Camp Maxinkuckee For Girls
1954 - Jul 7 - Girls Camp and School Begins - First Season
Camp Maxinkuckee, a summer school and camp for girls, opened itd first session June. 29.
It is located on Long Point in what was at one time the
Chadwick Hotel and more
recently the Crissmond home.
Jim Puett, formerly of Logansport is the director of the camp.
The camp is conducted primarily for girls 14, 15 and 16 years of age.
Courses of instruction are offered in arts, crafts, dramatics, dancing swimming and
1955- Aug 17 - Camp Maxinkuckee For Girls to End Season
Camp Maxinkuckee, summer school for girls, will close its second season Saturday.
Forty-three girls have been in attendance from two to eight weeks with enrollement
usually being around twenty
Nancy Nussbaum, 14 of Remingto, and Bunny Harris, 14 of Cincinnati, Ohio, Monday
swan from the Camp Maxinkuckee pier on Lonf Point to the Town Park swimming pier.
Two girls earned advanced swimmer's certificates, six qualified as swimmers and six
earned beginner's cards
1957 - Jul 10 - James Puett's Camp For Girls
is the Capable
and successful director of Camp Maxinkuckee for Girls which opened its 4th season Sunday, June
30, on East Shore Drive near Maxinkuckee Landing.
The well qualified members of his staff are: Richard Bowman, assistant director;
Rosemary Wealing and Judy Bahler, handicraft; Jane Pett and Karen Tyler, dramatics;
Jackie Walaitis, swimming; and lectures on manners, Pat and Ann Barnes
Other activities are horseback riding, sailing, golf, and tennis
The summer camp is divided into two terms and the second term begins July 28 and
ends Aug. 24.