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About Camp Sebago

Sebago Leadership Camp helps boys in grades five through eight advance in the qualities essential to any man of character: a strong faith, a spirit of service, a commitment to excellence. Our campers learn about what it takes to be a leader and to grow in maturity in a fun and supportive atmosphere. 

The camp is sponsored by Sebago Leadership Camp, Inc. The spiritual activities of the camp are entrusted to Opus Dei, a Personal Prelature of the Roman Catholic Church.

To learn about other programs for young men, please visit the Youth Service International website at www.ysi.org.

Camp Directors

The directors of the camp are professional men who have many years of experience running character-building activities for young men. Our Summer 2016 session will be the twelfth year of the Sebago Leadership Camp.

Dr. John Barravecchio practices Internal Medicine in Hyde Park and joins us as our camp doctor for the seventh time this summer.

Don Pacific has coached hockey for over 30 years at every level, professional, Olympic, college, high school and youth. Coach Don returns this summer for his tenth year on the camp. He is the father of two and lives in Hudson, MA.

Dave Reilly is the father of seven. Dave and his wife make their home in Medfield, MA. He enjoys spending time with his family as well as golfing and cycling.

Fr. Joe Ruisanchez is a priest of Opus Dei and lives in Newton, MA. This will be Fr. Joe's tenth year as our Chaplain. He enjoys sailing, skiing, and kayaking and plays a mean guitar.

Jim St. Thomas is the father of four and lives in Cumberland, RI. He is a Senior Vice President Commercial Banking at Santander Bank, based in Providence. Jim enjoys exercising, golf, and working on home improvements.

Bob Sylvain lives in Newton and is working to help start the Mill Brook School in Walpole for boys in grades 3 through 8. This is his thirteenth year as the day-to-day director of the Sebago Leadership Camp. He enjoys playing the banjo and guitar.