Author: Dueckman, Amy
Date published: December 19, 2011
HOPE, B.C. - The main lodge at Camp Squeah, with its large, high-ceilinged and wooden-walled main room, has always had issues with sound quality. During December, improvements were made to the lodge to accommodate a new and improved sound system. Donations from Crossroads Community Church and Mennonite Church B.C. youth pastors helped make the acoustical changes possible. Other improvements include laying a new floor in the kitchen. Camp Squeah will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in July 2012, and it is hoped these changes will improve the experience of guests who use the camp facilities.
- BY AMY DUECKMAN
With files from B.C. News 'n' Notes.