You may be saying to yourself: self what am I doing July 22-24, 2016? The answer is:  Babcock-Hovey Alumni Weekend. We are hoping to see you there this year. This year we are hoping to have great weather and planning many great activities. As a Paid Member of the Alumni Association you can come down and camp for free (Friday and/or Saturday if you wish), and you can bring your entire family. If it has been a few years we have many new improvements to many areas of camp. You may take the kids fishing at Pooler’s Pond, a beautiful walk down by the lakefront, or maybe some star gazing at night? As usual when you come down to camp we will feed you a bounty of food. So please join us for Alumni Day this year and have a great time. Please RSVP to Matthew Crance.


For questions or comments,
please contact Jason Mellen, Vice-President of the Camp Babcock-Hovey Alumni Association. jason.mellen@gmail.com


Alexander Peck, President of the Camp Babcock-Hovey Alumni Association. alexanderpeck417@gmail.com

7 Responses to Home

  1. David Madison says:

    Here is the link to register for the Babcock-Hovey Alumni day: http://bhalum75.eventbrite.com/

  2. Jim Spawton says:

    Nice jobon the website!

  3. Dennis Macro says:

    Great job of putting this all together. Hope we can get more photos and names One correction—the staff photo is from 1969 not 1968. The staff for 1970 ( no photo available ) is almost exactly the same as 1969.

    Dennis Macro–Camp Director 1968, 1969, and 1970.

  4. Anthony Peter Senecal says:

    I love to be reminded of the years I spent at Babcock-Hovey!!!!!!

    • Barry Colburn says:

      I also remember our days at Hovey. Barry Colburn

      • Karl Marchenese says:

        Hi guys! Remember me?? Karl, who worked on the waterfront one year with Gar Ressing, than as assistant cook for 3 years to earn more money. I went back to BH last year with Terry Keller (big guy) from my kitchen days – they were still using the same pots!!

  5. Fred Fuhrer says:

    I always looked forward to summer camp. I was a Scout first in troop 57, then in troop 52 in the 60’s. Then in the 70’s I was an Explorer Scout in the early 70’s. Spending time at Babcock Hovey was heaven to me as a young kid. I took every chance to be there, saved my money so that I could go every chance I got to. Winter camp at BH was great, too. Wish I had all the photos I took there of my friends, but they were lost in the many moves my job took me to. Hope the place lasts forever so other kids can enjoy it as I did.

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