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Folsom School 3-4 Faces and Places Website

The students in Dr. Robinson's 3-4 Team, along with their library media specialist, Mrs. Sharon Hayes, have created a website all about South Hero history after interviewing townsfolk. Click here to learn about some buildings in town and the famous families that lived there in the past.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Edna Viens and Iodine Springs

Sept. 5, 2014 at 7:00 at Folsom Educational Center--Iodine Springs restaurant from 1930s-1970s when it was run by Edna and Noel Viens. A wonderful night was had by all. Edna, her sons Larry and Frank, told stories of their life at that time as well as some history of this historical landmark in South Hero history.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Camp Hochelega: Past and Present

On August 1, 2014 we were privileged to a program on Camp Hochelega by present board members, Deb Jorschich and Sandy Valine. Camp Hochelega is an all girls summer camp located on Lake Champlain in South hero, VT. Day and residential activities include archery, tennis, sailing, nature and leadership programs, land and water sports and camp traditions. The program focuses on building girls' capacity for growth, leadership and power through fun, safe, age-appropriate activities in a beautiful setting.

Friday, June 27, 2014

South Hero Historical Society Program-”Eagle Camp”--7 pm, Fri., July 11, 2014--Folsom School

South Hero Historical Society Program-”Eagle Camp”--7 pm, Fri., July 11, 2014--Folsom School Do you think you know anyone in these pictures of Eagle Camp youngsters? The South Hero Historical Society’s monthly program was about Eagle Camp, a family camp which has been in South Hero for 124 years. Our presenter was William Drury whose great-grandfather started Eagle Camp and whose parents, Robert and Alice Drury, served as managers while Bill was growing up in South Hero. He talked about the origins of Eagle Camp and his recollections of times past. Eagle Camp has been managed by members of the Perry family for its entire existence except for a six-year period in the early 70s. Many people here in the Islands worked at Camp waiting tables, changing beds, and making the place run smoothly for vacationing families. Some of those families ended up living in the Islands.