Camp Brotherhood is a beautiful retreat center, however, what makes it all the more beautiful is the wonderful mission of the camp.
From the Camp Brotherhood web site: The Levine & Treacy Family Village at Camp Brotherhood is a retreat center offering facilities and programs to foster interfaith, racial and ethnic harmony and to strengthen fellowship within and between communities as we reach out to families and youth.
I have had the pleasure of meeting Father Treacy who is currently the weekend assistant at St. Thomas More in Lynnwood Washington. It is difficult to explain the sense of peace and hopefulness that Father Treacy radiates. Perhaps it is enough to simply say that he is the type of person that once you meet him will stand out in your mind and make you want to learn more from. If you ever have the opportunity to hear Father Treacy speak I highly recommend you take the opportunity.
(June 14, 2003)
I should have started taking picture earlier, but, I didn't. This is a picure of the two lodge platforms we were working on. Their dimensions are approximately 12 feet by 20 feet.
A group photo. Father William Treacy is standing in the middle of the first row.
Screwing down press board really does go faster with a large group of people.
The two platforms are almost complete and read for a group of youth that will continue the work next weekend.
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The pictures in this gallery were taken with a Sony DCR-PC100 1-mega pixel camera. Email me if you would like a higher resolution version of any of these pictures.