Traveler’s came, painted, ate, painted more, deconstructed and left camp looking amazing!
A group of about 25 people from Travelers in Hartford came to camp in October for a Day of Caring.
There were a few projects that HC4H wanted to accomplish before the cold weather sets in. ( Today, its a balmy 42 out!)
The Red Shepard cabin was stained on the outside and the porch sealed. The back of the Grant house was stained. There was a small demo project on an old roof that was completed. Camp looks amazing!
Of course, when you come to camp, you are fed like a King! We had burgers on the grill, probably the last grilling of the year, potato salad, deviled eggs, Elsie’s infamous baked beans, donuts and such.
A HUGE thanks to Tony, one of our board members who led the Day of Caring recruitment and to Peter , also one of our board members for gathering the materials and leading the projects for the day.
Volunteers do make a huge difference in our program!!
8 months till camp begins!! Start the countdown!!!
Thanks for all that you do.