History of the Diving Tower

First Tower
The first diving tower was used in the 1930s and 1940s and had four levels total
First Tower B
Members gather around for swim meets during the summer.
Finn Camp Tower
Diver getting ready to dive off the ower.

The second tower was in use during the 1950’s and 1960’s, no photograph.

3th Generation Tower photo
3th Generation Tower
Second Tower B
3th Generation Tower
Dive Tower 2000s
The current tower was built in the 1970’s.
Finn Camp Dive Tower
Tower in 2004

 

4 Replies to “History of the Diving Tower”

  1. Georgia!!! Does Amber Duke Of Westbrook Court bring back memories? This is Arthur Walker. I was saddened to read that your Mother had passed. I remember her
    fondly and how the girls from that side of the golf course used to join the girls from our
    side and golf, golf and golf!!! Included in that group was Lindy T. Oh what fun we used to have in the Summer…Loon Lake, Sun Lake, dancing at the hall on Saturday nights!!! I remember the diving tower at Sun Lake, Sandy Piilo’s fall and her injuries,
    Mark Posey’s fall and his injuries. I always remember Sandy. Erick Leskonin(sp) and I knew about each other. He even came to the commune I lived in when I was a student at Wayne State. Life has changed for me. I currently live in an assisted living facility in Berlin, New Jersey. I experienced a botched knee replacement by a reputable Ortho in Philly. He did my right knee, which is fantastic. His residents took care of my left knee. Oh yes, I also developed MRSA in my left leg. How about them apples!!! Must go. I hope that you will write. Take care.

    Sincerely,
    Arthur😃

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