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  1. Good job –
    I will attend the reunion -thanks for all the work you have done
    You can count on my support
    Pete Frasca

  2. Thanks for your work on keeping the spirit and relationships of the caddy camps alive! See you at the reunion!

  3. Great site! Love seeing the Oyster Harbor pictures. I can’t believe I remember most of the staff and campers. Truly some amazing memories.

    Jim DiMarino

  4. Great to receive news of the forthcoming reunion. Haven’t heard much of activities since the passing of Mr. D. I saw the website today for the first time and it was wonderful to see the group with Mr. D and Larry the cook although I can’t say that I recognized anyone else. Strangely, I think of those days often and some of the thoughts are as clear as they might have happened yesterday. I’ll try to attend the reunion.

    cordially,
    “the Bishop”
    Maplewood 1949-51

  5. Thanks for putting all of this together…Sorry I cannot make the reunion…My best to all my fellow “caddycampers” at Maplewood and Clauson’s from a former Ass’t. Director to Mr. D. I hope I can meet many of you in the future.

    Steve Paterna

  6. Hello, I was at Lake Tarleton 1965, 66, 67 with uncle
    Fred and his crew. Great memories, I’m glad I found this site, will check in occasionally. Any LT folks?

    1. I was at LT in 64… in the photo I’m front left wearing glasses.
      I was shocked and pleased to find this site as I was meandering on a quiet Sunday with my wife.
      Double Shocked to see my ’64 LT class picture with me in it !! Made my day !
      It was a wonderful opportunity for us youngsters !
      Hat’s off to everyone who made it possible.

  7. Hello,

    My name is Kate, I am a Graduate Student at the Boston Architectural College and earning a Master’s in Historic Preservation. I am in the process of working on my final project and stumbled upon this site in my research.
    I grew up in Bethlehem, NH and I am focusing my final project on the History of the Maplewood Hotel and surrounding buildings that stood on the site. I have always been curious about the Maplewood and would love to know more, if anyone is willing to share their story of the Caddie Camp with me? I remember a long time ago, a man named Henry Colby stopped by our house and told us he was a caddie for a wealthy family who had a summer home in Bethlehem in the 1920’s, though I am unsure if he was at the Maplewood Caddie camp or not. I’m looking for stories and first-hand accounts about the Maplewood for my project and haven’t had much luck. I would be delighted if someone from this group would be willing to share their Maplewood Caddie Camp memories! I know this is a shot in the dark, but I thought I’d give it a try. Please let me know if you need more information from me. I hope to hear from some of you!

    Best Regards,

    Kate

  8. Hi
    I was a camper at Clausens in the late 60s. Great memories of camp fun and fond memories of Mr. D. Sad to hear of the passing of a great man that cared so much for the camps and all the boys. Will always carry happy memories of camping days. Wish more kids could enjoy like we did.

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