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About the Camp Cachalot Alumni Association

The Camp Cachalot Alumni Association is a not-for-profit organization by and for the extended family of Cachalot Scout Reservation, Plymouth, Massachusetts. It is dedicated to preserving the history, traditions, and continued operation of "the place we know so well…"

The Association was founded in 2004 after several years of planning, with the express purpose of providing support for the camping facilities of Narragansett Council, BSA, especially Camp Cachalot. It operates under the auspices of the Narragansett Council. For more information about the structure and operation of the Association, please consult our bylaws.

Our primary purpose is to benefit the camping facilities of the Narragansett Council; specifically, Camp Cachalot. We provide support in many ways, including:

  • bringing the extended Cachalot family together for fun and fellowship, and to share the traditions of Cachalot
  • recording and preserving the history of Camp Cachalot and the Councils and Camps that came before it, including
    • Camp Noquochoke
    • Moby Dick Council
    • Cachalot Council/New Bedford Area Council
    • Massasoit Council/Fall River Area Council
  • providing scholarships to senior summer camp staff members to help maintain continuity in the program
  • establishing an endowment to provide support for Cachalot in the years to come
  • providing volunteer manpower for projects at Camp

Membership in the Association is open to any individual who has visited or has otherwise been involved with Camp Cachalot or any of the predecessor camps or Councils. More information about membership can be found on our membership pages on this web site.

About cachalotalumni.org

cachalotalumni.org is designed and maintained by Dennis J. Wilkinson, II, with its content provided by numerous volunteers and other individuals who have allowed us to borrow from their photographic and memorabilia collections (or who have simply allowed us to pick their brains for a while!)

All of the information on this site that is copyrighted by the Camp Cachalot Alumni Association, with some exceptions. Many of the photographic images on this site were taken by private individuals who have generously allowed us to use them, however we do not retain the copyright on these images.

This web site is not an official web site of the Narragansett Council or of the Boy Scouts of America. Many of our links lead to other web sites; we are not responsible for the content of those sites, although we try very hard to ensure that they are compatible with our purposes.

Please read our privacy policy.

This web site is developed principally on a Macintosh, and is designed to run in modern web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6, Opera, etc. It takes advantage of Cascading Style Sheets, XHTML, and JavaScript, and attempts to avoid using too much content that requires exotic plug-ins. It does contain some content requiring Adobe Acrobat Reader (or some other PDF viewer) and Apple QuickTime (or some other application capable of displaying MPEG video and MP3 audio.) We recommend a screen resolution of at least 1024x768. If you experience any problems with this web site (rendering problems, broken links, misspellings, et cetera) please contact our webmaster at webmaestro@cachalotalumni.org. Please remember that all of the maintenance of this website is on a volunteer basis, so we may not be able to respond to every issue.

cachalotalumni.org is indebted to several open-source projects that power various portions of our web site. Our forums are powered by phpBB, our calendar by phpiCalendar, and portions of our main page utilize phpBBFetchAll. We have slightly modified the code and/or developed themes for these packages to suit our needs; other webmasters who are interested in our changes should contact webmaestro@cachalotalumni.org. We're more than happy to share.

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This page was last modified on Wed Nov 29th 2006.

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