Monday, May 25, 2009

Many Thanks to the Knights of Columbus!

By: Chris Aderhold
Assistant Director

The Baraboo Knights of Columbus Council 746 has a long history of contribution to Camp Gray. In fact, Council 746 was integral in the humble beginnings of Camp Gray, and without their generous gifts of time and talent, Camp Gray wouldn't be the camp that it is today. Several of our cabins (St. Clare, St. William, St. Patrick), and the clearing of the Cassidy Athletic Field, is a direct contribution from the men of 746.

On Saturday, May 9th, several gentlemen from Council 746 came out to Camp Gray to leave yet another lasting mark.
In striving to provide the most adequate facilities for outdoor teaching in our year-round Environmental Stewardship Program (ESP), the decision was made to build a pavilion at camp's Antioch campsite. Antioch plays host to a couple ESP units, in addition to cookouts for our summer campers, making it multi-functioning!

Many thanks to Brian Thompson and the fine gentlemen of the Knights of Columbus Council 746 for your continued support of the ministry of Camp Gray!

Step 1 complete: The posts are in!


Even Relevant Radio's Brian Kelly came out to get some more quality sound bites from Camp Gray's Co-Director, Jeff Hoeben

Thanks again, Knights, for your generous contribution to Camp Gray!

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