After a year lost to COVID, summer camps will reopen

SALISBURY — The familiar sounds of laughing, shouting, splashing and playing — both the youthful abandon and instrumental varieties — will once again tickle the ears of those living near Lake Dunmore this summer. That’s because three popular camps — Keewaydin, Songadeewin and Point CounterPoint — will reopen to children this summer after a one-year hiatus forced by the COVID-19 pandemic. “Demand has been high and is coming steadily at this point,” said Camp Songadeewin Director Ellen Flight, who reported th … (read more)

COVID-19 spoils summer at historic Dunmore camps

SALISBURY — For the first time generations, the heartwarming tones of youthful exuberance — including unbridled laughter, splashing and singing — won’t swell within two historic camps and dance across the rippling waters of Lake Dunmore in Salisbury this … (read more)

Seth Gibson honored for 52 years at Keewaydin

SALISBURY — Seth Gibson of Middlebury received a lifetime achievement award from the Vermont Camps Association (VCA) at a recent ceremony. Gibson has been working at Keewaydin Camp for Boys on Lake Dunmore since 1967. During that first summer he and long- … (read more)