Campership were given from the family of Raymond and Janet Dann. Ellen Faigle was the first winner.
Tennis added. Two campers win the Dann Campership.
Biking, backpacking, and canoeing High Adventure trips are led by Jack Mallory. His wife, Jackie Mallory was the camp program director this year. Fee is raised to $50 per week.
There are now 25 classes. Dramatics, needlepoint, gymnastics, and biking are the new ones.
Fee is raised to $60 per week.
Four weeks, $65 per week.
Ruth Jones retires from being our waterfront director after 20+ years.
$5000 donated to the camp for camperships. Scott Oles, Camp Director, Jim Rice, Camp Administrator. Five weeks
Campers made homemade kites in crafts class and plans for a new dining hall are underway.
John Lennox passes away, leaving his estate to the camp. Farm children can attend camp for half price due to Mr. Lennox's generosity. Four memorial camperships were offered to campers.
The present day dining hall is built by students from SUNY Delhi.
Lennox fund allows farm children to come to camp for free. Six weeks.
Bicycle trip to Montreal, Canada offered for campers. Many international counselors worked at camp.
Mark Finney, Camp director. 26 classes are now offered. The fee becomes $100 per week.
New pool is built. Dining hall is heated.
Astronomy added as a class.
Bike trip to Hudson. Pete Naples, Camp director
Bike trip to Bar Harbor Maine. George Morgan, Jr. Camp Director. $140 per week
Bike trip to Quebec, Canada. History Mystery class to celebrate Delaware County's bicentennial.
Bike trip from Niagara Falls to Delhi. $150 per week
Advanced backpacking class offered for older campers. Patti Hoyt, Camp director
Walter B. Gladstone Science Center is built. Woodworking and a backpacking class for younger campers are added as classes.
New archery range opens. $160 per week. 2001 Camp's 75th anniversary! 2002 New ropes course is completed. Menu is changed. Ford Hall built which houses the nurse's station, staff lounge, and housing for staff; Diane Oles Director.
Wind Storm on July 21 which closed camp for the remainder of the week while repairs made; Camp fee increased to increased to $180 for Delaware County residents.
Jim Rice retired as Camp Administrator; the Staff Annex was built and John Hannum was hired as the new Camp Administrator