On Feb. 13, I walked the Camp facilities with Don Tymrak, Clay Haley and John Sorbel. It was a chilly day and as we walked both of the Camps, we jotted down everything we need to do and would like to do to improve the Camp for your child’s summer Camp experience.
After jotting down 190 different projects, there was a realization that we could use some help! We have a lot of projects and jobs to accomplish before the summer. John and Clay have worked hard this past winter and fall but there is still a lot of work that needs to be done.
Time and money! We all know that anything can be accomplished with time and money. Most of our projects do not take much money, but there are a number of projects that with time can be accomplished . . . and that is where YOU COME IN. I’m appealing to our members for their time and energy on Saturday, April 18, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
We have jobs for both skilled and unskilled folks. We have jobs for the young and old. We can provide community service hours. If you need a place to spend the night, just let us know! We can open up a couple of dorms.
Please RSVP for the Volunteer Work Day by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 830-995-3223 or shooting a text to 909-362-9058 with the name of the volunteer. We need to know if you have a certain skill set, whether or not you will be staying for dinner and if you need a place to sleep.
In addition to providing lunch, we are making arrangements for happy hour, a barbecue dinner and live music for all those who volunteer their time. Agent Brad Klein, who also happens to be a musician, is making arrangements for the musical entertainment and he has assured me that there will be both kinds of music - Country and Western!
If you cannot volunteer for the day but would like to come for dinner and listen to the music, that’s OK too. Cost will be $15 for adults and $10 for children ages 8 to 15.
SPREAD THE WORD among all the members you know so no one misses out on this opportunity to help improve our Camp facilities.