A Camp Story: The History of Lake of the Woods & Greenwoods Camps

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Overview
Who could have foreseen the impact of opening a summer camp in southwestern Michigan? Certainly not Louis and Florence Greenberg way back in 1935. Today, nearly 80 years later, people from around the world consider their summers spent at Lake of the Woods and Greenwoods Camps the very best time of their lives. A Camp Story is the tale of a legacy left by an orphan. It's a story of boys and girls in bathing suits and bug spray as they sail about, sneak out, fall in love, and find themselves, summer after summer. A Camp Story is a poignant and hilarious account about the ultimate camp experience how it touches so many people, how it continues to shape so many lives.
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ISBN: 9781609493455
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: Michigan
Series: Landmarks
Images: 61
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
David Himmel is an author, essayist, playwright and editor. A former radio personality in Las Vegas, he currently serves as the principal of the creative firm Himmel, Ink., as well as the managing editor of Chicago Health magazine. David has received awards for his stage and film productions, and his work is featured in national and regional magazines. He spent ten summers at Greenwoods Camp as a camper and counselor. He remains an avid sailor. David lives in Chicago. Visit his website at himmelink.com.
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