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 Ira Deming and it included plenty of eating, drinking, and singing old camp songs, maybe the best elixir of all. There were some outdoor activities as well and the weather was much more conciliatory than three years ago.
There was your typical pre-reunion prep for the activities like campfires. Melanie Feinstein Erler posed a good question on social media when she saw the photo below.
“How much wood can a Hillman chuck if a Hillman could chuck wood?”
This one brought out the old guard as well as the new. These shots are a who’s who of the 1950’s faithful with a more than a smattering of 60’s and 70’s thrown in for good measure.
If you cull the Facebook postings of the Camp Saginaw Alumni Reunion 2014 you will get strong reviews of the weekend happenings.
A great time was had by all…..it always seems like the last reunion is the best reunion…..this is how nostalgia and aging memories conspire.