My name is Latisha Forster Scott, and I am an alumn of Boys & Girls Harbor. I first attended Boys Harbor Camp when I was 7 years old — back in the '70s. I attended every summer until I was too old to be a camper. When I was 16, I started working as a counselor, and I also worked for the Harbor Adventure program for many years. Later, I served as a group leader for the Lonnie Williams Travel Initiative, which took me to Ghana, where I lived and worked for two months. The Harbor has been a part of my life for over 30 years and has meant so much to me for many reasons. It was a place where I had many firsts: my first overnight sail, my first overnight camping trip, my first American Red Cross swimming test.