Remembering #8804 John Storey – Dudley & Kiniya Friend, Leader, and Mentor
In June of 2005, I arrived on campus to drop off our son for his junior season and was greeted immediately by #8804 John Storey.
Dudley and Kiniya Alumni Reunion Weekend Update
Just like for our summer camping sessions, we ask that all participants be vaccinated against COVID 19 and that you do not come if you are feeling ill. We encourage you to take a rapid test and test negative for COVID prior to joining us. Thanks for helping us keep our community safe!
Make-A-Wish with #16841 Andrew Weibrecht
Dudley camper #16841 Andrew Weibrecht is one of our former Olympians. He has taken on an exciting challenge to ski all 46 of the Adirondack High Peaks.
Swim Point Sunrise – Original Painting and Limited Prints Available
From time to time, a Dudley alumnus creates an artistic masterpiece that holds a unique attraction for the Dudley community.
Helping Others Suffering From Housing Crisis: #9191 Carleton Cleveland at Work
It was September of 2017 and Mother Nature had once again unleashed one of the most destructive forces on the planet. This time, it was Hurricane Irma, and her sights were on southwest Florida.
Board Chair Transition
As we turn the calendar toward 2022, we are proud to announce #11904 John Ulin (“JU”) as the Board of Trustees unanimous choice to succeed Whitney as Camp Dudley and Camp Kiniya’s new Board Chair!
Sunday Talk with JU
Some of you who were around in the summer of 1988 may remember it as the “summer of love” — a theme cooked up by yours truly and my old friend #12082 Patrick Butler.
A Tribute to the “Music Doctor,” Stuart Hemingway
#8804 John and #18204 Martha Story heard from an old friend, Carol Burch, who used to proofread the CD News. Carol spotted the tribute to the "Music Doctor", #8760 Stu Hemingway, in her hometown newspaper the Auburn Citizen in Auburn, NY.
#13175 Chris Murphy – Reflection
#13175 Chris Murphy - Reflection
The “Off Season” at Dudley
I have heard for years that September was the best month of the year at Dudley, and more broadly in the North Country, but I have never had the chance to experience it.