Finland day camp a success
From Katherine Nelson Camp Finland
The Clair Nelson Center, with support from the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation, hosted its first ever day camp on June 16-20. Camp Finland hosted 20 children ranging in age from 5 to 18. It was the intention of all those involved to offer an affordable, well-rounded camp experience to area children. The camp offered a wide range of activities, including a dragonfly workshop, a pillow- and scarf-making session offered free of charge by a group of local ladies, guitar lessons, jewelry making and a whole host of other crafting workshops, as well as numerous outdoor activities. There was even a tented sleepover and a day trip to Flathorn Lake in Isabella for swimming and frog hunting.