A message from Director John Moore: “One of my constant goals is to reduce the work of the camp. Many of our improvements not only increase the quality of camp but are also designed to reduce the work. New water softeners make nice water for campers, but also eliminate ruse cleaning for our housekeepers. New sidewalks and landscaping around the Boy’s Cabins look beautiful but are also designed to reduce flooding and clean up after rainwater damages units. Changing the color of the towels makes less handwashing of makeup stains. You can help those who minister to you and others! I want new tools for the staff that work! New blades in our tabletop planer, a new diamond blade in our concrete saw, the concrete floors sealed in the cabins to prevent moisture that leads to mold growth, and a new water pressure tank to further eliminate rust cleaning work. I dream of a maintenance package for our Case skid steer. If I dream big, I see a no-maintenance floor for the Fireside Room and Dining Hall.” Below are projects that are designed to make camp run efficient and reduce the daily work of our employees. Please consider praying for and donating to these worthy projects! Colored Towels: Being $800 Planner Blades: $350 Case Skid Steer Maintenance: $1000 Boy’s Cabin Floor Sealants: Being estimated Fireside/Dining Hall No Maintenance Floor: Being estimated Please use our corporate sponsors for all your commercial insurance needs. Your Ministry, how safe is it today? The Ministry Risk Manager & Insurance Manager with GuideOne Insurance.