The year the new kitchen was built it went up quickly. Mr. Goodzeck remembers that the plywood and rafters lumber was delivered to the campsite about three days before the camp started. The next day a bunch of men and young fellows worked on the kitchen and got it up. That afternoon after work, Mr. Deller went back to Manning to get shingles. The man working at the lumber yard said, "I just delivered the materials yesterday and you need shingles already?" "Yes," said Mr. Deller. "Well, I'll believe it when I see it, " was the reply. "I was just there," answered Mr. Deller, "and it is up already."
A list of camp assets at this time read: 15.46 acres of land, cookhouse, five cabins, one registration cabin, one speaker's cabin, one cabin, swimming pool, chapel and two washrooms. A large stove was donated to the camp by a gentlemen in Grimshaw which was moved to the camp by Mr. Owen Bayne.