Janke, Ray and Cindy
Where= Windy Acres Campground
When= September 9-11, 1994
Price= $38 (Weekend)
Fri. - Set Up, 7:00pm (1900) Campfire & dessert with apple pie & Western costume contests
Sat. - 4:00pm (1600) Games With Kids of all ages, 5:00pm (1700) Pot-Luck Supper Followed by a Campfire.
Sun - 9:00am (0900) Coffee & donuts, farewell until Next Year
Windy Acres Campground!
Plan on joining us for the fall camping trip! The campground has a safari field with a large campfire ring, electric and water hook ups, fresh water swimming, Camp store, Playgrounds and pavilion.
We’ll have a western theme so dig out your bandannas, cowboy boots, hats and flannel shirts for the best western costume contest. Bake an apple pie for the apple pie contest or volunteer to be a judge. Kids, bring along your lassos, water pistols and marbles for some games.
August 5, 1994 NUs Line
Kilowatt Kampers Fall Kampout Koming Up
”Kilowatt Kampers is looking for new members. We’re a group
of NU employees and retirees–and a few Yankee Gas employees
who worked for NU before the spinoff occurred–who get
together two weekends a year to camp,” Cindy Janke, the
Regional Operations Center Engineer at Brush Hill, told
Janke is Wagon Master for the 22nd Annual Fall Kampout and
is inviting all NU employees, retirees and their families to
join in the fun. The compost will be held September 9-11 at
Windy Acres Campground in Westhampton, Massachusetts. Cost
is $38 plus a dessert for Friday and a pot luck dish for
Saturday. The campground has electric and water hookups,
freshwater swimming, a camp store, playground and pavilion.
“We’1l have a western theme’s Janke said, also people should
think of dressing in terms of cowboy boots, flannel shirts
and bandannas. We’11 have a ‘western costume’ contest and
an apple pie contest. Plus we’ll have games for kid’s
Kilowatt Kampers’ first compost was held in July 1973 in
Massachusetts. Last month’s compost in North Stonington
Connecticut, was the group’s forty-second.
According to Janke, the spring carport is usually held in
Connecticut and the fall compost is usually held in
Massachusetts. ”But now that PSNH has joined NU, we may
start a summer comport in New Hampshire if there is enough
interest,” she said.