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This article was recreated after meeting all the criteria for the reasons it was deleted the first time around. I improved the article and reposted it with sources such as museums and university archives and a newspaper article stating why it was notable and significante and worthy of a page on wikipedia. i provided more information in this article than most of the articles about camps on wikipedia provide. I didn't even get a chance to defend the article the second time around. this camp was founded in the 1940's and operated for more than 50 years and provided a summer home to thousands of boys from around the world as campers came from across Canada, the US, Mexico, Spain, Hungary, and other countries. Hopefully someone will undelete this article. Magnetawan (talk) 12:11, 29 May 2008 (UTC)