Phillips Exeter Serves at Camp Lincoln

Hundreds of employees from Phillips Exeter Academy participated in three major community service projects in the local area on August 29. Offices closed as PEA employees gave back to their local communities while building and enhancing connections among its diverse employee population. A team worked tirelessly at Camp Lincoln to paint cabins, install and repair benches, install stairs in the Amphitheater and Lakeside Stage, and more. Thank you, PEA employees! We couldn’t do it without you.

Thank you, Phillips Exeter Academy faculty and staff, for extending the life of our cabins, making our footpaths safer, putting fresh life into weathered tables, and bringing your vibrant spirit of community to Camp Lincoln. Camp kids and staff are very appreciative!

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Camp Clean Up and Open House

Thanks to some generous volunteer groups, Camp Lincoln is in great shape, and almost ready to welcome thousands of campers this summer! Fifteen staff and their family members returned to camp on Saturday to move firewood, paint signs, and rake and sweep cabin roofs. Docks are back to their floating positions on the lake. On Friday, the office exteriors will be painted and camp’s token Adirondack Chair will get a structural makeover. Thanks to all these volunteers!

On Sunday, over 300 families attended an Open House at camp to tour the facilities and talk about summer camp with staff. Thank you to the eighteen staff members who helped out at the Open House!
Cyrus Champey and Ryan McKernon at Camp Clean-Up Day

Cyrus Champey and Ryan McKernon at Camp Clean-Up Day