Lucia Ibrahim of Montauk was presented with three different proclamations during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the cabin she practically willed into being at the Camp Norweska in the Northwest Woods.
The proclamations cited Ibrahim’s hard work and dedication as she engineered the rebuilding of a cabin to shelter Girl Scouts camping at the site. The cabin had collapsed several years ago.
The cabin, 20 feet by 30 feet in size, has no electricity and no running water. It’s not be used for sleeping, but rather provide shelter from storms when the Girl Scouts camp in on-site. It is wheelchair accessible.