The Ladies of CMJ

When young ladies were added to the rolls of campers at Camp Martin Johnson how did this change the complexion of camp?  I know for a time the ladies were housed on the facilities at Four Winds Island possibly as a means of segregation.  How did the mixing of the sexes go initially at the camp?  Were activities co-educational? 

Leave us a few comments as to your takes on this issue.  How closely were the staff trained in regard to handling the issues of older teens during this transformational process?  And, what year did girls first begin attending the camp?  Were dances part of the camp program at that time?  All good questions and now I am ready for some answers.  The floor is open!

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