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Focus on History: Adirondack boys camp was popular

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Camp Agaming in the Adirondacks played a special role in the upbringing of boys who went on to be the men of the “greatest generation.” The Fulton County YMCA on Harrison Street in Johnstown still calls its summer day program Camp Agaming in tribute to the residential summer camp of days gone by. Said to be an Indian word for “along the shore,” Agaming (pronounced agh-uh-ming) was located on the north shore of Lake Pleasant ...


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