Rowe Hall, an original Camp Al-Gon-Quian structure built in the 1920s, has served well for almost 90 years, but the harsh northern Michigan winters have taken their toll, and the beloved building needs to be replaced. Rowe Hall is often considered the heart of AGQ and is one of the first buildings that families see when they arrive at Camp. Whether it holds drama classes, rainy day activities or the weekly dances and talent shows, Rowe Hall brings people together. The Y plans to rebuild Rowe Hall, including its iconic porch and fireplace, enlarging the usable space by ten percent, making the building
more inclusive by becoming handicap-accessible and compliant with modern-day building codes as well as adding much-needed bathrooms.
TOTAL COST: $800,000