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25 Gulick Road
Raymond, ME 04071
(207) 655-4739
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Marching towards a clever web posting name

Above is sunset from one of the first days the lake was frozen over this February. Below photo from the week before. The last part of Sebago Lake to freeze is over 300 feet deep and about 2 miles west of our Rookies Island. Rick has been making Blockhead Puppet blanks this month.  It is fun to go into the shop and hear them all singing “I’m a blockhead made of wood….”. Speaking of camp songs, Heidi just put all

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Mid-Winter Wohelo Update

Happy February!  A great crew of campers at both camps signed up for 2019.  This is the earliest we have ever filled!   Registrations are closed on-line, please contact the office with any availability questions. Directors Jennie and Heidi with some Wohelo Gathering decorations this past month.  Thanks so much to all of our wonderful host families! San Francisco Wohelo Gathering Falmouth, Maine The lake is still open at the end of January. ( -15 wind chill on January 31st!) Below

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Happy 2019 from Wohelo

Happy New Year! January is a busy month for Wohelo Gathering/Slide Show Events. Please R.S.V.P. for details. Beverly, MA – Thursday, January 10th – 6pm Falmouth, ME – Friday, January 11th – 6pm Chevy Chase, MD – Sunday, January 13th – 10:30am Philadelphia, PA – Sunday, January 13th – 3:30 NEW TIME!! San Francisco, CA – Sunday, January 13th – 3pm Breckenridge, CO – Sunday, January 20th – 5:30pm  – JUST ADDED!! Greenwich, CT – Saturday, January 26th – 5pm New York City, NY – Sunday, January

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Wohelo Wishes you Happy Holidays

We had a very snowy November.  Three snow days with closed schools. But the new Timahia Roof was ready for the challenge. As was the rest of camp after these stalwart rakers came in and did an amazing job getting the leaves away.  Thanks!! The Fall Wohelo Bird Newsletter was mailed in November. Alums and Current Families – Remember you have this Wohelo Bird and all the recent  Wohelo Birds at your Camp InTouch account under “Forms” Sunset moving towards

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Fall Update from Wohelo

Another spectacular fall on Sebago. Mount Washington visible with snow for the first time on Halloween Day The Sebago Wohelo Sailing Cove Retaining Wall is finished!  A 5 year project and lots of hard work to get our cove looking great.  Wohelo gives a big thanks to the Ricks and Lew and their fearless leader Davis. We just got this new Archery Video finished and uploaded to Vimeo.  See all our new 2018 videos and links to Vimeo albums at

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