Echo Hill sends Weintraub into retirement with 'Penny Day'

Penny Weintraub, retiring after 48 years with Echo Hill Camp, receives an end of session award from camp Director Katie Rice Moulsdale on “Penny Day,” Aug. 10.

STILL POND — For some it was just a regular summer day, but for the campers, counselors, staff and administrators at Echo Hill Camp, Aug. 10 was “Penny Day.”

After 48 years, Penny Weintraub, one of the camp’s associate directors, decided to retire.

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