Thanks again Jay, right here'a in my own back yard. I think I'll fire-up Seabiscuit and take a drive over there Sunday.
This camp was associated with the Posse Nissen School of Gymnastics in Boston. Became Hillsboro Camp and was operated as a family camp until fairly recently.
Thanks Chris, here a little more information about the camp. Founded in 1923, Hillsboro Camp began life as an athletic facility for the Posse-Nissen School of Physical Education. In 1927 the Camp started opening during the summer for girls from 8-16 years old. Between 1927 and 1980 as many as 140 campers enjoyed their summer in Hillsboro. In 1981 the camp changed from girls to a families and groups (e.g. reunions, church outings and dance groups). Hillsboro Camp is currently under 4th generation management. I am thinking about driving over there on Sunday if the weather is good.
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If I wanted a mattress I'd go to a real mattress store and be able to touchee feely not an on line piece of #@$%&$ that who knows where it came from and what it was made of.
I delivered meat there when I worked for Foster Beef in Manchester, NH back in the early 70's.