In early 2010, Manitoba's oldest landed naturist club lost its home of 40 years when the campground's owners decided to take it textile. With pure determination and sheer will, our small membership immediately began the task of purchasing new land of our own and building what is now known as Naturist Legacy Park.... So how did we go from absolutely nothing to something quite amazing in just two short years? Countless hours of "outside the box" thinking and planning produced a solid business plan for a naturist park that inspired enough confidence in our members to both fund it and build it. We owe money only to ourselves, with not one thin dime owed to any external bank or lender.... Naturist Legacy's business structure is somewhat unique. It's not a "mom and pop" club, a co-op or a commercial, for-profit corporation. We are instead a membership-based non-profit (non-share) corporation. No one "owns" Naturist Legacy. It's governed and managed by a board of directors (elected by the membership), who are in turn governed by the corporation's by-laws.... Our corporation's mission is to provide continuity and stability and endurance for landed naturism in Manitoba. That mission is both our present and our future.
Excerpts from "Manitoba's Naturist Legacy is open for business" by the Naturist Legacy Board
Going Natural magazine, Winter 2012-13
The full text of this article is available from John Kundert on request.
More media coverage: "Determined Nudists Earn A New Beginning", "Crocus Grove Sun Club Rises From The Ashes To Become Naturist Legacy Inc.", "Nudists purchase new camp near Libau", "Nudists get new hangout"
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