Scott moved to Hunt to become part of the La Junta family at Christmas 2006. Originally from Dallas, Scott grew up attending camp, worked his way through college at camp and even spent his four years at Baylor attaining his degree in Recreation Management so he could go back to camp. After a brief stint Pine Cove, Scott spent 6 years as the Camp Director at Peaceable Kingdom Retreat for Children, a special needs camp in central Texas. Scott brings a diverse perspective to Camp La Junta. Scott is key to the operations, programming, staffing and training at camp. He is a past President of C.A.M.P. , a member of Young Men’s Business League, the founders of La Junta’s DreamKamp, a Sunday school teacher, youth sports coach and a school mentor.
Katie, his wife and fellow Baylor Alumni, joined the La Junta year ’round staff nine years ago to coordinate special projects. Her key involvement centers around the Camp Store, Food Service, Infirmary, Parent Relations and Marketing.
They have two sons who grew up as CLJ Campers and are now counselors. Caleb is 19 and is a Sophomore at Middlebury College in Vermont; Asher is 18 and is a Freshman at Wake Forest in North Carolina.