Brenner speaks on camp at RotaryNick Schmidt introduced Tom Brenner, director of Crystal Springs Camp, at last week’s Rotary Club meeting.
Nick Schmidt introduced Tom Brenner, director of Crystal Springs Camp, at last week’s Rotary Club meeting.
Brenner thanked Rotary members for allowing him to share on their programs and gave some of its history. All of the sleeping quarters are air conditioned and can be used year around. The camp has a 300-foot water slide, a Frisbee golf course and a climbing wall. This past year the camp served more than 4,000 people. The theme for the camp is “Building Lives on the Cornerstone of Christ.”
Doug Frolich presided over the Feb. 28 meeting, Gary Riffe gave the invocation, Harvey Huber and Gina Dahl, the club’s new piano player, led the group in singing. Lyman Keim collected “Happy Dollars” which were given to a waitress who is expecting twins in May.
Frolich reminded members to get their tickets for the upcoming Wine and Brew Ha Ha tasting event and silent auction, which will be April 19 Gladstone Inn & Suites. Tickets can be purchased from Rotary members for $15 per person. The silent auction will also be going on during the evening.
Guests at the meeting were Jamestown High School students Alison Almer and Matt Kopp.
Mark Sherfy is in charge of today’s program, the invocation will be by Tim Ottmar, song leader is Marv Tokash and sergeant-at-arms is Steve Listopad.