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Thursday, June 23, 2011


Jim Zien

This is a good story -- and an old one. For over 100 years now, generations of families have attended the Vermont girls' and boys' camps of The Aloha Foundation. And there's a first time for everyone. Read a little bit about that in our blog for parents: AND

Jm Zien
Executive Director
The Aloha Foundation
Fairlee, Vermont


Karen, Forwarding this to Eric, who at age 31, would still go to overnight camp (as a camper and then a counselor) if the rest of life didn't get in his way. Good for you for knowing that the homesick letter will be a blip on his screen. And save every letter in case he writes. Priceless.

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