When I was growing up, “Lakeshore” was a place. It was somewhere I couldn’t wait to experience for a week every summer. As I grew up and became a member of summer staff, I began to realize that it was much more than a “place.” The people are what make “Lakeshore.” Lakeshore has changed its look a … Continue reading Third Generation Family: Dorothy Harvey Rogers
It’s that time of year again. The holidays are full of hustle and bustle, Christmas cards, and holiday parties. Get your shopping lists ready for gifts, special treats and white elephant games. Did you know there are several ways to support Lakeshore will checking things off your festive Christmas list? Why not make the most … Continue reading How to Support Lakeshore With Money You’re Already Spending
I started going to Lakeshore as an elementary camper in 2002 and went continually for three years, but then soccer camps and church events got in the way the next few summers, and I stopped trying to go back. It wasn’t until my sister, Dorothy, became a staff member in 2010 and asked me to … Continue reading Third Generation Family: Suzanne Harvey
What are your plans next summer? We are deep in the planning process to make Summer 2019 the best yet. Introducing Peace Works, Lakeshore’s 2019 theme! This summer we will be exploring scriptures about forming community, being hospitable and becoming a peacemaker. Along with daily scriptures, Peace Works includes themes that invite us to explore … Continue reading Get Ready for Summer 2019!
My love affair with Lakeshore began in the summer of 1967. I had just finished third grade and I rode to Eva with my Momma to pick up my brother who had just spent his first week at camp. He had had such a great week and so much fun that I wanted to stay, … Continue reading Third Generation Family: Sue Harvey
Lakeshore became a place of fun, rest, and community for me the summer between 2nd and 3rd grade. I was so proud to go somewhere that meant so much to my mom, Nita Crump Murry, and grandfather, Sam Crump. I immediately felt like the ground was Holy and so very special. I went to Lakeshore … Continue reading Fourth Generation Family: Hannah Murry Reed