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Stay in touch with everything going on at Copper Cannon with the latest newsletters, available online.
The Cannonball is Copper Cannon’s camper-friendly newsletter designed to keep campers in the loop throughout the year, not just during the summer. But even though the Cannonball is geared toward campers, everyone from parents to donors to alumni love to check in with the newsletter to see what’s happening at their camp.
Cannonball Holiday 2013 – Check out the latest holiday edition of the newsletter for the latest pics and stories in an easy-to-read format.
Cannonball March-April 2013 – Meet some of the new staff members that are coming to camp this summer, and hear from returning staff about what they are looking forward to most!
Cannonball – Jan & Feb 2012 – This edition of the Cannonball features information on the upcoming 41st annual auction, camper and staff applications available on our site, and more!
Cannonball – Nov & Dec 2012 – Find out what your favorite counselors are up to, check out a picture of a renovation going on at camp, and find out what fun things are going on with Copper Cannon’s Facebook page!
Cannonball – Sept 2012 – Get the scoop on the most popular activity at camp this summer and find out where the international staff traveled in America before heading back home!
The Powder Keg is a Copper Cannon newsletter designed to keep donors and volunteers up-to-date on everything their generosity is doing at Copper Cannon Camp. The camp finished its 52nd summer thanks in very large part to these generous people, and we would like to keep everyone in the loop on all the developments and exciting new events at camp.
Powder Keg – Fall 2015 -Another wonderful summer! This issue contains poems written by summer staff and campers. Of course there is great information about what is happening at Copper Cannon.
Powder Keg – Fall 2014 -Find out what happened during the summer of 2014, how many children were served and the impact Copper Cannon had on them. Read about the ribbon cutting on Copper Cannon’s new dining hall!
Powder Keg – February 2013 – Hear about junior counselor Chris Cox’s experience from his early days as a camper all the way to today, and see the plans for Copper Cannon’s new, state-of-the-art dining hall!
Powder Keg – Fall 2012 – Learn more about the Ranger program and how it impacts New Hampshire teens as well as updates from Pete and Grant!
Check back throughout the year for the latest editions of both of Copper Cannon Camp’s newsletters!