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See how much (or how little!) Tosebo has changed over the years:

The Clubhouse Fireplace

The fireplace in the Clubhouse is the centerpiece of a room that has barely changed from 60 years ago.  The motto painted on the mantel is a constant reminder of the philosophy of Tosebo’s founder, Noble Hill.  That motto, “There is Nothing so Kingly as Kindness” is from a poem “Nobility” by Alice Cary (1820-1871).

After a long day enjoying the waters or the woods of Camp Tosebo, there’s nothing like gathering in the Clubhouse to enjoy a blazing fire with friends and family.  With the game room on one side for children to try board games or puzzles, and the library on the other side with room to curl up with a good book, the words on the mantel still ring true.

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