The boathouse was completed for the summer of 2008.
Funds were raised by the Key Foundation
to build the Andrew Curry Green Boat House at Wah-tut-ca Scout
Reservation in Northwood, New Hampshire. Wah-tut-ca is a beautiful
summer camp run by the Boy Scouts of America, and a place
where Andrew and many of his friends had a lot of fun in the
summers of their teenage years.
Shannon, Andrew's widow, is thrilled with the Boat House
plans. "How appropriate, given Andrew's take on life,
that a memorial to him be a living thing - a Boat House that
Scouts and leaders will use, live in and care for well into
the future. It's kind of like Andrew is still participating
in peoples' lives. I'm deeply moved and thankful that the
Key Foundation is creating such a positive and lasting tribute
to Andrew's memory. He'd be delighted!"
Thank you for supporting "The Andrew Curry Green Boathouse"
which is completed and was dedicated to Andrew on August 2, 2008.
You can still contribute directly to the Key Foundation General Fund or
specify a donation to the Andrew Curry Green Lake Swim.
The building is 28X50 for a 1400 Square foot
- 11,000 cubic feet of basement storage with overhead door
access. This storage area turns into a workshop for boat
repair during the season with power and lighting.
- 455 square feet of staff quarters for 6 bunks to sleep
12 and a separate entrance. This is in excess of the National
Camp Standard of 30 Sq. feet per camper/staff member.
- 1600 square feet of well lit interior space on the main
floor for program use.
- 400 square feet of exterior decking for program use.
- 4200 cubic feet of light storage space in the attic.
- 100 AMP service for tools and equipment.
- Footprint maximizes available space while fitting into
- Basement ventilation
- The design features an engineered floor and roof system
that allows for clear span construction. Without the need
for interior bearing walls we have maximum flexibility as
the needs of camp and the requirements of the building change.