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Rkyc camp rotary presentation

  1. 1. Camp Rotary
  2. 2. Camp Rotary …a home away from home
  3. 3. Camp Clean-up team
  4. 4. Rotarians at work
  5. 5. New playground
  6. 6. Camp summer schedule 2013 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Staff training Adult adventure camp- Cognitive disability Adult adventure camp- Cognitive disability Camp Dia-best- children with diabetes Camp Goodine-children with cancer Youth Venture Camp Youth Venture Camp Summer Quest Camp- adults with cognitive diability 9 Easter seals Challenge Camp- youth with physical and cognitive disability 30+ 30+ 7-14 7-12 7-17 7-17 7-17 Leadership camps* •These two camps are completed in conjunction with Dia-best and Camp Goodine 1 2 Leader in training Counsellor in Training 13-16 13-16
  7. 7. Adult Venture camp ..enjoying the water
  8. 8. Adult Venture Camp ..enjoying being outside
  9. 9. Adult Venture Camp … this is life!!!
  10. 10. Adult Venture Camp ..nothing like a swing!!
  11. 11. Adult Venture Camp ..enjoying activities together at Camp Open House
  12. 12. Camp Rotary Facts • Located on the beautiful shores of Grand Lake, NB • Owned and operated by the Rotary Club of Fredericton. • Staffing and programming provided by Easter Seals NB. • First summer camp was in 1952 with 18 campers. • Annual 2013 operating budget was approx. $65,000 funded through fundraising in our club along with the very generous support provided by several of the Rotary Clubs in the District each year.
  13. 13. Camp Rotary Chapel Building
  14. 14. Front Entrance
  15. 15. Registration Day in Chapel
  16. 16. Chapel
  17. 17. Camp Rotary Facts • Twenty-one buildings on site with six “adopted” by various Rotary Clubs. • Other Rotary clubs offer support through individual camper sponsorship and donations to general operating fund. • • Four hundred and thirty six (436) campers attended Camp Rotary this summer. • Forty three (43) Camp Counselors and staff were hired by Easter Seals. • Cost per camper this year is $900.00
  18. 18. Accomplishments 2013 • • • • • • Designed and built new entrance to the tunnel Installed a new floor in the kitchen Installed rail slats on the ramp rails Built a new ramp at Sunnyside cabin Purchased a new ride on lawn mover Installed A new lift pump for septic system ; pumped all the septic tanks • Installed fire suppression system over the stove
  19. 19. Accomplishments 2013 • Inspected and repaired as necessary all emergency exit lights • Hired a new maintenance manager • Contracted a new insurance provider • Updated agreement with Easter Seals • Completed all spring cleanup needs • Established a new format for the Camp Committee
  20. 20. Needs for 2014 Item Cost(approx.) Pool Liner $5500.00 Pottery cabin $12,000.00 Commercial Washer and dryer f0r Kum Kleen $5,000.00 Interior washing and painting for Chapel Building $7,000.00 Dishwasher for Lodge $800.00 Wood floor for Tunnel $600.00 Interior Paint for Kum Kleen $900.00 Annual operating costs $70,000.00
  21. 21. A Camp Rotary Story “Brandon & Noah” “We know we’re not disabled … we’re able to do these things. We might just do them a little different”

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