"'Fulfilling Paul Newman's Dream' captures an essential part of the history of The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp.  Doc not only gave Camp the credibility that was crucial in establishing our success, but also as providing the medical treatment of our campers.  He also established the remarkable artistic endeavor of capturing the story and spirit of those early summers in the form of totem poles that Paul Newman loved."  --Ray Lamontagne, Chair of Camp Board of Directors and a Camp Founder





Read "Fulfilling Paul Newman's Dream" and learn how Camp got its name and how it all began...







...how laughter helps with emotional healing, who the Big Apple Circus clowns are, and how they became involved with Camp.



Find out why Doc carved nine totem poles with legends to go with them and what each totem means.


































(Totem pole photo © Matthew Pearson; other three photos on this page courtesy of The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp)