Lee loved birds and he loved the beauty and peace of nature, especially the lake trail. Any camper interested was invited to build and decorate a unique birdhouse to line the lake trail. At last count, over two hundred bird houses have been built.
Starting with the oldest campers, a bracelet was awarded for any good deed or to acknowledge leadership on boys camp. Each bracelet is embossed with the acronym “WWLFBD,” What Would Lee Forest Black Do? These bracelets have multiplied. They’re everywhere around camp and a constant reminder to those who wear them to act with kindness and care, with goodness, friendship and love.
Hi-Seniors requested to include Lee’s initials and number on their treasured “A Game” shirts. These oldest campers all knew and loved Lee, and he knew and loved them back. Lee loved the “A Game” and played in 3. Director Eric Morin and our oldest CA campers spoke beautifully at Services Friday night, their theme was “Because of Lee…”.