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Contact Our Staff
Danny Kerr | Director – year ’round inquiries | [email protected] | 603-903-0735 (winter)
Ken Moore | Associate Director/Alumni Relations | [email protected] | 216-695-1759 (winter)
Tom Reed, Jr. | Consulting Director | [email protected] | 603-276-0863 (winter)
Dottie Reed | Administrator | [email protected] |
Allyson Fauver | Administrator | [email protected]
Diane Rohde | Camper Accounts/Financial | [email protected]
General inquiries | email [email protected]
For Tuition & CEA payments between Oct 1 – June 10:
We recommend you use eCheck to pay tuition and submit funds for your son’s Camper Expense Account (CEA), an easy and secure option built into your Pemi online account. Using eCheck (instead of mailing a paper check) shortens processing time significantly. If I prefer to mail a paper check, where should I send it? We encourage you to use the eCheck option — but if you prefer to mail a paper check for tuition, please send it to Camp Pemi | 55 Smith Bridge Rd | Plymouth, NH 03264.
Fax Number to use for forms (for campers and staff):
Contact us during the summer between June 10 – Sept 20:
Camp Pemi | PO Box 222 | Wentworth, NH 03282
Summer Office Fax: 603-764-9601 (see above fax number to use for submitting forms)
How to send Letters, Packages, and Duffles:
- Letters: Camper Name | Camp Pemi | PO Box 222 | Wentworth, NH 03282
- Packages / duffles: Camper Name | Camp Pemi | RT 25A | 50 Camp Pemigewassett Rd | Wentworth, NH 03282
Please Note our Package Policy:
(Please share this information with other family members and friends!) Packages are limited to flat-envelope style, no more than one per week. Preferably, packages should contain reading/writing/art materials that can be enjoyed during rest hour and not silly games or toys or “stuff-just-because” that will take your son away from exploring what camp has to offer. No food of any kind is allowed. Thank you for honoring this rule and for setting a good example for your son and his cabinmates. A handwritten letter means more than stuff! When a boy receives a package, a notice is placed in his mailbox. He brings the notice to the office to get his package and will open it in the presence of an office staff member. This procedure enables us to manage trash, label items if needed, and monitor our no-food policy. We understand that sometimes a bulky item is forgotten at home and requires a larger package.
Visit Pemi or Request a Home Visit:
Learn about scheduling a visit and tour of Pemi while we’re in session or about requesting a home visit during the off season, here.