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THE SPIRIT 2012


The Spirit Volume #6

Published once each year for the girls, leaders, and sta of

CAMP KINIYA

05446 COLCHESTER, VT


The 2012 Kiniya Leaders


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Editor Brendan Lefty Loughman

Chief Photographers Liz Longo, Meagan Oliver, Hanna McPheron Contributing Photographers Marnie McDonagh, Kat Hood, Glenn Patterson, Lefty, Drew Rider

Contents

Dedication 4

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Spiritual 40

Athletics

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Seniors 58

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Awards 71

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#21013 Sarah Bear McDonough When asked of the impact Sarah McDonough has had on our Kiniya community, most will quickly respond with “Who?” … When asked of the impact “Bear” has had on our Kiniya community, the list is endless and the recollections of ways in which our beloved #21013 Sarah “Bear” McDonough has touched our lives are bountiful!

Written By #20001Marnie McDonagh Dudley starting in 1963. That “Reunion Baton” has now been passed to Bill and Sally’s children and grandchildren to keep the torch alive and burning in one of Dudley’s strongest communities. So Bear comes to her love of Dudley and Kiniya naturally.

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It only takes one encounter with Bear to know that there is something special about her. She has that look in her eyes – the look of kindness and warmth - that even a perfect stranger would notice. For those of us who have had the fortune of spending more than just a moment, particularly those of us who have had the pleasure of sharing summers at Kiniya with Bear, we know exactly what it is! Bear is genuine. She is warm and loving, kind to every person she encounters. She is true to herself, intensely loyal, extremely level-headed, remarkably gifted, and somewhat mysterious - “where did that nickname come from?”…

Bear has a long and impressive Dudley-Kiniya connection. Her grandfather, #15,400 William Sword Sr., who did not attend Dudley but was a very proud “Dudley Dad”, served on the Dudley Board from 1963-68 and was the CDA Man of the Year in 2003. Bill and his wife Sally had two boys, #9655 Bill Jr. and #9969 Dick who attended camp in the ‘60’s, and two daughters, Sarah Lazarus and #13331 Mary “Molly” Sword McDonough. Bear’s Mom, Molly, was a “pioneer” in joining Willie Schmidt’s early women’s staff at Dudley in the 1980’s, and she and husband Pete are understandably proud of their Dudley son #18794 Tom, and their Kiniya daughter #21013 Sarah “Bear”. Bill Sword Sr., who passed away in 2005, and his wife Sally hosted the Princeton NJ area reunion for 4

Prior to her arrival at Kiniya, Bear attended Jeanne d’Arc in Merrill, NY for four summers. #18141 Fran Bisselle recalls, “What comes to mind most easily was Sarah’s joyful approach to camp life. She was in the Bluebird cabin one year - because I remember moving a piano to her cabin so that she could play everyday. What was clear early on is that Sarah was an amazing listener and a kind friend. She soulfully shared her gifts in a joyful way - not to showcase her talents but to bring happiness to others and create those “moments” by a fireside or watching sunsets/ stars that are imprinted on our beings as lovers of camp. Bear’s smile was always authentic, and girls older and younger loved her because of this magnetic joy. Even as a camper at Jeanne d’Arc, her musical abilities added to the carefree happiness that is camp”. In 2008, after her first year at Wesleyan College, Bear joined the Kiniya team as a Senior Division Leader. Within the first few days of camp, it was clear that Bear was going to make a strong contribution to Camp. However, we weren’t quite sure in what capacity this would come as Bear has excellent sailing skills, excitement for the outdoors, a passion for music and a natural ability to connect with girls of all ages. An avid sailor, passionate outdoors-woman and talented musician, the transition from Leader


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to staff in summer 2010 was a smooth one, allowing Sarah to continue her outstanding work with girls while focusing on skills development within program areas. Because of her leadership capabilities, Bear served as Tripping Director in 2010 and Waterfront Director in 2011. She successfully fulfilled her Department head responsibilities while also performing as Spiritual Music Director, supporting our weekly Chapel service and leading Hymn Sing.

our living room, to a project that #19628 D’Anne Hurd adopted and helped edit. True to Camp, the songwriting process turned into a community effort, and the song today is better for it. I hope that the lyrics speak for themselves; they sincerely express my feelings about Camp, but I also intended them to be universal enough to speak to anyone who has spent time on Kiniya’s shores. They do not capture everything that Camp is, but do speak to what is important: the water, the sunsets, the way our days come to a close, and most importantly, the girls, who held their Camp friends dear throughout the offseason and come home to Camp each summer.”

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Having visited Dudley for numerous parents’ day visits to see her brother Tom, Bear was no stranger to Hymn Sing. It was her years at Jeanne d’Arc as a camper and her first summer as a Leader at Kiniya, however, that gave her the confidence and the knowledge of how to “feminize” the hymn sing experience. She took our century plus Dudley tradition, honored its purpose, and then creatively allowed girls to shape it into something truly special. When Camp Dudley at Kiniya was created, it was a mix of Kiniya, Dudley and Jeanne d’Arc. Now, with Sarah’s contributions (and an understanding of what made a camp experience for girls magical) she contributed an important voice to the formation of a new culture. She clearly helped to make Camp Dudley at Kiniya a uniquely rich camping experience for girls AND an integral part of the Dudley family. As Hymn Sing Director, Bear knew there was one thing missing from the Kiniya experience… our very own Hymn! Bear reflects, “’Neath the Pines’ started out during my sophomore year at Wesleyan, on a night when I, quite simply, missed Camp. Since that night, it has evolved from a rough recording on my laptop, an unfinished work that my mom, #13331 Molly Sword McDonough, and I poured over in

With Bear at the helm of every Hymn Sing, Kiniya has truly developed a very unique sense of community. Every person who has come through the gates at Kiniya has benefitted from a Kiniya Hymn Sing and we are all so grateful to Bear for endless efforts towards providing the most wonderful Sundays in the world. Thank you, Bear, for your countless contributions to Camp, for your leadership of Hymn Sing and for your gift of song. We are eternally grateful to you! Editor’s note: Bear’s nickname comes from the rumor that she got lost and spent an overnight at the Build-A-Bear Factory when she was a little girl… Only she knows the truth behind the rumor …

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Leadership Development Director - Kat Hood

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Jean Stowell (Head Nurse) Kari McKinley

Mike “Mad Dog” D’Amico (Facilities Director) Angie “A-TRAIN” Hill Gomez “Good Stuff” Komjati Chobo “607” Shushlik Pete “Party Time” Nash

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Glenn Patterson (Arts Director) Olivia Thompson-Bessett, Salli Dixon, Sara Nelson, Meagan Oliver, Carly Kemp, SJ Service, Steph Wheel, Sarah McDonough Waterfront Julie Hoppmann (Waterfront Director) Megan Bradley, Alex Foster, Will Small, Emma Oliver, Anna Orlean-Buchanan, Carmen Satrustegui, Support Staff Gail Coleman (Food Service Director) Bernie Berenyl, Vivien Derzsi, Orsolya Kemenes, Anita Kristanova, Fanni Meszoly, Eszter Toth, Csilla Tovari 8


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Outdoors Kissy Rowley (Athletics Director) Phebe McKelvey, Linda McPheron, Etienne Mensah, Kelly Slater, Anna Henley

Riding Chris Chaplin (Head of Barn) Mo Sturrock (Head Instructor) Nimrod Bedo, Bethan Kemp, Jenny Scouler, Caroline Styles, Catie Wark, SJ Service

Tina Swanberg (Tripping Director) Izzy Meigs, Jake Rutter

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Tina Swanberg

I had a realization the other day. And through that realization I concluded that I may have accidentally lied to a couple of you. I have been saying and thinking until now, that I have never had the opportunity to go to a summer camp while I was a kid. I have been finding myself jealous that all of you are able to enjoy this unique opportunity to come to summer camp not only to enjoy life away from home for a couple of weeks, but to come and grow from girls into young adults. I was thinking all of this when in actuality; I did go to summer camp while I was a kid. But my experience was much different than yours. It was a brief week in Northern Minnesota when I spent my nights at a co-ed bible camp. To you it may seem silly that I forgot about this event in my life, but I am not surprised in the least, not only because of my poor memory, but mostly because bible camp could not pale in comparison to Kiniya. Why, you might ask. First off, there were boys around.. mehh. Second, the few activities that I remember included: timed 30-minute lake dips, making hand

crafted plastic lanyards, having various hourly meetings with our scripture study group, and the occasional store opening. We didn’t get horseback riding, water skiing, sailing, green mountain hiking, we didn’t have cabin suppers, music classes, Wednesday night shows, Saturday night shows, team majors, individual majors, Gail’s cooking, OR seven layer bars. We didn’t even have rest hour! And even though it was a religious camp and we sang many hymns and religious songs, none of it could trump our very own Hymn Sing with Bear. But beside all of those other things, most notably, this bible camp was missing the spirit and tradition that Camp Kiniya so magically encompasses.

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As many of you know, I spent last summer on the other side of the lake with our brother camp, Dudley. I knew absolutely no one and essentially dove headfirst into the entire experience. When I arrived everyone was throwing words around like “YOHA”, “cubbies and the plebe division”, referring to people like “Mayo”, “Yappy” and “Monkey-man” and asking me questions like “what’s your camp number?” Needless to say, I felt way in over my head, but went along with things because there was never a shortage of kind people and hilarious campers. But I couldn’t shake the thought that I would never catch onto the Dudley cheer, or memorize the final five during hymn sing. To be honest, it took awhile for me to actually “buy into the camp thing”. But one day, sometime near the end of first session, my entire summer took a turn for the better. I cannot pinpoint the exact reason, or even the exact moment, but it was sometime during a Quidditch extravaganza while I watched the campers run tirelessly in circles after their Aides (who were the snitch) to win the game. Somewhere in that odd moment I finally “got

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it”. I understood why people came back year after year. Why Dudley parents brought their own children to camp. I then proceeded to have the best summer of my life, enjoying irreplaceable company and diving into age-old traditions with the rest of the Dudley family. My experience at Kiniya so far has been nothing short of the amazing summer I had at Dudley. Of course it is different as you’re all female, but I have found that fact to “be ever in your favor.” The spirit and camaraderie that I feel from all of you girls is unlike that of the boy’s camp in many ways. With the boys, I never had people cheering “we are proud of you, say we are proud of you, go through” as we finished our final steps off of the trail from our overnight in the woods. I never had the opportunity to obnoxiously sing and dance to Father Abraham at dinner, only to have it stuck in my head every morning since. I never had the opportunity to run in the dark woods with a cowbell and the Bungalow girls during their overnight experience!

only wish I had heard of it sooner! I encourage all of you to make this summer at camp an unforgettable experience, and to carry that distinct Kiniya spirit with you the rest of camp. Especially those first timers like I was. If it hasn’t already, the spirit will sweep your off of your feet soon.

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Jean Stowell

When I was in Pinga, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo working with Doctors Without Borders this past year, I spent countless hours on the back of a motorbike traveling through unbelievable muddy and arduous paths in the jungle. I thought a lot during those rides - about the people I served there, who live under the umbrella of violence and and a level of chaos unimaginable to most of us. I thought about how lucky I was to work alongside some exceptional colleagues. I thought about reading “Heart of Darkness” in high school, a book about the mysterious, dangerous jungle of Congo, and how many twists and turns carried me to that very place twenty some years later – this year for the second time. I was barely even aware back then that Congo was a real place with real people. But sometimes, I thought, on those arduous trips, about camp, too….what I might want to say to you if I was standing here again some summer, giving a chapel talk. There are things I wish I knew, way back when I was 12 and 15 and 20…. struggling to find myself, like perhaps some of you are. I was often afraid to do

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anything that would make me stand out in a way that might make me look weird or uncool. I was nervous for a long time I wouldn’t do things exactly “right.” By choosing the wrong college, the wrong major, the wrong paths to choose…. because absolutely everyone knows the wrong major can completely wreck the rest of your life. Once, when I was 22, turning down an opportunity to be a nanny in Paris for an American family for a year because I thought it was more responsible to use my nursing degree. Plus, I’d just bought my first car and I didn’t speak a word of French. (Remember the French part. It will come up later, because nothing ever goes away until it teaches us what we need to know.)

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Sadly, we don’t get a chance to talk to our younger selves, which is somewhat unfortunate because it turns out…. you learn some cool stuff over the years. Some years ago, I read this sentence in a column – I no longer remember who wrote it, but it forever changed my perspective. “I am not usually aware that I am happy, but I often know I have been.” Do not let this happen. Never let a chance to truly notice when you are filled with joy. Just the act of noticing will make you more present in the moment. When you really pay attention like this, your heart might tell you something important. Joy like this may happen for you at strange and sporadic times. Sometimes, it will happen on the summit of a mountain or after a particularly difficult accomplishment. But it might simply be as you drive alone down the highway, a sky deep and cloudless blue, and with just the perfect song playing on the radio. These will be times when life feels like – just for a moment- like it’s all falling into place. Really notice this. Memorize this feeling, even if you forget the memory itself. Memories are strange, elusive things and some of the best ones fade a little bit over time. Some of the girls


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on my canoe trip this session might remember what I call “go to memories.” There are going to be times in your life, as I mentioned above, where everything is exactly as it should be, for whatever reason. Hopefully, you have had a moment or two like this at camp this summer. Take a snapshot of these moments with your heart. You will need them sometimes, these “go to” memories. You will need them to give you courage, to make you laugh, to give you strength to make leaps of faith. Before standing up here this morning, because public speaking is one of my least favorite things on earth, I reminded myself of a speech I gave to our staff in Congo just a couple of months ago at my going away party… in somewhat imperfect but very heartfelt French! I have a container of cool rocks at home; I have picked them up around the US and the rest of the world over many years. This is a piece of volcanic rock from the piste in Pinga, to be added it into the mix next week. In that bowl is one from Kiniya’s beach as well… sometimes it surprises me I can’t remember anymore exactly where each one came from. When I look into that bowl, I am overwhelmed with how many irreplaceable experiences are contained in those memories even though I can’t always identify them in a linear way. I wish this for you too, as you remember your summer at here at camp: that it be a jumble of laughter and challenges and pride and love and trust. I’m going to charge you with a couple of challenges this year. Say yes to at least one invitation to do a thing that scare you because it is unfamiliar. Say no to something too, if they don’t feel right at the time. There is nothing wrong with wanting to be alone. In fact, being comfortable being alone is an important life skill. You will, over time, figure out this balance if you listen to your

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heart. Practice, saying yes to yourself. The second thing I encourage you to do is to make a list of things you want to do… a so called “bucket lists”. Some of you have already started these, and I absolutely love hearing your ideas! Maybe yours will be 20 before 20, 30 before 30, even 100 things before 100. Dream big when you do this – but think close to home too. Among things on my current list are ice climb in the Canadian Rockies, learn to make sourdough bread, teach my nephew to ski, and write a thank you letter to a high school teacher who inspired me. Look at your list over the years from time to time and make changes if you want to. There are no penalties for not finishing but you will be amazed at what happens when you put your intentions on paper! I assure you… when I wrote this list several years ago, I had absolutely no idea that I would be leaving for India in late October, to work for the next nine months. Number nineteen: go to India…. check. You will probably forget all of this right after breakfast. Maybe you should. The hardest, hugest, most beautiful work for each of us is to make our own way in the world, and this involves making our own choices, our own mistakes. So let me simply make a promise, one that I am absolutely positive is true for each one of you, and maybe even still for me. The best things you’re ever going to do… you haven’t even dreamed of yet. As we prepare to part ways again tomorrow am confident every one of you will go back home and do well. But what I hope is that each of us will also go out into the world and do good, too.

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1. Zoe McPheron (A) 2. Mia Jager (AL) 3. Mary Piazza 4. Catie Flynn 5. Maggie Jenkins 6. Lila Childs 7. Caroline Johnson 8. Sydney Zoehrer 9. Sidney Norman 10. Chanel Filipowitz 11. Jacqueline McKeown 12. Jenny Loomis 1

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Leader: Kate Seibold Colby ‘16

1. Skylar Spore

2. Marjorie Long

3. Katie O’Sullivan (JL) 4. Kate Seibold

5. Libbie Warner (A)

6. Charlotte Wertimer 7. Margaret Griffin 8. Libby O’Hara 9. Katie Most 10. Lauren Carlson 11. Ellie Whelan 12. Molly Small 1 64

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13. Allison Schaum


The Spirit

1. Shannon Bartlett (A) 2. Katie Grabowy 3. Katie Muccia 4. Hannah Williams 5. Gretchen Willmuth 6. Amanda Perry 7. Courtney Granfors (AL) 8. Ali Ulin 9. Victoria Smith-Parker 10. Gege Pflager 11. Page Freeman 12. Ellie Storey 13. Abby Wiseman

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Leader: Katie Grabowy, Beate Nolte (2nd) University of South Carolina ‘15, Ostfalia University ‘13 1. Annabelle Chace (A)

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Schmidt

2. Kaelyn Gurka

3. Charlotte Hutchinson

4. Hollin Hanau

5. Maddie Johnston

6. Ibby Maruca 7. Emily Morris (AL) 8. Beate Nolte (L) 9. Emily Mahland 10. Bebe Totman 11. Ali Ulin 12. Olivia Ferraro 13. Gretchen Willmuth Katie Grabowy* (L)

*Not Pictured

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1. Dolan Wells Gallagher (JL) 2. Kate McCormick (L) 3. Jessie Williams 4. Alex Katz 5. Emma White 6. Kat Mitchell 7. Megan O’Neill (L) 8. Mackenzie Timbel (A) 9. Ashleigh Henderson 10. Sam Dowd 11. Charlie Clark 12. Mango Smith 2

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13. Claire Dimitri 14. Cassie Boylan

Leader: Kate McCormick, Megan O’Neill Cornell ‘16, Florida International University ‘16 1. Myme Ross

2. Victoria Castellano-Wood 3. Sarah Shmerler

4. Katherine Queally 5. Patrice Stevenson 6. Sarah Raymond 7. Cece Moyle 8. Mary Interdonati 9. Morgan Rice 10. Rebecca Crowe 11. Vera Reinicke

12.Megan McSherry (A) 6 66

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13. Megan O’Neill (L) 14. Betsy Barrows (JL)


The Spirit

1. Paige Johnson 2. Liz Barnes 3. Lexy Powell 4. Caroline Rogers 5. Kendall Sawyer (AL) 6. Giulia Campana (L) 7. Sarah Perry 8. Emma Yost 9. Ally Perrin 10. Tori Ulin 11. Erykah Murray 12. Maisie McGlynn 13. Melinda Edie

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Leader: Giulia Campana (1st) Kate McCormick (2nd) Rice University ‘16, Cornell ‘16 1. Maggie Dolan 2. Eva Hoffman

3. Elsie Goodfellow

4. Ella Tessier-Lavigne 5. Sarah Most

6. Michaela Cronin 7. Eva Wertimer 8. Zaidee Laughlin 9. Alaina Cohen 10. Tori Ulin 11. Sarah Perry 12. Courtney Granfors (AL) 13. Kate McCormick (L) 14. Michelle Dimitri (A)

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1. Kelsey Goodwin(L) 2. Chandler Ryan 3. Emma Griffin 4. Katie Sanderson 5. Paige Scanlan 6. Helena Carroll 7. Celia Garrett 8. Elena Licursi (AL)

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KINIYA Upper Loft

Leader: Kelsey Goodwin Wheaton ‘16

1. Kelsey Goodwin (L) 2. Freya Nademann 3. Pippa Kula

4. Emma Griffin 5. Gilly McLean

6. Kristin Helber 7. Sarah Rider (JL) Morgan Johnston* *Not Pictured

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3 WEEK

AWARDS

Junior Emblem

Junior Pin

#22307 Sophie Scola #22286 Maggie Jenkins #22696 Emma Putney #22315 Abbey Thomas

#22306 Bella Scola #22312 Georgia Swank

THE

Senior Star #21815 Molly Lazarus # 21303 Ellie Whelan #21569 Brigid Dolan #21773 Mia Seibold #20927 Brooke Deane #22651 Sophia Brusco #20964 Amanda Perry #21204 Ellie Storey #21761 Page Freeman #22351 Caroline Carlton #22620 Sammy Clark

6 Week Senior Star

The Spirit

Senior Flag #21669 Maggie Dolan #22320 Emma White #21049 Eva Wertimer #21760 Kat Mitchell #21265 Emma Yost #21384 Erykah Murray #20884 Celia Garrett #22088 Chandler Ryan

Senior Flag

#20227 Margaret Griffin #20027 Emma Griffin

OTHER

FELLOW

FIRST

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1st Session Kiwis Katie Bowley Haley Bruno Ann Butler Tori Dew Lina Koschik Maddie Kutler Jenny Loomis Jacqueline McKeown Erykah Murray Kate O Keee

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KIWI

Anika Rabenhorst Madeline Raynor Katie Sanderson Kendall Sawyer Emma Spinale Ellie Storey Catie Wark Hannah Williams Emma Yost

2nd Session Kiwis Nick Ansell* Emily Aysseh Isabella Carr Lara Cazemajou Merritt Davie Sarah Evenson Kaelyn Gurka Charlotte Hutchinson Riley Mahoney Megan McSherry Emily Morris Katie Most Sarah Most Sammi Muther* Glenn Patterson* Mei Pike Katherine Queally Sarah Rider Bridget Ring India Roebuck Myme Ross Hadley Sager*

Allison Schaum Ellie Schwoebel Abby Sowa Grace Totman Ali Ulin* Stephanie Wheel* Ellie Whelan Gretchen Willmuth* Rebecca Wojciechowicz* Caroline Young *Full Season


NIGHT

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KIWI NIGHT

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The Spirit

ATHLETICS

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GALLERY

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Gallery

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Gallery ATHLETICS

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ATHLETICS

KINIYA

The Spirit

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The Spirit 2012  

The Spirit 2012 Edited By #15877 Brendan "Lefty" Loughman

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