#18 Hovey Lodge

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In 1947, Harry Hovey’s interest in Camp Babcock-Hovey was rekindled. He offer to build a conference and training facility to build a conference and training facility to the west of the parade field. When completed, it was will furnished, with a complete kitchen, insulation and heat. It was used as a movie theatre, Church, and general recreation building. After many difficulties, the new Hovey Training Lodge was completed at a cost of $26,705. It was dedicated on September 19, 1948.

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One Response to #18 Hovey Lodge

  1. Pat Thorpe says:

    It’s not the same not seeing that building as a part of the camp landscape

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