There was archery, boating, candle-making and canoeing. The camp tour, lead by Bruce Spoelman, highlighted the Eddie Boersema Education and Activity Center, a new boardwalk connecting Wildwood Chapel to the Lodge, an upgraded camp entrance road and a new paved path in front of the three new cabins, making two of the three ADA accessible.
After lunch was the dedication ceremony for the three new beach cabins. Representatives from the Y’s club, as well as Bill and Muriel Tuggle were there to cut the ribbons on the cabins they helped support. The Stewart’s were unable to attend, but our oldest alumni Bill Paulson (a camper in the 30’s and staff member in the 40’s) was there to cut the ribbon for the third cabin.
Photos from Pendalouan Day 2016:
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