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Spring 2002

 

58th Campout

Nash, Lenny & Shelly

Father’s Day Weekend

Where= Nature’s Campsites
Voluntown, CT

When= June 14 – June 16  2002

Price= $67.00

Activities

Fri. – Check In, Bring Your Favorite Dessert To Share around the Bon Fire Bring Fome Wood – this one is going to be big!

Sat. – Enjoy Your Day At The Campsite (2 Pools, rec hall ect… or @ the State Forest (across the street) Plenty of trails for rideing bikes or walking. Other Points Of Interest: Foxwoods Mohegan Sun, Mystic Seaport, Mystic Aquarium, Gillette Castle and Misquamicut Beaches. Saturday Night – Bring Your Favorite pot-luck dinner @ 6pm (1800)

Sun – Wake up to homemade French Toast with butter and syrup, Fried Eggs, Sausages, Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate and Juice

Other Information

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Kilowatt Kampout – June 14-16
For the second year in a row, the outing was held on Father’s Day
week-end. We had 13 sites and a total of 44 campers. In attendance
were: Lenny & Shelley Nash, Walter & Sandy Sacharczyk, Ken &
Denise Sacharczyk with daughters Isabella and Victoria, Ray & Cindy
Janke, Charlie & Anne Archambault, Allen Meserve with wife and
daughter, Mike & Marie Santos with Laughters Katelyn and Lauren,
Don & Karen Bellemare with 2 sons, Bob & Barbara Bidwell with Pam
and David, Dave & Dolly Wrona with sons Steve and Timmy, Brien &
Dorothy Scott with Mathew and baby(?), Fred & Gail Shawyer with
Mathew and Mary, Bob Ryan & Son, Rick & Gail LeBlanc. Jeff & Adele
Burton and Art & Barbara Dery were able to make the Pot Luck Supper
on Saturday.
On Friday we all set up. Because of rain, dessert was held under
the Nash’s canopy. Just as our fire got going well, the rain started pretty
hard, so it was an early cite for most. On Saturday, all headed different
directions. Some fished, others went to the Casino, Raspberry Junction -and
the shops at Mystic. In the evening we all enjoyed our famous Pot
Luck Supper. After that, the fire was in rare form as usual and the
catching up on stories around the campfire ran well into the nite
Sunday morning all woke up to the smell of fresh French Toast, eggs,
sausage, orange juice, coffee, tea and hot chocolate. The afternoon we bid
farewell until the fall, which George Lamson will be hosting Oct. 4-6.
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