A Story of Tradition
Stories from friends
A story of tradition
One of her favorite traditions was at the end of camp when they would visit James Avery’s garage and get charms to remember their summer. All of these were placed on a charm bracelet and were a wonderful way to capture those treasured memories.
“Every time I see one of these charms, it just brings back memories as to those wonderful summers I had.”
Keeping the tradition alive, Norma’s daughter and granddaughter also attended Camp Arrowhead. And every summer it was tradition to go to James Avery and pick out charms for them as well.
“It’s wonderful to share that common history with them. I have a lot of special feelings for it.”
Those memories, and the friendships that came with them, some of which go back 67 years, are treasures in every sense of the word.
“It meant a lot and it still means a lot all these years later.”
“Every time I see one of these charms, it just brings
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