Join Henry Kennedy, Executive Director Emeritus of Kieve Wavus Education, as he reaches out to past alumni from KWE programs and share laughs and memories from their time on Damariscotta Lake.
Hap Schroeder sits down with Henry to share camp stories old and new. Hap started at Kieve as a camper in the 1950s. He went on to be a Kieve counselor, trustee, camp dad, and now he's a Kieve and Wavus grandfather who returns to the lake each summer to see his family off to camp.
John Perkins, camper and counselor from the 1960s, talks with Henry about fun, friendships, character building, and all of the great Kieve people who are still important to him today.
Henry sits down with Stanley Waltz, a Nobleboro town official, to talk about Kieve Wavus Education from a local, Lincoln County, Maine perspective. Way back when, Stanley’s first job was mowing lawns for Henry’s grandma, Harriet, back in the 1960s!
Henry Kennedy sits down with Jeb Burns, Kieve camper from the '60s and Chair of the KWE board of trustees during the Wavus merger.
Fred Wood was a camper the year that Henry Kennedy was born. He tells stories about his many Kieve adventures and of fellow mates like Temple Grassi, John Perkins, and so many others.
HRK talks with Sid Perkins, Kieve camper and counselor in the 1990s, about his and his family’s many camp and Kennedy family memories. Sid’s 3 daughters are about to start their Wavus adventures!
Can’t wait for more episodes.