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Here we go a’blogging

Here we go a’blogging… The first entry is a bit daunting. I’ve been thinking about starting a blog for Lake Logan since I began as executive director a year and a half ago. I’ve been hesitant because I don’t want to start it and not be able to keep up.

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Fish of Lake Logan

Fish of Lake Logan March 25, 2019 People ask us all the time what kind of fish they can catch at Lake Logan. Thanks to Matt Rhea, who teaches in the Fish and Wildlife Management Technology Department at Haywood Community College and worked with students at Lake Logan to complete

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Stay the Night

Something special happens on overnight retreats at Lake Logan. It’s those informal times when unplanned, meaningful conversations happen, people feel more relaxed, and friendships are sealed. Organizations often choose to host day-only retreats. Or they give participants the option to commute while some spend the night. There are lots of

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Choosing a Summer Camp

Traditional summer camp allows for freedom kids today rarely experience. At camp, children get to be creative, take risks, and explore new activities and ideas in an environment of safety and controlled chaos. They are also required to disconnect from devices so they can connect with people, nature, and –

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The Debt

Here’s a fun topic: the debt for Lake Logan. It’s been a long road for a lot of you who have walked it with us, and we’re almost to the end of it (hence the lovely photo at the top of this page). Lake Logan has no more mortgage debt,

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