Camp seeks public interest

  • Jan. 9, 2006 7:00 a.m.

Submitted by the Mount Moresby Adventure Camp Society–Do you love the outdoors? Hiking, kayaking, canoeing, exploring, gardening, playing? Do you believe in the development of programs for the youth and adults of Haida Gwaii that promotes connections with our natural environment and personal growth? Our Mission-The Mount Moresby Adventure Camp Society is an education and retreat facility connecting wilderness and human well-being.
The society is calling for people interested in volunteering with the development of the Mount Moresby Adventure Camp. Whether you like doing hands-on work from maintenance to gardening to construction, or long-term visioning, planning and grant hunting, we welcome you. If you are interested, please contact Cléo Burke @ 559-4570.
The Mount Moresby Adventure Camp Society will be holding its AGM Saturday, January 21 at Willows Golf Club in Sandspit at 1:45pm. We encourage anyone interested in volunteering or becoming a member to join us. All welcome to attend.

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