Lakeshore Camera Club puts its talents on display at Norton Shores Library


by Cynthia Price

The Lakeshore Camera Club is the latest incarnation of an old tradition: the Muskegon Camera Club started meeting over 75 years ago, and its “rebirth” after leadership difficulties in January 2015 merited a new name.

The club, designed primarily as a way for local photographers to hang out with each other, holds two public events a year, one in the late fall and one in the spring.

Last Saturday the group once again came together at Norton Shores Library’s community room.

As President Lisa Califf explained to the Examiner in 2018, the group had to pull together with no records when the previous Muskegon Camera Club president resigned with no notice. However, since then they have created a lot of their own history, with monthly challenges and a Facebook presence.

Among the winners of last week’s show were Duane Schecter first place, Cathy Hunter second place, and Kevin Featheringill third place, in the “Texture” category; and James Kaminski first place, Lisa Califf in both second and third place in the “Antique” Category.

The date for the club’s spring show has already been set. It will be April 25 in 2020.


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