Camp KOK needs volunteers to demolish the Creekside Cabin which was damaged during Hurricane Ivan and has become a hazard for camp-goers and the YMF is assembling a team to help.
Join us on Saturday, November 14th to help us prepare for winter and improve camp. We need skilled and unskilled laborers to help us build, paint,split, clear, and clean camp. Continental breakfast, lunch and T‐shirts for all volunteers will be provided.
This is a great opportunity to see how something is built—by tearing it down! Students are encouraged to sign up.
FALL WORK DAY SCHEDULE
Breakfast: 8:00‐8:30 a.m.
Projects: 8:45 a.m.
Lunch: 12:00 p.m.
Projects: 12:45 p.m.
Wrap‐Up: 3:30 p.m.
Founded in 1926 — Camp Kon-O-Kwee was founded in 1926 as a YMCA summer camp for children. It encompassed 265 acres of fields, forests and countryside along the Connoquenessing Creek, five miles west of Zelienople, Pennsylvania.
A Recognized Leader…Today Camp Kon-O-Kwee/Spencer encompasses 500 acres with 45 seasonal cabins and 27 lodges. Camp Kon-O-Kwee/Spencer has become a nationally recognized model for camps pursuing specialized programs including:
Adaptive camping & sports for children and adults with physical and mental disabilities
Adventure programs for inner city youth-at-risk
Outdoor & Environmental Education
Contact Karl Sieg for more info.