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Raymond, ME 04071
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October Arrives At Sebago

The colors are just starting to change at Wohelo. In fact they haven’t really changed at all as of October 1st.  Here is a photo from October past to show what we have to look forward to. Photo – Fritz Van Winkle Sign Up Now for 2019!  Our registration date has been moving earlier and earlier every year and we have significant registrations already as of October 1st.   If you or someone you know is thinking of starting out with a

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August Already at Wohelo

We are enjoying our last week here at Wohelo. Great wind and sailors to match this summer.   We won the Wohelo Regatta and Wyonegonic also this summer. See some of our sailors in action in the three minute video of drone footage from this past summer on the water.  Music is “Alaska”, by Maggie Rogers.  Sit down and enjoy it:) Another Wohelo Musician came to join us on the playground recently.  Charlie Hewson with her band “Off their Rockers”,  we

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Half Session Update

4th of July was a beautiful day,  almost ending with this peaceful sunset scene, but then turning into another opportunity for Heroism at Wohelo. Hiiteni and Timanous Sunday was well attended.  Here are the second, third, fourth and fifth generation campers  at camp this summer. 40 Bug Award Paddles!  A record …… probably? Full session campers went to the beach on Sunday, this is the Sebago Wohelo contingent. and then had a fun Monday morning of activities before welcoming the

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First Week of Summer 2018

Sebago Wohelo Staff at Pre-Camp above The day before the H-Dock went in below A wonderful first week!   Great wind for the sailors The Sabre Scow, recently named the Karine (Ka-Reen-A) to celebrate her 50th summer. The Scow was purchased  around 1966.  As we all know from the song – All the Leaves are Green -Lyrics that include “and the Sabre Scow,  is Halsey’s New Toy” and  “Tiny Wohelo was blessed by a boy” (Halsey Hewson born in 1965)

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Almost time for “Another Summer at Wo”

Thanks to this crew of people who helped us Spruce Up Wohelo last Memorial Day Weekend.  Several severe storms had left us with LOTS of downed branches and trees.  It is amazing what almost 40 people working hard, 3 trucks and a big wood chipper can accomplish! Foggy Sunset over Blueberry Islands Photo above by Connie Cross during the Spruce Up Weekend. A Wohelo tradition of working together.  Here Halsey Gulick with campers and staff. Another highlight of the weekend

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