Once upon a time there was a white house that sat on the edge of a small lake in what appeared to be in the middle of nowhere. This house was owned by the church and served many functions. For one it held summer camps for boys and girls. In the summer months the echo of children playing in the cool lake water echoed through the trees. A big room held rows of bunk beds, a separate building housed a huge 6 burner stove to provide food to hungry bellies. This 2600 square foot building also housed young girls who were with child out of wed lock. In those days (over 70 years ago), it was a sin to be pregnant with no husband. To solve the "problem" girls would go away from their community to give birth and give up their child for adoption. The white house was one of those places where they would find refuge in the pregnancy months.
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