So help is always welcome. An impromptu group came together on June 11 at Camp Lorraine on Vank Island. They were ready for a very special project. James had been working on doors for the upstairs of the lodge. Prior to this project the rooms were separated by curtains, which gave minimal privacy. Money had been donate by a friend at the Ketchikan Seventh-day Adventist church to see the doors built.
The doors are the handiwork of James who spent countless hours getting them ready. Not to mention hauling them over to the camp and then with the help of family varnishing the doors. Once that week long process was done they needed to be installed. This is where the volunteers came in. The group helped haul doors up the stairs and clean the rooms so they would be ready for the next camp group.
Among other projects, the volunteers cleaned the kitchen and the lodge area, both of which had been afflicted with sawdust from the door project. The lawn was mowed and tools were put away. It was a very tired but happy group that left that evening with satisfaction of a job well done.
Many thanks to those who donate their time and money to see projects like this completed. To learn more about camp please click here.