Woodstock Whispers Podcast

Woodstock Whispers Ep. 2: A conversation with Waterfront Directors over the years

August 10, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
Woodstock Whispers Podcast
Woodstock Whispers Ep. 2: A conversation with Waterfront Directors over the years
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Woodstock Whispers Podcast
Woodstock Whispers Ep. 2: A conversation with Waterfront Directors over the years
Aug 10, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2

Black Pond - if there is a physical place of Woodstock that any more the cornerstone of Camp?  And what CW staff is at the focal point of connecting all the campers to the waterfront?  

As we continue to have conversations with campers and staff in our runup to the 100th anniversary of Woodstock, we get an incredible walk down memory lane with waterfront directors from the past to current.  In this conversation, we hear from Carey Green (a director in the 60s!), Lauren Drago, Jenna Scinta, Ned Furtner and current director Sara (SCP).  They discuss some of their fondest memories, the gravity and importance of being in such a key position at camp, and how the waterfront has changed and been the same over the years.

As we "run up" to the 100th reunion in 2022, we are looking to capture (and re-capture) conversations with Woodstockers over the ages to hear what's changed, what has stayed the same, what memories people have and how Woodstock impacted their lives.   Let us know if you have a story to share with the Woodstock community as a part of this history project.  

Show Notes

Black Pond - if there is a physical place of Woodstock that any more the cornerstone of Camp?  And what CW staff is at the focal point of connecting all the campers to the waterfront?  

As we continue to have conversations with campers and staff in our runup to the 100th anniversary of Woodstock, we get an incredible walk down memory lane with waterfront directors from the past to current.  In this conversation, we hear from Carey Green (a director in the 60s!), Lauren Drago, Jenna Scinta, Ned Furtner and current director Sara (SCP).  They discuss some of their fondest memories, the gravity and importance of being in such a key position at camp, and how the waterfront has changed and been the same over the years.

As we "run up" to the 100th reunion in 2022, we are looking to capture (and re-capture) conversations with Woodstockers over the ages to hear what's changed, what has stayed the same, what memories people have and how Woodstock impacted their lives.   Let us know if you have a story to share with the Woodstock community as a part of this history project.