Quaker Hill, CT Summer Camps

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Camp Harkness
Waterford, CT  
Special Needs Camps: Physical Disabilities
 
 
Ucp Camp Harkness
Waterford, CT  
Special Needs Camps: Cerebral Palsy
 
 
Us Coast Guard Academy Summer Introduction
New London, CT  
Traditional Camps
 
 
Wild Liberty Internships
New London, CT  
Academic and Pre-College Camps: Animals
 
 
Major League Soccer Camps
Mystic, CT  
Sports Camps: Soccer
 

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About Quaker Hill, CT

Quaker Hill is a village or neighborhood in the town of Waterford, Connecticut, in the southeastern part of the state. In 1645, the area which eventually became Quaker Hill was meadows used as hayfields. The area became known as Quaker Hill by 1687 due to its association with the Rogerenes or Rogerene Quakers, a religious sect founded by local farmer John Rogers . The first house was built around 1740 by Benjamin Greene at Scotch Cap. The Robertson and Bingham paper mill, established in 1851, is also said to be the first manufacturer of real tissue manila in the United States. Quaker Hill was included in the city of New London until 1801 when Waterford became a separate town.




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Dessert Benefit & Silent Auction - Royal Family KIDS Camp #273 - Lewis
On Friday, April 29th, 2016, Royal Family KIDS Camp #273 will be hosting their annual Dessert Benefit & Silent Auction. The event will take place at the Lewiston Community Center (1424 Main Street - Lewiston, ID) from 6pm-9pm. The cost is $5/person, or $20 for a family of 5. This is our biggest fundraising event of the year. Royal Family KIDS Camp is a non-profit week-long summer camp for foster children who have been abused, abandoned, neglected, etc. All of the proceeds from this event go directly to the children we support. If you or your business would like to find out how to donate items, money, or services, and be featured in a Digital Auction Brochure that we will send to our members and local media prior to this event, please contact either Valerie Anne Miller or myself, and we can fill you in on the details. Thank you in advance! Valerie Miller - (208) 874-2990 Stephanie Defoyd - (208) 816-2497