Camp Winnebago recording of Winnebago Glorious
Contributed by Camp Winnebago
Recording of campers from Camp Winnebago in Fayette singing "Winnebago Glorious," the first song on side 1 of the vinyl record produced for the camp in 1964. The words and music of "Winnebago Glorious" were written by a camper and adopted by vote of the boys in 1947 to be their Alma Mater. The song is introduced by camp director Howard "Uncle Howie" Lilienthal.
Camp Winnebago was founded on the shores of Echo Lake in 1919 and is a camp for boys ages 8 - 15.
Words to "Winnebago Glorious", words and music by Bruce Lewis.
Oh Winnebago, glorious,
We raise a song to thee.
our camp on wooded hilltop high,
We love so faithfully.
Thru storm and strife we'll stand by thee,
Our hearts are ever thine.
We'll fight for you, in all we do,
Our camp in God's own shiren.
Oh, Alma Mater, dear to us,
We pledge undying love.
Thru all the coming years we pray
That you will reign supreme.
And when we dream of bygone day,
We'll raise our voices in thy praise.
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- Title: Camp Winnebago recording of Winnebago Glorious
- Creator: Camp Winnebago
- Creation Date: 1964
- Subject Date: 1964
- Town: Fayette
- County: Kennebec
- State: ME
- Media: sound disc
- Object Type: Video and sound
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RR 3 Box 1400, Kents Hill, ME 04349
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