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!
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
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There were always many mystical forces at work at Saginaw and in collecting images of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s there seemed to be a synergy around human pyramids. They came in all shapes and sizes-campers, waiters, and counselors. The common denominator seems to be that they all evoked similar facial expressions….a mix of looks replete with giggles and trepidation. … Continue reading Pyramid Power
Upper field was fertile ground for planting seeds of a relationship that could last a lifetime. Couples at Saginaw spent many romantic evenings searching out constellations and other heavenly forms under bright starry skies never imagining where these forays might lead them. For those below it lead to a ceremony with a Marryin’ Sam Ketuba, or a more official one, where they danced the Hora … Continue reading Matrimonial Stakes
Horseback riding at Saginaw was a special offering, that is to say your parents had to pay extra for you to partake in this activity. For most us this was not even on our radar screen unless we happened to be on the way out of camp and got a hint of the stable aroma waffing about near the front gate. As you can read … Continue reading Best In Show
It was during the Kennedy Administration, on one of those beautiful, still, moonless summer nights with a soft breeze and a dark sky devoid of bright stars. So it made sense that the Canteen promptly emptied out of counselors who paired up, grabbed blankets, and headed for Upper Field. The field was full of happy, giggling souls engaged in a varied assortment of frisky activities. … Continue reading Horsing Around