Camp Hollis: The Origins of Oswego County's Children's Camp

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On the shores of Lake Ontario, the fires of Camp Hollis have been burning brightly for sixty-two years, ever since Judge Eugene Sullivan opened the camp for the youth of Oswego County. This collection of nostalgic images from summers past takes readers back to the classic days of hiking, swimming and marshmallow roasting. Each grinning face, each moment of captured camaraderie tells the story of war m green days and starry nights, of cookouts, canoes and campfire songs. These photos are a glowing testimony to the success of Sullivan's vision, the profound impact on the lives of Oswego County youth and the power of role models who want to make a difference.
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ISBN: 9781596295827
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: New York
Series: Vintage Images
Images: 169
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Jim Farfaglia is the Senior Youth Services Specialist for Oswego County Parks and Recreation, with primary responsibility for Camp Hollis. He is also affiliated with the Oswego County Historical Society (which houses numerous Camp Hollis relics and photographs). Alysa Koloms was born in Chicago, Illinois, where she spent most of her childhood. She is a recent graduate of the State University of Oswego, with a degree in history. She is currently attending Hoffstra University.
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