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*Find out how Thomas pranked [[Robert Donahue]] for four summers
 
*Find out how Thomas pranked [[Robert Donahue]] for four summers
 
*Read about Birch Rock through [[Don Munn]]'s eyes
 
*Read about Birch Rock through [[Don Munn]]'s eyes
*Hear about the living legend [[Dave Weeks]] and all that he has done for Birch Rock
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*Read about the living legend [[Dave Weeks]] and all that he has done for the Rock
 
*Find out how many nicknames [[Alasdair Thornton]] has
 
*Find out how many nicknames [[Alasdair Thornton]] has
 
*Read how [[Zach "Pickles" Lynn]] got his nickname
 
*Read how [[Zach "Pickles" Lynn]] got his nickname
 
*Find out [[Nick Musciano]]'s favorite activity
 
*Find out [[Nick Musciano]]'s favorite activity
*Find out what [[Pam Stock]] liked about BR in the early 90s
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*Find why [[Pam Stock]] fell in love with BR in the 90s
  
 
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Featured Articles: Profiles by the Birch Rock Historical Society

All of the profiles below are based on interviews by campers in the summer of 2012. Thank you to all friends of the Birch Rock Historical Society! More to come.

Featured Facts: When Was The Lodge Reconstruction?

The Lodge Under Construction

After the summer of '94, the Lodge was jacked and had a patio area torn away. Then was placed back down on a cement foundation. This marked a new chapter for Birch Rock. Since then Birch Rock's numbers and support has grown. This was a pivotal moment for modern day Birch Rock.

Featured Picture

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Josh Church and Justin Ingold, Moose River, '88