Nothing at the camp would be here without an amazing group of volunteers who come up twice a year for our annual work retreats. This is how the cabins were built and how the camp has been maintained over the years.
Whether it is scrubbing down chairs
or finishing the trim on the lodge
the efforts of these amazing people are what maintains Camas Meadows Bible Camp.
Of course there is delicious food to keep the workers going.
Whether you are 99 years old like our founder Del on the left
or nine years old, there is a job that is perfect for you.
From those who are hauling wood
or cutting down any trees that have been killed by Pine Beetles
to those working high on the camp roof
everyone makes a difference. These guys are patching and preparing the inner tubes for the amazing tube hill this winter.
The speaker’s room had a wonderful remodel that made it look bright and fresh and beautiful as well as taking care of that strange hole in the wall.
From simple needs such as a quick mow job
to filling the camp wood shed to fuel the lodge during the cold winter months
to more complex building projects like remodeling the lodge entrance, the needs of the camp are many and varied, but so are the helpers who come and make this all happen.
Thank you so much, from the bottom of our hearts. This couldn’t happen without you!