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Click here for the Phila. Inquirer article August 15, 2012


Welcome to the
Kennebec Alumni Website

 

This website is an on-line
resource for reunions, news,
events, directory, photos,
archives, blog and more for
alumni and staff of
The Kennebec Camps

 

110th REUNION

Philadelphia, PA

APRIL 29, 2017

Click here for information

 

 

Learn more about:

 The Camp Kennebec Campership Fund

Our Facebook page


Were you a Micmac? Passy? Penny? See the linked Maine article on today's tribes.

Click here to see how a Kennebec family helped to save Jews during WW11. Dick and Sam Frieder are Kennebecers

Click here for "The Boy Who Didn't Like Summer Camp' by Jon Marcus. Camp Manitou memories

 Good alumni news:

Uncle Donny Clark (camper 1966-1968, counselor from 1970-1977 and son of Uncle Artie Clark) has written a very enjoyable book titled "The Legend of Silent Horse". It is self published (Chesuncook Publishing), has the Kennebec logo on the lower right of the cover and can be purchased by contacting him at 402-283-1229 or at clarkdonalda@windstream.net ($14.95 plus $3.00 shipping). A great gift!!. See how many references you can find he made to CK! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Camp Kennebec Campership Fund.

Click here for In Memoriam page

Recent passings:

Uncle Hal Weisbein
passed away June 29, 2016, former counselor. Had advanced Parkinson's disease. Condolences can be sent to the family at 5 Hunter Lane, Topsham, ME 04086. Click here of obit.
Uncle Curt Donat
Ivan Gabel Passed away June 11, 2016
Richard Stotter, former camper passed away May 5, 2015.Click here for obit.
Uncle Sy Dunklee passed away in August 1993. Just found out. See the obit. His family would love to hear any stories about him.
Uncle Bill Harvey passed away on February 29, 2012. He had been a counselor at Senior in the 60s and 70s.he was also the wrestling coach at Duke University. Click here for more about Uncle Bill.
Harry Meyers passed away October 19, 2009. He was a camper, director, and Sachem for many years and lived Kennebec daily. Uncle Harry was 93 years young.   Contributions in his memory can be made to: "ACA/KennebecFund"  c/o American Camp Association, 5000 State Road 67 North, Martinsville, Indiana, 46151-7902.  Click here for more about Uncle Harry.