The Worcester Section is developing another camp. This camp is located in Holden, Mass. It has a long-term mortgage of $900. Joseph H. Frappier for the Trustees reported that quite a bit of work had been done at the camp: cleaning up around the grounds, drying out the cellar, cleaning out the bar, installing a new pump at the well, etc. We regretfully leave Camp Cobb not later than May 1 next, at which time it is hoped that enough interest will have been aroused to build an addition to the camp in which to hold our activities in comfort. [LT News, Feb. 1948]

The section feted their past presidents at camp one Sunday in April. 75 members past and present gathered to honor the leaders of the Club. A social hour and hike preceded a covered-dish supper after which movies of club activities were shown. Each president who attended gave one or two highlights of his reign. Inside the camp there is a border of small wooden pine trees around the top of the walls. A tree for every year with the president’s name inscribed upon it [LT News, Aug. 1953]