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Living Memorials

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VIVIAN FISHER
Gerry Larsen
ELISABETH AND LAURA BRIGGS
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Briggs
ELIZABETH KANEHEN
Mr. and Mrs. David Kanehen
Mr. Nick Kanehen
DON GOEHNER
Terri Goehner

GORDON LEASOR
Mr. and Mrs. Rod Allen

MIRIAM GOODNIGHT
Nancy Bacon

GORDON LINDGREN
Mrs. Arlene Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Don Spears

BETTY HELMER
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Markin

BILL McKINDLEY
Mrs. Arlene Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Don Spears

MARSHALL LANGOHR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Markin

MAYNO DELAMARTER PRIEBE
Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Iverson
Mrs. Lois Lingren
Rev. and Mrs. Greg McPherson
Mr. and Mrs. David Rahn
Rushville Free Methodist Church
Mrs. Arlene Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Don Spears

NANCY NELSON
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Nelson

OPAL ROOT
Mr. and Mrs. Don Spears 

JOHN HAROLD SHAVER
Mrs. Jean Orberg

JIM SORTER
Mr. and Mrs. Don Spears 

BUTCH TUOHY
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McGraw

JIM VAN OTEGHAM
Mrs. Frances Scott

NORM ZOOK
Mr. and Mrs. Don Spears 

 

 

A Fond Farewell to Margie Keane

After over 20 years of service in the Warm Beach Camp Business Office, Margie Keane is retiring! She first came to Camp in 1986 as Margie Henry, working in Accounts Payable. But after a couple of years, she got a better offer! An offer of marriage, that is, to her husband, Dan Keane. But that was not the end of it! In 2003, several kids and 17 years later, Margie returned to Warm Beach to serve full-time in the Business ...

Everywhere

Everywhere – from east to west – praise the name of the Lord. Psalms 113:2 There is a lot of talk today about what unites and divides us as people. From families to the massive global community, we don’t like division, yet we experience it. We like unity and community. It is a gift that brings joy, delight, and well-being to everyone within its reach everywhere. As a follower of Jesus Christ, the great unifier within families, communities, nations, and ...

This is Why We’re Here

On this particular Friday, twelve pairs of eyes looked down at Onyx and I from the arena grandstands. As I sat on Onyx’s sturdy frame, I looked back at the twelve campers. My mind flashed to Monday, the first day of camp. There was one camper who had been scared to get on her horse. However, after some reassurance and coaxing she had said she would try to ride. “I am so proud of you for pushing through your fear! ...