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Linda Kay (Hutchison) Russell
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I came with my parents from the time I was about 5 years old. They owned a cabin that they bought from my great great aunt. We were members of the North Linden EUB Church in Columbus, Ohio and Rev. Ted McGinnis was our pastor, who also owned a lovely cabin. We played with Mike and Patty Baylor at Camp, 2 of Rev. McGinnis' grandchildren. The McGinnis cabin was still there as of about 10 years ago when I last visited.
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We had youth talent night; and special ringside services with song and prayer after the evening service each night. Many friendships were forged and it was just a special time in my life. I recently was very ill and hospitalized, and my memories of Stoutsville helped to sustain me through the long, scary nights. I still remember the crickets and tree frogs singing me to sleep at night, my mother buying corn on the cob from the farmer's truck that ambled through the camp in the mornings, and the "old" tabernacle with the bookstore in the cellar!
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Stoutsville is magical...you will remember it all of your lives....make the time count....the memories sweet...the friendships solid...and let it remain forever in your hearts as a place of worship, peace and renewal!
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Thank you to Randy and Vanessa Ogg, who toured me through the camp about 10 years ago and let me look at cabins available for sale at that time. I cried all the way home because I felt I had returned to "God's Place" and "God's People". Our old cabin had been torn down, and although things looked different in some ways, there were still many things that remained. From the early 1900's until now....my family ties to Stoutsville remain strong in our hearts. My Mom is now 93 1/2 years young, and Stoutsville is someplace we can still share about together. It's all just so good! God's blessings to all of you! I will always love Stoutsville Camp!
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