Reportedly "The Happy Place". Lodge took its name from Camp Royaneh. Name is believed to have been made up by the Camp Founders and sounded Indian, most likely by "The Chief" Raymond O. Hanson. Also reported that the name really didn't have a meaning until the early 60's when the directors were pressed for a 'translation', most probably 'translated' by Bob Anino who is responsible for several camp songs and traditions coming from the 50's/60's era.
-- from Everett Holm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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