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Welcome to the
Kennebec Alumni Website


This website is an on-line
resource for reunions, news,
events, directory, photos,
archives, blog, and more for
alumni and staff of
The Kennebec Camps

We are saddened by the

death of Paul Tobias,

one of the biggest
Kennebec boosters

of all time

Paul Tobias

Please see his obituary
in In Memoriam


The 115th Anniversary
Alumni Reunion

Will be held on Saturday,

April 30, 2022,

at Maggiano's Little Italy
(Philadelphia, PA)


In Memory of

August 19, 2019


Click here for Obituary for Mickey Langsfeld

Contributions can be made in his memory to

The Camp Kennebec Campership Fund



Earl Ferguson

NOTE: There is a special production tribute at the Weinstein JCC
o former camper and
counsellor, Earl Ferguson,
who died June 3, 2020.
Tax deductible contributions
can be made in his memory to:

Camp Kennebec Alumni Fund
c/o American Camp Association
5000 State Road 67 North
Martinsville, IN 46151-7902
Click here to read his obituary.



Learn more about any of the following by clicking on the link:

Camp Kennebec Archives (Memorabilia)

110th Reunion, April 29, 2017, Photos and Attendance List

Kennebec documentary by Glenn Goldenberg and Bob Merz

 The Camp Kennebec Campership Fund

Our Facebook page

History of Jewish Camps in Maine

Were you a Micmac? Passy? Penny? See the article on today's tribes.

Kennebec family helped to save Jews during WWII 

"The Boy Who Didn't Like Summer Camp' by Jon Marcus

Boy Lost in the Woods of Katahdin

Philadelphia Inquirer article August 2012


Uncle Donny Clark (camper 1966-1968, counselor from 1970-1977 and son of Uncle Artie Clark) has written a very enjoyable book titled "The Legend of Silent Horse". It is self published (Chesuncook Publishing), has the Kennebec logo on the lower right of the cover and can be purchased by contacting him at 402-283-1229 or at [email protected] ($14.95 plus $3.00 shipping). A great gift!!. See how many references you can find he made to CK! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Camp Kennebec Campership Fund.

Click here for In Memoriam page