A New Home for the Casoni Museum!

After working very closely with the Old Colony Council, the CSAA has received permission to move back into Copp Cabin, the building that originally housed the Casoni Museum. Curator Paul Chapin has done a truly remarkable job getting the museum up and running for the camp season. The displays are very impressive and definitely worth the trip.

Bringing the Casoni Museum back was a key project for the CSAA because it offers young Scouts an opportunity to look back with pride on the legacy of their camp. It is also a monument to the dedication of those people who served Camp Squanto and Camp Child so generously in years past. If you are interested in seeing the museum yourself or bringing your troop down, contact Arnie Briggs or Paul Chapin to find out when it will be open.

 

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