See what we have cooked up as we continue harvest new photos and memorabilia from Alums to help our existing postings grow and prosper since June 1, 2017. Sample images of the new content are shown, but make sure to click on the link below each image to check out how this and other new stuff have enhanced the postings with new nostalgic splendor! Awesome … Continue reading Check Out The New Stuff!!
________________________________________________________________ THESE FRIENDS ARE ALREADY REGISTERED TO BE THERE: 1950s to 1960s- Hank and Kathy Aberman, Sandy Lipstein 1960’s to 1970’s-Brian Redman, Moe Dweck, David Lipstein, Bobbi Newman, Juli Gaskill, Bart Gaskill 1970’s to 1980’s-Ira Deming, Alan Harris, Helaine Leibowitz, Ellen Mager, Curt Heffler, Karen Heffler, 1980’s to 1990’s-Andrew Senker, Marcee Senker, Samantha Emkes, Jamie Swanson, Leslie Miller Greenspan, Benjamin Senker, Michael Silverstein, Regina Kerr … Continue reading Alumni Reunion Less Than a Month Away!!
Twenty-One, Taps, and H.O.R.S.E. were all regular parts of the free-time recreation buffet on Hill Court. But 3-on-3 was the lynch pin of all of those “pick-up” games and true bragging rights were at stake. It was announced this week that they are adding 3-on-3 Basketball to the Olympics in 2020. Which prompted old, nostalgic minds who edit this website to think, who were the … Continue reading 3-on-3….Best Ever!
For the second time Hank “Zeus II” Aberman organized a casual Saturday afternoon get together for Saginaw Alums at the Waterfront Marriott in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore. About 20 Supes from the 1950’s through 1970’s got together with old friends for lunch and reminiscence and a whole bunch of needling. The morning began with lots of back slapping and finger pointing at images and … Continue reading Saginaw Supes Walk-Up Reunion-Version II
All of us know Camp Saginaw was a family affair. Parents emptied their households each summer to take those long awaited vacations or just to spend adult time with each other. For many of those parents they were sending us to a place they knew well from their youth. The multi-generational connections at Saginaw run deep. Often at camp we had older siblings who had … Continue reading Brother and Sister
Many of us have an old Acropolis Dove, Hill Hawk, or League T-shirt in the back of a drawer or a storage box somewhere that time and personal expansion preclude the possibility of wearing again, but we still hang on to it for the sweet camp memories that it evokes. Well Randi Burak, a Saginaw lifer from 1989 to 1999, came up with a better … Continue reading T-Shirt Memories
The 1970s was a period of transition at Saginaw as the moors of the society at large were being challenged by the youth across America. Many believed we had stepped into “The Age of Aquarius” and there was no stopping the introduction of long hair, torn jeans, and recreational substances that would influence the camp experience during this decade of change. It was also a … Continue reading Kodak Moments 1970s
The alums of Saginaw returned to the home turf as they do every three years in September of 2014 to catch up on things and share secrets on arresting the aging process. Spending times with friends talking about youthful summer days together has a way of turning back the pages of time. This year’s three-day extravaganza was expertly organized and run by Andrew Senker and … Continue reading Saginaw Alumni Reunion 2014