30 Years of Advocacy & Preservation at Camp Santanoni

30 Years of Advocacy & Preservation at Camp Santanoni

Date: October 4

Time: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

30 Years of Advocacy and Preservation at Camp Santanoni (Day-long tour). In celebration of AARCH’s 30th Anniversary, Howie Kirschenbaum and Steven Engelhart, the two advocates most responsible for Santanoni’s preservation and success, will lead this day-long outing. Howie and Steven will interpret the colorful history of the camp, in particular the story of AARCH’s 30-year role as its champion. Howie was AARCH’s founding board president and crafted the legal solution to the camp’s preservation, co-authored Santanoni: from Japanese Temple to Life at an Adirondack Great Camp, and has been an active volunteer there ever since. Steven has been largely responsible for staffing Santanoni each year, managing the extensive planning work that has guided the restoration of the camp, and raising more than $3 million for preservation work there.

Suggested donation of $35. A limited number of seats are available on a horse-drawn wagon for an additional $30 fee.  The tour begins at 10 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m..

 Register by contacting info@aarch.org or by calling AARCH at 518-834-9328.

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