Mark Hodgson

I love the anticipation of opening day. Staff bright eyed, campers excited, worried, full of anticipation.  The energy builds and builds through the day, and we always had lasagna for...

Karen (Kully) O’Keefe

        Karen (Kully) O'Keefe (S1990) Hometown: Omaha, Nebraska Current City: Highlands Ranch, Colorado Contact Info: pkokeefe@comcast.net Cabins: Clubhouse Role: Counselor Education: B.S. Human Development and Family Studies, Colorado State University, 1991 Occupation: Stay-at-home mom and JollySigns Creator Spouse: Patrick O'Keefe Children: Connor (age15), Abby (13), and Ben (10) Where does your...

LT Reflection: So Far This Session…

LT Reflection: So Far This Session…   Camp is already a quarter done! In just a few short days the entire camp has completed a block (three days) of four amazing activities...

LT Reflection: Starting Strong!

LT Reflection: Starting Strong!   It is only the first day and there is excitement in the air. My fellow LTs and I knew that this year was going to be great...

International Food Night

International Food Night   A big hello from Camp Lincoln in Lake Hubert, Minnesota!  We all know that Camp Lincoln is just half of Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert, which is...

LT Reflection: New Traditions and New Campers!

LT Reflection: New Traditions and New Campers!   Things here at camp are great. Last week was one of the newest Camp Traditions – COLOR WARS PART ONE! It was great seeing...

LT Reflection: Dancing, Competing, & Eating…Oh My!

LT Reflection: Dancing, Competing, & Eating…Oh My!   Last Saturday, the 26th of July, the older campers of Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert assembled at the Lincoln dining hall for an...

Robert Eacret

Growing up, my Grandma lived in Wisconsin, and I would visit her every summer.  In 1993, we were looking for a camp in the Wisconsin/Minnesota area for me to go...

LT Reflection: Start Off With a Bang!

LT Reflection: Start Off With a Bang!   For the first few days, the campers have been able to successfully settle into to the camp community.  Sadly, the first morning activities were...