Parker Seeley Lodge Completion

June 29, 2015

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Last weekend, we celebrated the completion of the YMCA Camp Hi-Rock’s new Parker Seeley Lodge. Members of our team, donors, volunteers, staff members, alumni, campers and their families, staff, neighbors, and friends of the camp attended the luncheon and ribbon cutting ceremony.

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Last weekend, we celebrated the completion of the YMCA Camp Hi-Rocks’ new Parker Seeley Lodge. Members of our team, donors, volunteers, staff members, alumni, campers and their families, staff, neighbors, and friends of the camp attended the luncheon and ribbon cutting ceremony.

The Parker Seeley Lodge is one of the 5 lodges that stood on the property at the time the Camp was purchased by the YMCA.  Parker Seeley—for whom the lodge is named after—is the President of the YMCA Board of Directors. Seeley’s leadership helped form the foundation of what the camp has become today.  Camp Hi-Rock offers a wide variety of fun and challenging activities and programs that have long enhanced the lives of many children (and adults) in the Berkshires.

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We are honored to have played such an intricate role in the restoration of this iconic building. The Parker Seeley Lodge itself was the pinnacle of many fond memories of campers past.  With our rebuild of the lodge, our goal was to maintain its orignial ambiance and breathe life into the building so it may serve the role of this camp for years to come. 

Check out the time-lapse video our demolition and reconstruction of the Parker Seeley Lodge: 

For more information on the camp's history, please visit: http://camphirock.org/our-story/our-history/

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