The venerable Mouse Manor cabin undergoes a complete makeover
In the fall of 2016 CEDA received approval to proceed with the restoration of Mouse Manor, an iconic cabin that in the past provided housing for many Tribal Coordinators, Lodge officers and other summer camp staff members. Spearheaded by CEDA Board Director Steve Baker, the project calls for a complete renovation of the structure so that it can once again be a useful building.
In the fall of 2017, the cabin was braced and then moved so that a new foundation could be installed. In the spring of 2018, new concrete footings were poured and Mouse was returned to its original location. Then work began on replacing the windows, sheeting and siding. New electrical wiring and fixtures have also been installed. 2020 saw the finishing touches of interior furniture and the installation of a deck.