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Minutes for OHA Steering Committee Meeting – 9/19/2017

Present: Bill Barrett, James Draper, Sheldon Perry, Dan Racowsky, and Stroker Rogovin. 1) Treasurer’s Report (Stroker for Moose) Dues and individual donations are slower than usual, but due to a generous gift from the family of “Pemi” Bob Prescott, donations … Continue reading

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Whitey Sees the Presence

Since humans blundered upon the majesty of what were later named The White Mountains of New Hampshire, those same hills have exhibited a gift for terminating many of them! To this date, 1998, well over one hundred of these unfortunates … Continue reading

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Acadia National Park: A Centennial Celebration

W. Kent Olson is a co-author of a new book. Full details here.

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Maine Huts & Trails

I wanted to make all of you aware of the fact that Maine Huts & Trails is looking for a new Executive Director.   I am deeply involved in Maine Huts & Trails as a Board member and we are looking … Continue reading

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Old and New Friends Ski and Snowshoe Trip

A small group of geriatric OH (GOH) just completed a three night trip to AMC Little Lyford and Gorman Chairback camps. We lucked out on having just enough snow to get us in and out by ski, foot, and snowshoe. … Continue reading

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Charlie Kellogg update

Dear All, We’ve had a busy few days at MGH with Charlie, and feel he is in good hands and receiving good care.  We were informed by the doctors today that they have found a tumor that is difficult to … Continue reading

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The trip that got me into Med school

“The Outing Club of the New England college that I attended decided to have a spring-break skiing trip in 1951.  They contacted other outing clubs and arranged a coed trip to Mount Washington.  The only outing club trips that I … Continue reading

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