A Thank You to Nantucket for 2016 and a link to our play from 2015

With our first ten years behind us, we want to thank Nantucket for all you've done for us! We couldn't have done it without the friendship, help, love, loans, donations and gifts of so many people and businesses. We know our list could never be complete for ten years worth of thanks, so we say a loud and general thank you to the many people who have helped us over all the years, and offer some more specific thank yous to at least some of the folks who made Summer 2016 not only possible, but wonderful! (Please accept our apologies if we leave you off the list!) Giant thanks to the Steamship Authority, who were enormously generous with passenger tickets on the fast ferry to get us all to and from the island at the start and end of camp!

Giant thanks also to the Hyline, who were also quite generous with tickets for those of us who needed to travel between Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.

Giant thanks to our volunteer and always available, helpful and cheerful nurses, Gloria Gasnarez and Jenny Boley!

Giant thanks to Erik Evens and Billy Tornovish at Don Allen Ford  for the loan of a truck to help us make it to the beach with all our gear!

Likewise, giant thanks to Amy Manning for the loan of a truck to help us make it to the beach, etc.!

Giant thanks to the Nantucket Whaling Museum, and especially to Susan Berman and Karen MacNab for tours, sing-alongs and storytelling!

Giant thanks to our yoga teachers, Marjory Trott, Sally Charpie and Sheri Perelman, who brought peace and beauty to yoga classes, whether before breakfast or before dinner!

We offer giant thanks to Darcy Creech, who designed and donated  2016 Tulgey Wood t-shirts for all of us and many of our friends!

Giant thanks to the community of the Unitarian Meeting House, and especially to Linda Simmons and Gary Langley for all they did to embrace and help us, including allowing us the use of the main hall for our concert!

Giant thanks to David Crohan (and his dog, Walker) who traveled to Nantucket and played a beautiful benefit concert for us!

Giant thanks to our friend Bob Lehman for singing at the benefit concert, and for hanging and singing with us throughout camp!

Giant thanks to our new friends at the Union Chapel in Siasconset!  Elizabeth Queally organized a memorable and lovely cookout and long term support that astounds us!

Giant thanks to Chris Shannon from Madaket Marine, who took us out on wonderful boat outings!

Giant thanks to Maria Costanza at Pi Pizza for two amazing and delicious multi-course meals for all of us!

Giant thanks to the folks at Something Natural, who willingly set aside plenty of yummy bread for us to use for sandwiches!

Giant thanks to Kathleen Sanderson for organizing and cooking a delicious dinner for all of us!

A giant thank you to Linda Williams who organized our tickets to the Boston Pops for the past two years - - already a favorite activity for the group!

Giant thanks to Dan Bartlett of Bartlett Farms for our shopping discount on their farm-grown produce and for giving us space to store our van out of the weather over the winter!

A giant thank you to Ed at Nantucket Emissions, who generously examined our van and helped it make it through one more summer.

Giant thanks to Dave Renner who brings us wood every year for our pit firing of our pottery!

Giant thanks to Susan Grey for supplying enthusiasm, costumes and a beach wheelchair!

Giant thanks to the Highway Department for beach wheelchairs, which make all the difference when it comes to getting some of us over the sand and to the water!

Giant thanks to the Lighthouse School for the loan of all of our chairs and tables this year!

We give giant thanks to Francis Dorris for her recruitment help this year!

 

We also heartily thank our kitchen cabinet, a group of talented and dedicated folk who help us all year long in creative planning and organizing. The group includes Jack and Mary Beth Weinhold, who also design and photograph for our brochure and publicity, Jacques and Joan Zimicki who are also our landlords and who help us with reduced rent and loads of energy and connections, and Peter Boynton, without whom we certainly wouldn't have found a way to continue camp for ten years and whose ways of helping have been too numerous to list!

For your entertainment, while you're waiting for the much-anticipated, soon-to-be-available link to the play from 2016, we offer this link to the filmed version of our play from 2015 - our musical version of Ghostbusters! Enjoy!