This past Saturday was Pendalouan Day on the shores of Big Blue Lake.
A group of over 60 individuals, made up of alumni, donors, campers, counselors and friends, joined us for a day of celebrating camp.
Although it was a little rainy, it didn’t stop us from enjoying activities, alumni presentations and dedications:
- Adopt-A-Cabin initiative was honored (more information below)
- Wildwood Walkway was dedicated to Arconic and Stearns family.
- The totem pole was rededicated and 10 new pavilion skylights added in honor of Jeremy Skinner.
- A legacy presentation of giving 5% was done by the Community Foundation of Muskegon
- We raised $455 towards ‘Paddles for Pendalouan’ (canoe lovers, get excited)!
- The day ended with a group picture and a Pendy songfest in Nikana Lodge.
Adopt-A-Cabin: Each adoptee made a three year, $2,000 per year commitment to the cabin they chose. A special thanks to John Workman! He not only helped gather adoptees, but donated generously to bring each of the cabins up to shape.
Thank you to the Pendalouan Committee and our wonderful Cabin Sponsors:
Here are some photos from Pendalouan Day 2017:
Thank you to all who came out this Pendalouan Day, we couldn’t do it without you. Hail Pendalouan!