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Gibson-Hugo Family Field, Center Day Camp (CDC)

2006 - Maine's Jewish Heritage , Arcadia Publishing, 2007

Thank you to Kenny Nelson and Abe Peck & Jean Marcus Peck for the photo
Note: pg 106 "Kenny Nelson and David Small are long-time supporters of the JCC's day camp in Windham. It was their fund-raising abilities and vision that led to the successful creation of the Gibson-Hugo Family Field at the campů"
Links to People: left to right:  Marshall L "Jack" Gibson   Ruth-Anne Hugo Kenny Nelson David Small ;
Related organizations: Center Day Camp (CDC);
Related organizations: Center Day Camp (CDC);
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