Camp Pemigewassett offers a number of publications that capture and commemorate the experience of the Pemi summer.
Highlighting our publications is Bean Soup, an annual publication dating back to 1910. Bean Soup is a comprehensive summary of the every season, written by campers and staff and read aloud every Monday evening at camp. In mid-December, Bean Soup is edited, bound, and mailed to every member of the current camp family, and includes a full camp roster with addresses, a list of the year’s awards, and the full series of weekly newsletters.
For Alumni, archived Bean Soup’s have been digitized. If you are in need of a specific year or looking for a lost article, contact alumni.
Camp Pemigewassett: The First 100 Years
Written by Tom Reed, Sr. and Rob Grabill and published in August of 2008, this hard-bound, 176-page volume encompasses Pemi’s rich history beginning with its founding in 1908 and concluding with the magnificent 2007 Centennial Celebration. The book features over 200 photos, ranging from the early years through contemporary times, and includes a CD containing a 660-page resource text compiled and written by Tom Reed, Sr., searchable by decade and year.
Order a copy through the Pemi Store at The Camp Spot, Pemi’s supplier for logo wear and more (And while you’re there, check out the new Alumni tab!)
Pemi Catalogue & DVD
An introduction to camp and its programs for you to share with interested families. To request a catalog and or DVD, please email alumni.
Pemi Newsletters & Articles
Written weekly during the summer for parents and friends of camp, these occasionally over-long letters are nevertheless a good way to keep up with current events at Pemi. Visit the Pemi Blog to read and download newsletters from the past several summers. Register your email address to receive summer weekly newsletters and monthly off-season postings automatically in your inbox.
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