future Stars Camps that you want to know more about, please let us know at: email@example.com
Meet Emily Snider, our first camper to be featured in our short interview series. Emily embodies the family tradition, we are so proud of at Future Stars Camps.
How old were you when you started at Future Stars Camps? If you have siblings, do they attend the camp too? Did your parents go to Future Stars Camps?
Emily: I started Future Stars Summer Camps when I was 4, and have gone every year since. My younger brother, Eli who is now 10 also goes to Future Stars. My dad, Jordan Snider went to Future Stars as a kid. My dad and mom actually met at Future Stars when they both worked there. Now, my dad is the director.
What are your favorite television shows?
Emily: My favorite TV shows are Gilmore Girls and the Big Bang Theory. I never get sick of Gilmore Girls! The Big Bang Theory is hilarious! My dad can’t breathe throughout most of the episode because he laughs so hard.
Do you have a pet?
Emily: I do have a pet. I have a calico cat. Her name is Sunset and she is 5 years old. I love playing and napping with her.
What grade are you in? What do you most enjoy about school?
Emily: I am in 8th grade. My favorite part of school is seeing my friends.
What are you most looking forward to this summer at camp?
Emily: This summer at camp, I am most looking forward to playing soccer and seeing my favorite counselors and friends again.
When you have some quiet time, what do you choose to do?
Emily: When I have some quiet time, I like to watch TV and listen to country music.
Which program at FS camps do you attend?
Emily: At Future Stars, I mostly attend soccer camp, while also spending a week or 2 at another program each year.
Share some things that are important to you?
Emily: My friends are important to me. I love hanging out with them. We always have such a good time, laughing and talking.
What is your favorite memory from camp?
Emily: My favorite memory from camp was a 3 v 3 tournament one week at soccer camp. 2 of my good camp friends were on my team. It was competitive and still a blast! We were joking around, and still putting in 100% effort. We ended up winning the tournament in Penalty Kicks!