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CVII

Picture a rogue squadron of down-filled pencil pushers coordinating a squalid attempt at what they believe to be a most fertile salad dressing, but what we know to be a seasonal jaunt through the woods in search of pine cones shaped like Abe Lincoln. 191 more words

Poetry

Witley, April 26, 1917

Thursday        Splendid day today fine & warm — Pay day . Dismantling & cleaning trunnions – Attended a whist drive at Witley  I made 152 points spent a very pleasant evening… 379 more words

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Camps coming up

Check out the camps section for all the information about Borough Camp and Summer Camp – please make sure that you take action by the appropriate deadlines.

Camps

Witley, April 25, 1917

Wednesday       Splendid day today I Rec’d 2 letters from J last Apr 2 dated Did a little dismantling & cleaning. My teeth are giving trouble… 247 more words

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Summer Programs Return for 2017!

Our popular summer programs are both making their return for the summer of 2017!

This year we will be offering our summer Development Program on summer Fridays and our Summer Camp (August 7-10). 90 more words

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Photos: Grandparent-Grandchild Archaeology Day Camp

During spring break last week, George Washington’s Ferry Farm hosted to Grandparent-Grandchild Archaeology Camp. Campers, young and old, got a crash course on the entire archaeology process at Ferry Farm and the importance of archaeology to history. 124 more words

George Washington's Ferry Farm

Witley, April 24, 1917

Tuesday          Frost this morning but was a splendid fine & warm; no mail yet – finished a few repairs, its a clear night, teeth giving me trouble… 108 more words

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