Camp Get Ready
9:00 A.M. on Saturday, May 19-20, 2018
Eagle River United Methodist Camp
As summer nears, we invite you to come out to volunteer at ERUMC to Spruce up the property. We have jobs for everyone, ranging from garden clean up to building maintenance. Volunteers will be offered a coupon for 50% off cabin rental during non-peak months.
Seeking volunteers to:
- Garden bed clean up and planting
- Gravel road and pathways
- Sweep roofs
- Rebuild Maier cabin outdoor fireplace
- Repair wheelbarrows
- Sort clothing and sleeping bags in laundry room, donated items that aren't needed
- Clean women's bathroom top to bottom
- Shovel out large fire pit and haul off rotten wood
- Fill wood caches
- Sort lodge chairs and set aside ones in need of repair
- Build hand rail for new handicap ramp (lodge)
- Clean ovens, fridges and BBQ
- Window cleaning inside and out
- Organize sports equipments
- Usual cabin deep cleaning: Wipe beds, sweep and vacuum, stock with supplies, and clean kitchens
Most of the cabins are reserved for Saturday night so if anyone knows
of volunteers who may like to stay over, please call the Camp to make
arrangements. The Treat and 2 winter cabins are still available.
Thank you all for everything you do we hope to see you out here!
Donations designated “camp improvements” would be greatly appreciated and may be mailed to:
Sergei Morosan and Traci Almlie, Camp Managers
Eagle River United Methodist Camp (ERUMC)
P.O. Box 211385, AUKE BAY, AK 99821.
Can’t stop but would like to participate? Have an entire Group? Please contact the managers, the work is endless and we would be happy to host anytime.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR SUPPORT and COMMITMENT!
Please RSVP and direct all questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call camp at- (907) 789-3734
The camp is located just past Eagle river at 28 mile Glacier Hwy.
2:00 P.M. Saturday, July 8, 2018
Lee Sandor Memorial Tea
The Juneau Garden Club, Lee’s P. E. O. Chapter, and Douglas
Community United Methodist Church are hosting a Tea in
memory of our dear, Lee Sandor.
Tea and refreshments will be served and a donation
will be taken for R.E.A.C. H., an organization that Lee helped
start here in Juneau. R.E.A.C.H. just celebrated its 40 th
Anniversary and serves an average of 400 individuals with
disabilities, in Southeast Alaska.
Save the Date and stay tuned for more information! Thanks!
Gary was born on the 26th of September, 1964 at St. Ann's Hospital in Juneau, Alaska, and walked into the woods in Ketchikan, Alaska on the 7th of April, 2018.
Gary Bell was a loved, and loving Father, Son, Brother, Uncle, Nephew and Cousin. Gary was a teacher who loved kids, a fisherman, an Alaska National Guard Veteran, a merchant seaman, charter boat skipper, and more.
He is preceded in death by his son, Douglas; sister, Cheryl; uncle, John; grandparents, Tex and Dottie White, Bill Bell and Vera Porter; and way too many friends.
Gary is survived by his son Jonas; his folks Barb and Dennis; sister Donna; brother Kevin and his wife, Angela; life partner Samantha Coronell; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, niece, nephews, and friends.
"We will miss ya, kid. Peace at last. Out."