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camp menotomy
A NEW CAMP IN MEREDITH

 

Camp Menotomy, Meredith, N.H., opened Sunday, July 2, with 46 campers. The girls came from Belmont, Arlington, Winchester, Lexington, Waltham, Melrose, Concord, and Sharon, Mass.; Newton, Etna, and Hanover, N.H.; Bedford Hills and Pelham, N. Y.; and Englewood, N.J.

The names of the charter campers will be cut on a "Charter Beech." A dedicatory campfire was held Sunday evening at which each camper voiced her wish for the future success of the camp.

On the Fourth of July, colors were raised formally for the first time at Camp Menotomy. Color Sergeant was Marjorie Wright of Belmont. Color Guards were Marjorie McNaney of Arlington, Ann Stone of Sharon, Ann Frothingham of Bedford Hills, N.Y.

Tennis and water sports occupied most of the day. A buffet supper was served at 6:30 followed by a horrible's parade and a musical and dramatic program in the Old Barn. Virginia Wunderley, Massachusetts Girl Scout champion drummer was a guest entertainer.

 


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