by Duluth News Tribune
July 4, 2010 at 5:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
The longtime director of Camp Esquagama is retiring this year. Continue Reading
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Lets hope that this camp will continue to operate. Even in this day of the P C movement, which is bent on turning so many things up-side-down!
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I pray this camp will continue to serve all the area children as it’s done in the past.
Some of my best childhood memories revolve around my time at the 4-H camp and I’m almost 60 years old now.
Our kids really need things like this, probably more now than ever.
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My brother and I went to this summer camp for many years as kids in the 60′s. If I remember right it was through First Presbyterian church. I remember the grand lodge where we would have our meals and do other activities. I always had such a good time. I hope it stays running for another 75 yrs. Good luck!
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