ORPR is an organization that is over half a century old. As generations of campers have come and gone its history and traditions have been protected by people that have been at camp since its opening. As time passes it is important that we document all of our traditions and history from primary sources ( you the alumni) so we can ensure that ORPR remains genuine for the future youth.
The ORPR Historic Preservation Forum is an effort established by ORPRAA. Its goal is for members of ORPRAA to submit all information they may have about ORPR from when they were involved in camp. These stories can be anything from recalling old camp protocol and procedure (i.e. marching commands), to personal experiences and memories. This also includes the gathering of whatever photographs or documents members may have from their time at camp and camp related events.
Submissions are accepted here. And will be published on this page. To ensure the validity of submissions only members of ORPRAA may submit recollections, a password will be given to all members upon sign-up so they may access the submission page.