Adventure camp plans spring work weekend

  • Apr. 5, 2006 8:00 a.m.

Submitted by Cleo Burke-The Mount Moresby Adventure Camp Society is having another of its fun-filled work and play adventures. Come on down to the camp Saturday, April 8 and/or Sunday, April 9. There’s fun to be had, and work to be done. Should you like to stay overnight there are bunks available or there is space to pitch a tent. The canoes and kayaks will be on hand for a paddle on the lake, or you can take some time to explore the woods to the Pallant Creek waterfall. Lunch will be provided, and come prepared for a Saturday night potluck feast.
The work will be focused on outdoor landscaping, woodcutting, and simple building projects. Any tools people could bring relating to these chores such as mauls, clippers, hammers, saws, chainsaws, axes, rakes, etc. would be greatly appreciated. As well please come prepared with any personal safety equipment.
If you are planning to join us please call Cléo at 559-4570. Drives can be found for those in need. Happy spring!

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