A popular New Hampshire summer camp shut down prematurely this year due to “staffing and food issues.” Camp Quinebarge, which has been operating since 1936, boasts swimming, rustic cabins, archery, tennis and hiking, and comes with a price of $3,400 for just two weeks. After a summer off due to COVID-19, it closed down again just six days after opening. Counselors who spoke to Inside Edition say the problems included meals served on dirty dishes, a food shortage and not enough trained counselors.
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