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Thirty-six years ago, a group of seven Bemidji teachers came to the help of a friend, the late George Naramore, who hurt himself and couldn't get his resort prepared for the summer reason. Now retired, those same teachers still visit the Naramore's Red Squirrel Resort each year to clean the grounds, put in the docks and enjoy the company of friends. From left are Don Meacham, Ted Soular, Jim DeWenter and Wayne Thorson Thursday afternoon. Not pictured are Dallas Way, Galen Knotts and Bill Larson. Pioneer ...

Red Squirrel Resort tradition continues

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Thirty-six years ago, a group of seven Bemidji teachers came to the help of a friend, the late George Naramore, who hurt himself and couldn't get his resort prepared for the summer reason. Now retired, those same teachers still visit the Naramore's Red Squirrel Resort each year to clean the grounds, put in the docks and enjoy the company of friends. From left are Don Meacham, Ted Soular, Jim DeWenter and Wayne Thorson Thursday afternoon. Not pictured are Dallas Way, Galen Knotts and Bill Larson. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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