North Shore Holiday House celebrates 100 years

Karen Caldas, left, and Kathy Flanagan, volunteers and
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Karen Caldas, left, and Kathy Flanagan, volunteers and vice presidents of the camp, move beds to a cabin to prepare North Shore Holiday House for the upcoming summer camp season, Tuesday, June 24, 2014. (Credit: Steve Pfost)

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North Shore Holiday House, a charitable dream of August Heckscher, the capitalist and philanthropist who donated a residence on Main Street Huntington for its operations, is celebrating its centenary. The organization runs a free summer camp program for girls ages 7-11 who come from at-risk homes on Long Island.

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