Wohelo Gatherings – Slide show, information and fun for current campers, staff and directors, alums and especially Wohelo prospects. We hope you will join us or mention us to someone in one of the below locations. We’d love to meet them and tell them about Wohelo! Please R.S.V.P. to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, January 15th – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Heather Ainsworth (alumna) and prospective camper Caroline (9)
75 Corte Dorado, Greenbrae CA
Wednesday, January 21st – 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Mary Martin (current camper) and parents Emily and Bob
14 Landing Woods Lane, Falmouth ME
Thursday, January 22nd – 5:00pm – 7:00pm
At the home of current campers Hannah and Ainslie and her parents
Heidi (Director) and Craig Gorton
157 Common Lane, Beverly, MA
Friday, January 23rd – 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Clara Snell (current camper) and parents Kate Wheeler (alumna) and Andy Snell
1587 Friar Tuck Rd, Atlanta GA
Saturday, January 24th – 12:00pm – 2:00pm
At the home of alumna Anne Sexton
4612 Norbeck Rd, Rockville, MD
Sunday, January 25th – 11:00am – 1:00pm
At the home of alumna Julie Hagmann Toal and Peter Toal
1361 King St. Greenwich, CT
Sunday, January, 25th – 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Callie & Neely (current camper) and parents Marca Armstrong (alumna) and Kevin Ewy 25 Locust Lane, Mt. Vernon, New York
Located directly across from the Bronxville Field Club
Sunday, February 8th – 11:00am – 1:00pm
At the home of current camper Nini Hayes and mother Maureen Hayes
27 North Moore St. Apt 5F, NYC, NY
We have a great group of campers signed up for 2015, and currently have space available at both camps.
Second Week Family Camp also has space available – August 22-29. Super Fun!
Winter has been stumbling along so far. As of the new year we had almost no snow on the ground. Below photo from December 12th of the other side of the lake (6 miles away) with the snow line almost making it down to us.
Even when we got snow it got washed away by rain too soon.
We’ve had some amazingly calm days with the lake like one big sheet of glass.
With the lake that calm it just takes a little cold to form ice, like the thin layer at Little Wohelo beach for this January dip (Rachel and Liana Margolese sporting the red suits and Fritz and Penny representing the Van Winkles).
We are still holding out hope for lots of snow. They told us that all the pine cones this fall meant it would be a big winter…..
We are already planning for the Spring Wohelo Bird Newsletter. Please send along updates of your life to email@example.com.
Like this alumnae news— Jennifer Crystal just published her first book – Et Voilà!
Et Voilà: One Traveler’s Journey from Foreigner to Francophile