April 28, 2018
Spring Work Weekend!
Free camping to the workers and we’ll feed you Saturday lunch too.
We’ve got a long Project List and looking forward to having many hands help out with checking off a bunch of items.
Here is a list of some of the major items for our Work Day. This list may change as items are added before April 28th.
Wade Lodge, cleanup, maintenance
Trails – clearing
Generators – servicing
Pole Barn – cleanup
Hyde Away Cabin – heater installation
Kybos (14) – check supplies, LED lighting
Adirondacks (2) – inspect
Fire Pits (3) – perimeter, tools, cleanout
Roads – Holes and filling
Wells (2) – Proper signage in place and replace if required
Equipment storage shed – check and inspect and account for all equipment
Play Structure & Bouldering Wall – inspection and weed removal
Peter Smith is pleased to announce the new AHSR Camp Committee has been selected.
- Chair – Peter Smith
- Warden (Vice-Chair) – Patrick Wall
- Deputy Warden (Marketing / Fundraising) – Ian Mollison
- Treasurer – John Ladds
- Area Treasurer – Werner Leidtke
- Administrator – Roxeanne Marberl
- IT Administrator – open
We’ve still got the one open position. The IT Administrator will be primarily responsible for the website, but will also be requested to help in finding groupware applications to help in the sharing and distribution of information with and between the Camp Committee and Ranger Team.
Volunteer for Camp Committee
Scouters Patrick and Peter attended the first Quebec Council Scouters Conference in Montreal to talk with their Scouters and youth about Apple Hill Scout Reserve.
We already have several Scout Groups from the east end of Montreal coming to AHSR, so this provided an opportunity to let other Groups know how close we are to Montreal. Only a 1hr 20min drive from the ScoutCon location.
We had lots of conversations with Scouters looking for an alternative to Tamaracouta.
We’re looking forward to seeing if we get some more Quebec Council Groups coming to our camp.
Peter Smith was appointed as Chair of the AHSR Camp Committee by Odawa Area Commissioner, Charlene Martens, and Marilyn Johnson, Chair Council Properties.
In the past, the Camp Committee had been run by the Area Service Team, so Peter’s first task will be to define the required roles and recruit new members.
Peter has been a Scouter with 8th Orleans for the past 12 years and has helped at many Area and Council level events. Most recently he was Lead for the Voyageur Council Contingent to CJ17.