During the Camp Howland Lake building process, it’s been so wonderful to connect to volunteers and campers from Camp Wesceneaskin, the original camp that was on the property. Last week, received a visit from Richard Bradley, whose parents were involved in building the camp up to around 1963. His dad painted all of his tools red when the work weekend was over so he could easily distinguish his tools from the rest. Richard generously dropped off a red pitch fork for the Camp that was used back in the day. He also shared the program from the ceremony that opened the camp in 1957.
Thank you so much, Richard – it was great to meet you and hear more about the legacy of Camp Wesceneaskin!