ALUMNI STORIES

Drew Saylor

Some of my earliest memories are actually at Camp Lincoln!  My father, Steve Saylor (S1995-1996), was the camp doctor when I was very young and I can remember playing tetherball...

Claire (Goldstein) Swanson

I loved that at camp I could be 100% myself.  There were no boys to impress on a daily basis and no expectations to keep up – especially during those...

Richard Amling, Sr.

I first attended Camp Lincoln the summer of 1941, but was ill and was sent home by Dr. Howsen.  I came back the following summer in 1942.  My parents were...

Amy (Pohlmann) Flanagan

I feel as though my experience in the Leadership Training Program shaped me for the rest of my life. I learned so much about goal-setting, determination, lasting relationships and, of...

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...

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...

Marlys (Rogers) Mason

My story starts in the womb, I guess.  I remember visiting my grandparents, (longtime director, Fred Rogers, is Marlys’s grandfather, and her grandmother is Marlys Rogers) for the summer, and...

Chris “Fletch” Justice

Early spring 1992, I saw an ad in the school paper for a camp counselor position.  I called the local contact and met up with a guy named Greg Taylor...