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Mark your calendars for our Spring Workday...March 28th, 2020 at 9AM!!

Coffee and pastries are provided in the morning, along with lunch in the Genesis Lodge.  There are projects for all ages and abilities as we prepare Camp for another exciting Summer Season!

 

Adopt - a - Project: If you have a skill, we have a project!

There are many areas at camp that need special attention. If one of these fits your expertise, why not take it under your wing or use it as a mission opportunity for your group?

  • Adopt a Cabin - Put your organization's name on one of 9 camper cabins. Decorate it, brighten it, freshen it, and make it feel like home. Plus, adopting a cabin means you get other benefits when your group wants to do a retreat or have a get-away.
  • Flowers and Frontage - If you've got the green thumb, you may be just the person to keep the flower beds beautiful.
  • Many more areas exist that are not listed here. Call the PHOC office at 419-938-3715 to find the project that is perfect for you.

 

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Volunteer Data Base

We are working to maintain a current database of everyone who invests so much time and talent here. If you have recently moved, or if you simply want to let us know the areas where you enjoy serving most, CLICK HERE to update your information. We look forward to having you at camp again soon!

Maple Syrup

Volunteer to chop wood, tap lines, boil sap, finish syrup, and sell syrup. If you would like to represent camp and sell syrup at the local farmer's market, your church, or someplace creative, we would appreciate your help in converting the syrup into scholarships for campers! If you prefer to work with your hands, you are always welcome to cut, split, and stack wood for the upcoming season. CLICK HERE to read more, or email our head of Syrup Operations, Dick Wiles, at rbswiles75@gmail.com

What Others Are Saying

"Our ten year old son, (Ben), just returned from a week at Pleasant Hill. To better understand the situation, I need to give you a little background. (Ben), our only child, was adopted from Russia at the age of 11 months. And up until last Sunday, he had never spent a night away from us. We are a little protective to say the least. We advised Chris, his counselor, to expect a few challenges and to call us if necessary. According to our son, Chris helped him through some very rough times. Because of his patience and kindness, (Ben) now has a new level of confidence and pride in his abilities. I am so impressed with the time Chris took to calm and reassure a very homesick child, helping him to overcome his fears and make it through the week. Many would have opted for the easy way out, leaving a child with a sense of failure that they would carry with them for a long time. We are so grateful to Chris for what he has given our son and would appreciate if you could pass that on to him."