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Preservation & Restoration

Support Camp Tuscazoar

The Camp Tuscazoar Foundation, Inc. invites you to make a contribution to support the restoration of a rare 1926 movie filmed at Camp Tuscazoar.

As a “Thank You!” for your donation to our Not-For-Profit foundation, you will be rewarded with a free copy of one or more of the items listed below:

Signs of the Times: The End of Camp Tuscazoar and the Beginning of Seven Ranges DVD

Sign of the Times DVDThis remarkable DVD captures the ending of Camp Tuscazoar and the beginning of Seven Ranges Scout Reservation.  Featuring footage shot in 1985, 1986 and 1987, this DVD offers a look back at daily life at Camp Tuscazoar in the mid-1980's.  Dining hall skits, songs, retreat ceremonies, program activities and the eventual packing up of Camp Tuscazoar for the move to a new summer camp home are all included.  This DVD, which is available for a $10 donation, captures both the sadness and excitement as the Buckeye Council prepared for its historic move to a new camp.


The Spirit of Seven Ranges and Tuscazoar in Song and Verse CD

The Spirit of Seven Ranges and Tuscazoar in Song and Verse CD Cover In 1986, as Buckeye Council was preparing for their last summer camp season at Camp Tuscazoar, a group of camp staff members committed themselves to serve for two summers to help ease the transition to a new camp.  Known as the "Bridgebuilders" these camp staffers carried the rich programs and traditions from Camp Tuscazoar to the new Seven Ranges Scout Reservation.  This CD includes several musical selections that pay tribute to this transitional time in the history of area Scouting and is available for a $10 donation.


Sunday Night Vespers on Pioneer Point by Robert Hahn

 Hahn DVD cover Beginning in th 1930's, on the first night of summer camp, Scouts hiked to the highest point in camp to hear the stories of the land, its ancient people and the Scouts and Scouters who began the traditions followed today during the summer camp week.  The Sunday Night Vespers was begun by Council Executive George Deaver and was continued by Robert Hahn, longtime Scoutmaster of Troop 34.  Since those early days, more than ten thousand Scouts have had the privilege of sitting for a brief time on that old Indian lookout, learning about our heritage.   For many, it's been one of the most memorable moments of summer camp   This DVD records the traditional talk given by Mr. Hahn for more than two decades at Pioneer Point and is available for a $10 donation.


C. Bernard Myers Last Vespers CD

C. Bernard Myers, Last Vespers - Thunderbird Hill, July 2003 C. Bernard "Bernie" Myers was among those Scouts who camped at the Canton Council's first summer camp at Turkeyfoot Lake in 1920.  In 1921, as a Second Class Scout, he was selected to write an article for the Canton Repository and he received his First Class badge at the first Council Court of Honor later that year.  Bernie served on the summer camp staff in 1924 and he received his Pipestone the second week that the ceremony was performed in 1926.  In later years, Bernie served on many Council camp staffs as Camp Director, Commissioner and Chaplain.  He also served as president of the Buckeye Council Executive Board for many years and was a leader in WoodBadge Training for several decades.  This CD records his last vespers talk at Seven Ranges Scout Reservation in 2003 and is available for a $10 donation.