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Cascadian Lodge Renovations Completed

 

Cascadian Lodge is 57 years old! With many years of service since the last renovation, it was time to update and preserve this lodge for years to come.

Renovation work was started on Cascadian Lodge a year and a half ago and was recently completed in June 2019. The renovations were funded through room memorials made by families who wished to commemorate family members and other loved ones while also contributing to the ministry here at Warm Beach Camp and Conference Center. On July 7, 2019 the families gathered to dedicate Cascadian Lodge to the glory of God and to provide Camp guests with a comfortable and hospitable place to stay.

 

We are grateful for these families who chose to memorialize or honor their cherished loved ones.

 

In honor of Warm Beach Camp Staff by Jon and Francie Hudson

In honor of Bill and Jan Gear

Dedicated to the Glory of God by Bill and Marguerite Blue, Jon and Francie Hudson, Jeff and Amber Hudson, and Nathan and Julie Henderson

In memory of Donna Patton by Les Patton

In memory of Rev. and Mrs. C.W. Burbank by Bob and Judy O’Brien

In memory of Merrill and Wanda Marston by The Marvin, Loren and Philip Marston Families

In memory of J.G. and Dixie Copeland by Jerry and Claudia Pollock

In honor of our parents, Paul and Elizabeth Dendy by Eric and Jennifer Kauppila

In honor of Kenneth and Doreen Butz by Bill and Carol Kauppila

In honor of our parents, William and Carol Kauppila by Eric and Jennifer Kauppila

In memory of Betty Corson and in honor of 1947 and 1948 SPC Classes by Bob Corson

In memory of Lee and Opal Buck and Delbert and Marilyn McLaughlin by Marvon and Marilee McLaughlin and Family

In memory of Rev. Leslie and Esther Whitehead by Matt and Melanie Whitehead and Janet Buck

In memory of Oscar and Amy Nelson by Stan and Nancy Nelson

In memory of Thomas and Gertrude Isaac by The Isaac Family and Friends

In memory of Marilyn Wersen by loving husband, Larry Wersen

In memory of Carroll and Lena Snell by Russell and Margie Snell, Scott and Jo Cruse, Nick and Caryl Burroughs, and Kenneth and Eileen Robinson

In memory of Mayedene Zachry Morton by Glen and Eilene Zachry

In memory of John and Sarah Trepus by Gordon and Joyce Trepus

In memory of Dean Kincaid by Glen and Eilene Zachry

In memory of Miriam Goodnight by Her Loving Family

In memory of Glennie J. Zachry by Glen and Eilene Zachry

In memory of Mel and Helen Prior

In memory of Albert R. Schreiber and in honor of Susanna R. Schreiber by The Schreiber Family

In memory of Eldon Beagle and Robert and Betty Kenealy by David and Karen Beagle

In memory of Michael K. Petro (Chesterfield) by Marshall and Patty Whipp

In memory of our incredible mother Mildred Wallace Meberg

In honor of Margaret Tilden by Grandma’s Gang

In memory of Ellen Silva by John Silva and Family

In memory of The Carlson Family by Joan and Bob Wallace

In loving memory of Lois B. Haight, who loved attending Family Camp at Warm Beach with her family

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