Where else could complete strangers become like family by the end of two weeks?
LLYC steps into centuries-old traditions to deepen the Christian spiritual formation of our youth at Echo Valley.
You can’t properly tell the story of outdoor education in the Canyon—or in the state of Texas—without talking about Irma Lewis, a P.E. teacher from Seguin.
In the Echo Valley kitchen, Wylie Shellhouse keeps menus and delivery schedules posted alongside church bulletins and an Orthodox icon printed on wood.
New interns, new children's book, and a call for your photos.
We are delighted to introduce Janice Flynn as Chief Financial Officer of the H. E. Butt Foundation.
Dwight is a rock-solid part of the Foundation’s story—and he’s also one of the changing things, as he embraces a new season of life.
Live music has long been a touchstone here in the Frio River Canyon—from guitar-and-cajón camp songs at Roundup to spirited performances at Laity Lodge’s Cody Center...
Echoes Issue 9 features an excerpt from the poem Summer Images by John Clare (1793-1864).
When Laity Lodge decided to relaunch Creativity Week after an 8-year hiatus, two truths guide the week: Everyone is creative, and everyone is welcome.