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Camp WINTER 2004 VOL. 18—NO. 1 19708 CAMP WINNEBAGO ROAD CALEDONIA, MN 55921-9706 PHONE 1-507- 724-2351 Winnebago Friendship Wagon Train Rides Again... Once again, the Friendship Wagon Train saddled up heartfelt thank you goes out to John & Monica, and the and headed out for Camp Winnebago. This year the ride many other volunteers who dedicate their time and effort. started on June 18th in Hastings then onto Cannons Falls, Your help allows us to keep putting smiles on our Randolph, Northfield, Faribault, Medford, Owatonna, campers’ faces year after year. Claremont, Dodge Center and their final stop was in Kasson on June 25th. The Friendship Wagon Train raised over 32 thousand New Executive Director dollars for Camp Winnebago, which was used to help My name is Theresa Burroughs and I am the new campers attend camp. The cost to send a camper to camp Executive Director for Camp Winnebago. Some of you is $850.00/week, and since most campers cannot afford may recognize my name, since I have been here for that amount, we charge a minimum payment of $410.00; almost five years now. I this leaves camp with a huge deficit in which The started, as Administrative Friendship Wagon Train helps shorten immensely. Assistant is 2000. I was On behalf of the Camp Winnebago Board of Directors, promoted to Executive Executive Director, Staff, and the campers we serve, a big Director in August of 2004. I would like to tell you a little about myself. I grew up just 2 miles from Camp Winnebago my family and I used to come down to camp for picnics. I am Theresa Burroughs happily married to my husband Tom of fifteen years and we have a daughter Amanda who is thirteen. My husband is a self-employed heavy equipment mechanic who works out of his shop on the Burroughs family farm. I am very dedicated to Camp Winnebago and the clients we serve. I look forward to working with all the 5M1 Lions, our great staff, and the many other people who help put a smile on our campers’ faces year after year. Working on the Pond...story and photo inside on page 5. Farewell Leon Feil.. This past September we said farewell to one of our Board Members Leon Feil. Leon started out with Camp What’s Inside Winnebago in 1994 as our Lions Liaison, and became a • Board of Directors Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 2 board member in 1997. • 2004 Summer Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 3 On behalf of the Camp Winnebago Board of • Third Annual Sleigh Rides . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 4 Directors and myself I would like to say thanks Leon for • Camp Wish List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 5 all your hard work and dedication you have given camp • Donations/Camperships/Memorials . . . . .Page 6–7 throughout the years. Remember Camp Winnebago during this giving time of the year! Winter 2004—Page 1 ≈ Board of Directors Profiles ≈ for a walk in the woods and go bird watching. Richard President Richard Shields puts in a vegetable garden and Barbara puts in a flower Richard Shields became President of the Camp garden. They like to travel and have taken a recent trip to Winnebago Board in October of 2003. Richard has served London and Paris. Richard is a member of Westfield Golf on the Board for four years and has been vice-president for Course and likes to play as much as he can get by with. In the last two years. Danning Bloom who is a winter, ice fishing is the only activity that fellow member of Sunset Lions Club of can get one out of the house. Winona recruited him for the board. During “Being involved with Sunset Lions Club that four-year term, Camp Winnebago has and serving on the Camp Winnebago Board undergone a tremendous change. The budget has brought a lot of satisfaction to me.” went from running a deficit each year to a Camp Winnebago has been a leader for the surplus and a new building was planned and past 35 years in being an advocate for the built. developmentally disabled. I have been Richard is a professor and chairperson of especially pleased to see the new building the Physics Department at Winona State going up. The new building is a symbol of University. He has served on the Winona the good work of lots of people who believe Youth Soccer Board, and was President of the Richard Shields in the mission of Camp Winnebago. The Friends of Education for the referendum for a good will that has been generated in the new middle school in Winona. Richard has also served as community by past and present board members and President of Winona Sunset Lions Club. employees is paying off in getting support for the new He is married to Barbara Shields, and has three building. I am proud of the small part I have played in children. Sarah Shields is a graduate student in Chemistry getting the new building. Volunteering for Camp at the University of Iowa. Gary Shields is a physical Winnebago has benefited me more than Camp Winnebago science teacher at Winona Senior High School, and has benefited. Where else would I get the opportunity to Amanda Shields is a sophomore Geoscience’s major at play the mad scientist for Halloween or Santa Claus for Winona State University. The family dogs are a cocker Christmas? spaniel name “Buddy” and an English Cocker Spaniel Thank you Richard for all that you have done for Camp named “Rufus” who is just 7 weeks old. Winnebago, and we look forward to working with you in In spring, Richard and Barbara like to take their dogs the future. Vice President Al Fravert cross-country skiing, snow shoeing and ice fishing. His favorite spring/summer activities include turkey hunting, Al and his wife Randi live in Plainview MN with their fishing, 4-wheeling, and camping with their fifth wheel dog Minnie. Al and Randi have 5 children trailer. and 11 grandchildren who all live in MN. Al works for Haley Comfort Systems as a Al is chair of the Camp Winnebago HWAC Tech and is President of the building committee, has overseen, and Plainview Lions Club. His Wife Randi is also planned the work project of our new multi- Secretary of that club. Al & Randi are purpose building. When asked what the best members of the Good Shepherd Lutheran thing that sticks out in his mind about being a Church of Plainview-Elgin. board member of Camp Winnebago he said “Being a Board Member at Camp Winnebago Al is the Vice District Governor for has been one of the most rewarding things I District 5M1 and will be the Governor for have done. When you open your hands to 2005-2006. give to others, your opening yourself up to Al was the Lions Liaison for Camp Al Fravert receive the gifts God has to give to you.” Winnebago from 1999-2002. He joined as a Thank you Al for all the hard work you do board member in 2002, and now is the Vice President. for us, and we look forward to working with you in the Al’s fall/winter activities include fishing, hunting, future. Remember Camp Winnebago during this giving time of the year! Winter 2004—Page 2 Camp Winnebago Summer Review of 2004 Mike Livrance, Summer Program Director 2004 “Camp Week” to start things off nice and easy for The summer of 2004 started for the Program Leaders everyone. Week 2 is always busy with the Friendship and Cabin Leaders on June 3, and lasted until the fourth. Wagon Train put on by some wonderful people. The The leaders did inventory and got their areas ready to go Wagon Train raises a lot of money for camp. The theme for the summer. The rest of the staff all arrived on June 7 for that week was “Western Week”. We had a photo shoot; and did training until the 11th. Most of the training was the campers got dressed up as cowboys and cowgirls. for personal care, lifts and transfers, emergency At night, we have an Evening Program, which lasts procedures, and kitchen procedures. from 45 minutes to an hour and a half. We have people We learned all about snakes with a first hand look at from all over come in and do a program per week. One real rattle snake. I cannot forget about learning all the new person I would like to recognize is Dale Horn he calls our and old camp songs. We finished the training week with a square dances, and has done so for many years. We at mock day, with about 15 campers showing up with their Camp Winnebago would like to say thank you to Dale and staff. Camp staff had a chance to learn what it is really like look forward to seeing him next year. I would like to working at Camp Winnebago. thank everybody who came out to camp this past summer. Our first actual camp week started on June 14, we had The staff and campers were great and hope to see all of themes for every week. The first week was simply called them back next summer. We have programs that run through the day as well. Camp has 5 different programs, we have Music, Nature and Tenting, Swimming, Arts & Crafts, and Sports. All programs had great leaders and programs for our campers. I think that Swimming is the most favorite with arts and Crafts second. We had a great summer with the students from Winona State University, being the bulk of the staff this summer. 2005 Summer Camp Schedule The students got to do a regular class during the summer as well as their regular camp duties, so they are very busy 1. June 13-17th . . . .Adult people. Our local staff and non WSU people work very 2. June 20-24th . . . . .Adult hard as well. Without the staff we had this summer there would not have been a camp year, so we thank all the staff 3. June 27-July 1st . .Adult for their hard work and long hours. 4. July 4-8th . . . . . . .Adult The campers we have during the summer really make 5. July 11-15th . . . . .Adult the camp year. Without their smiley faces and personal charm, this would be a very dull place to work. We had 6. July 25-29th . . . . .Adult our ups and downs just like any other job, but the strength 7. July 31-August 5th Youth & Sibling of our staff held it all together and we had a perfect year, 8. August 8-12th . . . .Young Adult one of the best in my many years working here. There are many things that need to happen to have a 9. August 14-19th . . .Youth & Sibling summer like this, but we just do not have enough paper to write them down. 2005 Travel Vacation Schedule I would like to say that Camp Winnebago is a great Country Jam USA . . .July 20-24th place to work and play. I hope that camp has many wonderful years ahead of them, because there are so many Camping Adventure . .August 22-26th who depend on camp to get away for a week and have fun. Need a Club Speaker? Does your club or organization invite speakers to their meetings to talk about various subjects? Camp Director, Theresa Burroughs, is available to speak to interested groups about Camp Winnebago. Contact the camp office at 507-724-2351 to make arrangements. Remember Camp Winnebago during this giving time of the year! Winter 2004—Page 3 Camp Winnebago’s Third Annual Sleigh Rides a Success On December 4, 5, 10, and 11th Camp Wagons. Mike Livrance, Amanda Burroughs, Winnebago hosted its third Annual Sleigh Sarah Eppen, Robin Twite, and the Camp Rides to Santa’s Workshop. I want to thank Winnebago Board of Directors for all their Mike Mueller, Paul & Gary Vickerman & help making this yet another successful Randy Myhre for bringing there horses and event. respite campers and staff enjoying the ride. From left to right: M. Mueller, G. Vickerman, P. Vickerman and R. Myhre. 2005 Tentative Respite Schedule Job Requirements: January July “To work with this population, one needs to have 7th—9th 15th—17th patience, empathy, physical strength, common sense, 21st—223rd creativity, a sense of humor, and the ability to think on August your feet. February 26th-28th One must believe in and be able to see the good and 4th-6th purpose in all people. 18th—20th September One must be flexible and accept different life styles 9th-11th and be interested in people. Also, needed are care and March 23rd-25th concern about the camper’s dignity and a willingness 4th—6th to let them do things for themselves. 18th-20th October 7th-9th Finally, one needs to be able to wait for rewards and April 21st-23rd to accept one’s own weakness.” 8th—10th The above quote was from former counselor and November Arts & Crafts Leader, Lori Schnoren-berg, who wrote May 11th-13th several reports as part of her Social Work internship. 13th-15th If you possess the above qualifications and would be December June 2nd-4th interested in working at the Camp, please contact: 10th-12th Camp Winnebago, 19708 Camp Winnebago Road, 24th-26th Caledonia, MN 55921 Remember Camp Winnebago during this giving time of the year! Winter 2004—Page 4 Pond Work Completed... As many of you may have known our pond in the lower campground was in need of repair. Thanks to many local contractors who lent Camp Winnebago their machinery, the pond was completed in October of 2004. Camp Winnebago wishes to thank Tom Molling for the use of his dozer, Jeff Kruckow for the use of his loader, and a special thanks to Tom and Bob Burroughs for doing the actual work on the project. Thanks to Keith Comstock of Comstock Trucking for donating the sand to put in a volleyball net, and also thanks to Lynn Goldsworthy and Kevin Ohm of the Rochester Host Lions Club for re-doing the walking bridge in lower camp. It is only through the kind contributions of individuals and organizations like you, that we are able to continue to provide and expand our services to persons with Rochester Host Lions—Lynn Goldsworthy and Kevin developmental disabilities. Thank you! Ohm, re-doing the snowmobile bridge. Camp Winnebago Wish List Large Tents Paper towels Flashlights Fishing Poles Inflatable pool toys (rafts) Batteries (AAA, AA, C, D 9 volt, Rayovac Picnic Tables Cotton balls Renewal rechargeable AA batteries Musical Instruments (Rhythm) Button maker Wood 2x4’s Beanbag Chairs Pipe cleaners Paint brushes (any size) Life Jackets (adult & child sizes) Assorted buttons (for crafts) Kites Heavy Duty Paper Cutter Pieces of leather Lighter fluid Pool Cues and Tips Small toys Charcoal Industrial mops/buckets 35MM Film Tissue paper Heavy Duty vacuum cleaners Ladders (step and full size) Garbage bags (all sizes) Commercial food processor Polaroid Film Latex gloves Colored copy paper Generators Non-Latex gloves Portable steam table VCR Movies (G or Pg Ratings) Coffee cups, Styrofoam Paper Streamer Aluminum Foil Plastic or paper drinking cups (disposable) High powered chain saw Dish detergent Scotch tape Toss Beanbags Parchment Paper Colored construction paper Red barn paint Sponges Small and large padded envelopes Plastic Shoe Boxes Song books Coffee machines White paint Masking Tape Plungers Plastic Storage Boxes Heavy duty rope (for our tipi) Desk- top laminator Tempera paints (any colors) White copy paper CD, tape players Tambourines Salad bar and appropriate equipment Radios Cordless screwdriver Halloween masks Refrigerator Serving Spoons and Bowls VCR Legal pads Hatchet Duct tape Black sharpie permanent markers Hammers and other hand tools Hand crank ice cream maker Dish- towels and cloths Sleeping bags and sleeping pads Paper plates Napkins Kool-aid and Lemonade mixes Heavy duty shower curtains Alarm clocks Cast iron pots (for campfire cooking) Spray paint AA Rayovac Renewal rechargeable batteries Large vehicle Beads Plastic pillow protectors Leather lacing for crafts Adult size shirt protectors (easy to make with Mattress pads A float for parades dish towels) Tug of War rope Golf carts Sunscreen (highest level) Plastic mattress covers New beds Push- pins, tacks Small lamps Coloring books Band-aides, gauze Please Call If You Have Any Questions, White t-shirts (for tie-dying) Cold packs (507)724-2351 Microphone/speaker system Small paper and zip lock bags Gas grill for tenting area Large poster board Any Help You Can Give Will be Commercial blender Costumes (adult size) or "dress-up": clothes Greatly Appreciated!! Remember Camp Winnebago during this giving time of the year! Winter 2004—Page 5 DONATIONS (0/28/2003-12-23/2004) South Ridge United Methodist Women Prince of Peace WELCA of La Crescent Spring Grove FFA St. Mary’s Council of Catholic Women St. John’s Women’s Fellowship Hugh Watson Post #190 of St. Charles Midwest Wireless Donald & Lavonna Meiners American Legion Auxiliary Saetersdal WELCA of Harmony Prince of Peace Church Rochester Host Lions Club United Building Center Spring Grove Lions Club Frankard Foundation Craig Welsh Le Roy Ostrander FFA American Legion Auxiliary of Fountain Rochester 76 Lions Club Hayfield Lions Club Houston Legion Club Rochester Host Lions Club Winona Noon Lions Club Whalen Lutheran Church Lori Swerine St. Mary’s Council of Catholic Women Tru-Gas of Caledonia Garness Trinity WELCA Mazeppa Lions Club of Caledonia Ann & Larry Thompson Scheie WELCA Pine Island Lions Club Eitzen Lions Club Winona Noon Lions Club South Ridge United Methodist Women Garness Trinity WELCA Winona Sunset Lions Club Winona Sunset Lions Club Waterloo Ridge WELCA Scheie WELCA St. Charles Lions Club Goodhue Lioness Club Plainview Lions Club Harold & Carolene Jacobson Winona Suns-Up Lions Club Eitzen Lions Club Wilmington Township United Fund Community First National Bank of Lake City Lions Club Community Charities of MN Houston Legion Club Mabel Zumbrota Lions Club Mr. & Mrs. Don Gjere Family Winona National Bank Mauss Pumping Service Ostrander Lions Club Knights of Columbus (Caledonia) Grand Meadow Lions Club Ferman & Doris Lanning Zumbro Falls Lions Club Caledonia Lions Club Kwik Trip Inc Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Seebold Brownsville Lions Club Greg & Jackie Wennes Neville Lien Auxiliary New Albin Savings Bank Wanamingo Lions Club ECM Publishers Inc Norman Thingvold Arendahl WELCA Kenyon Lions Club Mabel Lions Club Harold & Carolene Jacobson Wilmington Mutual Insurance Goodhue Lioness Club State Bank of La Crosse American Legion Auxiliary #56 Wilmington Township United Fund Stewartville Lioness Club Thomas & Kathryn Ready Arendahl WELCA Rochester Target Stores Houston Lions Club Randy Myhre Kasson-Mantorville Lions Club James & Gretchen Erwin Rochester Morning Pride Lions Club St. Paul’s WELCA Greenfield WELCA Lauren Applen Winona Noon Lions Club Knights of Columbus La Crescent Racine Lions Club Henrytown ELCW Winona Rivertown Lions Club Knights of Columbus Mabel Henrytown WELCA Robert & Rosemary Shoup Austin Lions Club Rushford Community Chest Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Seebold Albert Lea American Auxiliary #56 Stewartville Lions Club Eitzen Lions Club Iowa Knights of Columbus Grace WELCA of Peterson Caledonia Lions Club Winona Noon Lions Club Forte-Milers Barbershop Chorus Greenfield WELCA Harmony Lions Club Wilmington Lutheran Church Gilbertson-Rude Post #526 Blooming Prairie Lions Club Altura Lions Club Carl & Verna Schmidt Foundation Rushford Lions Houston United Campaign Lewiston Lions Club First Lutheran Church of Highland Sundet Foundation Peterson American Legion #526 Preston Lions Club Coulee Clown Club Winona Senior High FFA Dennison Lions Club Red Wing Lions Club Hormel Corporate Charles & Judith Shepard Winona Fraternal Order of Eagles Federated Insurance Foundation Byron Lions Club Immanuel WELCA Frankard Foundation Tri-County Electric Wykoff Lions Club New Albin Savings Bank Sundet Foundation Dodge Center Lions Club VFW #4114 of Spring Valley Spring Grove Herald La Crosse Breakfast Optimist Club Van Gundy Elk Farm & Antler Shed American Legion of Spring Valley Robert Botcher Norman Thingvold Louis McCahill Post #110 of Lake City American Legion Post #50 of Wabasha Dean & Susan Wiste Kasson Mantorville Lions Club Leon Edman Rochester Civitan Club Wilmington WELCA Virginia Muenkel Winona Fraternal Order of Eagles Ruth Tweten American Legion Auxiliary Mabel Lions Club Meadows Inn B&B of Rushford Ruby Highum Knitcraft-St. Croix Foundation Charles & Judith Shepard Merlin Klein Betty Calendar King Foundation Highland Prairie WELCA St. Matthew WELCA St. Mary’s Church Quilting Ladies Tom Burroughs Equipment Repair Booman Chiropractic Corp. Trinity Lutheran Church WELCA of Bob Burroughs Name ______________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________ __________________________________________________ ____________________________________________ Byron American Legion Spring Grove Tom Molling Dean Flugstad DDS Caledonia United Way J & J Trucking I am interested in purchasing a tile in the Memorial Wall. Please send Our Savior’s Lutheran WELCA Spring Mabel Garden Club Comstock Trucking Valley Plainview School District Mark Myhre Camp Winnebago’s Memorial Wall Forte-Milers Barbershop Chorus Highland Prairie WELCA Victor Christian Waterloo Ridge WELCA Ben Franklin Store of La Crosse David Bauer Casper Eggler Albert Lea Cloverleaf Lions St. Luke’s UCC Quilters Whalen Lutheran Church WELCA Canton Scotland Presbyterian Church Fountain American Legion Caledonia Immanuel WELCA St. Mary’s Parish Lycurgus Community First Bank of Mabel Plainview Lions Club St. Joseph’s Church Kiwanis Sunrisers Fillmore Central FFA Immaculate Conception Church Harold & Maryls Thompson Wayne J Hood Winona Hy-Vee St. Luke’s UCC Women’s Fellowship Trane Family Foundation Coca Cola of La Crosse Barb Gittens Knitcraft-St. Croix Foundation Rushford Kwik Trip Gary Messner Wilmington WELCA Lannings Super Value Renner & Martha Anderson R.M. Zimmerman Rushford American Legion Lauren Applen Peterson Highland Prairie WELCA Pepsi Cola Wilmington Mutual Insurance Spring Grove Valheim Lodge #364 Woodman’s Robert Shoup George & Pamela Griffith Quillin’s IGA Virginia Muenkel Spring Grove Herald Festival Foods Merchants Bank of Caledonia me the information/order form. Eyota American Auxiliary Red Wing Lions Club Spring Grove Insurance Agency Hokah Lions Club U.S. Marine Corp. Jennings State Bank of Spring Grove Racine Lions Club Sonny & Bev’s Louis McCahill Post #110 of Lake City Lyle Lioness Club Hodges Workout Center American Legion Post #179 of Rochester 76 Lions Club Nokomis Grandmothers Club Plainview Austin Noon Lions Club Austin Evening Lions Club Spring Grove Commercial Club Hayfield Lions Club Frank & Joyce Rocco Thomas & Maria Coffman Adams Lions Club Sequoia Society David & Joan Wissing La Crescent Lions Club Caledonia Electronics LeRoy Ostrander FFA Rushford Lions Club Community 1st National Bank St. Matthew WELCA of Preston Cannon Falls Lions Club Dairy Queen Merchants Bank Phone Spring Grove United Fund Pine Cone Place Community First National Bank Spring Grove Township United Fund Lake City Sportsman’s Club St. John’s Women’s Fellowship of New Waseca Public Schools #829 Preston Lions Club Albin Canton & Area United Fund Rushford Lutheran WELCA Hayfield American Legion Remember Camp Winnebago during this giving time of the year! Winter 2003—Page 6 CAMPERSHIPS (0/28/2003-12-23/2004) Un-designated Camperships Brownsville Lions Club Cross of Christ WELCA ARC of Southeastern MN Cross-of Christ WELCA of Houston Dennison Lions Club Faith Lutheran Church of Black Christ Lutheran Church Janice Dokken Hokah Lions Club Hammer Mower County Treasurer Quamme VFW Post of Wanamingo Eyota American Legion #551 Tri-County Electric Operation Roundup Lewiston Lions Club Stewartville Lioness Club Ivan Stringer Post #164 Hayfield Lions Club Jennings State Bank La Crosse Rotary Club Designated Camperships Christ Lutheran WELCA Wilmington Mutual Insurance Company Kreofsky Building Supplies Onalaska American Legion Kellogg Lions Club Altura Lions Club Voiture #327 Program Spring Valley/Wykoff FFA Austin Lions Parade Unit Rushford/Peterson FFA Booman Chiropractic Staggemeyer Stave Company of Community Charities of MN APN Inc. of Caledonia Caledonia FFA Caledonia Plainview Lions Club Lanning’s Food Center of Plainview Chatfield American Legion #197 Riverside Electronics LTD ARC of Mower County VFW Auxiliary #6801 of Brownsville Spring Grove Commercial Club Ace Telephone Association Reinharts Stained Glass Studios Houston County News Spring Grove Lions Club La Crescent Lions Club American Legion #6508 Sheriff’s Mounted Posse of Goodhue Rushford Women’s Club Mabel Lions Club ARC of Freeborn County County Elstad WELCA Donald & Lavonna Meiners Kellogg Lions Club Community First National Bank Weis Buick Pontiac GMC ARC of Southeastern MN Gunderson Lutheran Medical Mound Prairie Mutual Insurance St. Charles VFW Post #5630 La Crescent American Legion Foundation Company Rochester Host Lions Club Austin Noon Lions ARC of Freeborn County Canton State Bank District Lodge #66 IAMAW Winona Sunset Lions Club Kellogg Lions Club VFW Auxiliary Post #8729 of Lake City Church Women United Austin Morning Lions Club Trempealeau Lions Club Fountain WELCA Shjon Podein Children’s Foundation VFW Auxiliary #6893 95.7 The Rock St. Peter’s Women’s Fellowship of New Central Lutheran Church ELCW Stewartville Lions Club Austin Civitan Albin Caledonia Electronics American Legion Post #91 United Methodist Church of Caledonia Eitzen Lions Club Eitzen Lions Club Adams Lions Club American Legion Post #330 American Legion Post #249 Plainview Lions Club Adams American Legion Kiwanis Club Inc Elgin American Legion #573 MEMORIALS (0/28/2003-12-23/2004) In Memory of Given By Ora Fruechte Stuart & Ruth Ann Dibley George Williams Doris Williams Gerald & Helen Erickson Walter & Carol Ward Irvin Ingvalson Wayne & Marian Bunge Harlan Stehr Dean & Susan Wiste Helen Schuttemeier Borghild Rusert Harold Wiegrefe Goodhue Lions Club Walter Schuttemeier Help Us... Fred & Barbara Arnold Bernice Sylling Norman Bunge Dorothy Heidermann Mary Schneider Christopher & Jane Kerbaugh Help You: Margaret Koulasiewicz Larry & Ann Thompson Martin & Margaret Ranzenberger If there are Nancy Sanness Mary Deters Daryl & Betty Tessmer Edgar Drogemuller groups that are planning events to Donna Nelson Clara Brenns Charman & Ordell Blexrud Leon & Marveen Feil raise funds or are doing projects for Arthur Kruse Joe Sheehan Jr. Kari Sheehan the camp, please notify the camp John Stafslien Larry VonGroven Arnold Schroeder Delores Skauge office. We can help you in your Bill Welch Don & Lavonna Meiners John Paus Stuart & Ruth Ann Dibley efforts to publicize your project and to make sure you receive recognition Thanks.... for your untiring efforts. We would like to thank our contributors for their donations of The purpose of this newsletter is to increase money or needed items. It is awareness of Camp Winnebago’s programs and through generous donations such to recognize those who contribute to its success. as these that we can continue to Please address any comments or corrections to: Theresa Burroughs, Camp Winnebago, 19708 provide camping for individuals with Camp Winnebago Road, Caledonia, MN, 55921 developmental disabilities. (507) 724-2351 Remember Camp Winnebago during this giving time of the year! Winter 2004—Page 7 Camp Winnebago News Non-Profit Organization 19708 Camp Winnebago Road U.S. Postage Paid Caledonia, Minnesota Caledonia, MN 55921-9706 55921 Permit No. 46 Camp Winnebago, Inc. Camp Winnebago is a private, nonprofit organization that provides recreational services for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Phone: 1-507-724-2351 Email: CampWinn@means.net Fax: 1-507-724-3786 Camp Winnebago Buildings available for Rentals! Camp Winnebago’s facilities are a great place Camp Winnebago to hold your wedding reception, dance, 19708 Camp Winnebago Road banquets, family reunions or class reunions. Caledonia, MN 55921 Phone 507-724-2351 Call camp office for prices and availability. FAX: 507-724-3786 Check us out on the web at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.campwinnebago.org Buildings Available New Dining Hall...(Couple pictures to the left) Bunge....6 rooms, 4 bunk beds, lounge area, kitchen in the basement. Lions Den...9 beds, 1 big room Lions Cave...9 beds, 1 big room Memorial Cabin*.. Winnie Cabin*.. Bago Cabin*.. * Buildings above are are available on a seasonal basis! Dining/Main Hall Kitchen/Main Hall Call 507-724-2351 for Prices!
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