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Happy Holiday Season from Wohelo

Thanks to Ann Sheets from Texas Camp Fire Girls for sending us this ornament.  We love it.

We hope everyone has received the Holiday Wohelo Bird Newsletter this past week,   a new full color version with a special Scholarship spread.   Please contact us if you think we may have lost your address.  (If you got more than one it’s because we really love you:)

Yearbooks to all campers from last summer will be mailing this week.  Early registration gift and Photo DVDs will be mailed later this month.

Early registration is closed.  Take a look at the website “Campers – Who’s Registered” and see who is signed up so far.  We will start to add staff soon also.  We can’t wait for next summer.

Reunion Slide Shows this winter.

Beverly, MA – Friday, January 10th, 7pm

New York City – Saturday, January 11th, 10:30am

Chappaqua, New York – Saturday, January 11th, 4pm

Scituate, MA – Tuesday, January 14th – 7pm

Redding, CT -Wednesday, January 15th – 7:30pm

Nursing Opportunities at Wohelo!!!!


Wohelo is a 107 year old family run all-girls’, residential summer camp located on the shores of beautiful Sebago Lake just outside of Portland, Maine.   We are seeking nurses who share our philosophy of developing girls to their fullest potential in a rustic environment.  Our nurses are an integral part of our camp community and this position provides an opportunity to spend a summer in an idyllic setting while honing primary care nursing skills within a healthy pediatric population.  Our Healthcare Center provides 24 hour coverage and is typically staffed with 2 nurses.  We have 24 hour access to a local physician for consults and same day appointments, and are located within 30 minutes of major medical facilities.
See complete application information  HERE – Nurse Ad PDF
It snowed yesterday,   December 9th.

November Camp News – low water is the most noticeable change around camp.  Look how big Blueberry Island is and you can walk all the way out except about 5 feet of shallow water.   Below is the view back to Swallows from near where the houseboat would usually float.

Charlie’s new book – “Camp Wohelo Girls are We” is getting rave reviews all around and is a popular Christmas gift.  A load in Mark’s car ready for the Post Office below.  $20 for the book shipped ($40 for her first book too).  Mail check to Wohelo Camps.

A little Wohelo montage that Louise made this winter.

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