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Camp Marshall's St. Richard's Cabin Renovation Update: Progress and Opportunities for Volunteers

Greetings, Camp Marshall community! We are excited to share some wonderful news with you all. As summer approaches, the renovation of St. Richard's cabin, also known as the old Arts and Crafts Building, is well underway. It has been a remarkable journey so far, and we couldn't have come this far without the invaluable help of our volunteers. Today, we want to highlight the significant progress made this week and extend an invitation for more assistance.

A Big Week of Achievements:

This past week marked a significant milestone for the St. Richard's cabin project. On Tuesday, we accomplished two major tasks that brought us closer to completion. First, we successfully painted the walls and ceiling, instantly revitalizing the cabin's appearance. The fresh coat of paint breathed new life into the space, creating a more inviting and vibrant atmosphere. Today all of the electrical work, lights, outlets and outdoor lights were installed and the cabin is back to life.


n addition to the painting, we installed a mini-split heat pump. This addition will ensure that the cabin remains comfortable for campers during three seasons for up to 16 people, offering heating and cooling options as needed. The comfort and well-being of our youth campers are always a top priority, and this upgrade will greatly enhance their experience at Camp Marshall.

Future Steps:

While we celebrate the achievements of this week, we acknowledge that there is still work to be done before we can open the doors of St. Richard's cabin to our campers. The upcoming tasks include finishing the painting around the windows, adding trim to the ceiling, windows, and floor, and ultimately painting the floor itself. We are meticulously working towards creating a safe, welcoming, and aesthetically pleasing environment for the youth who will be staying in this cabin over the summer.

Volunteer Opportunities:

We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the volunteers who have contributed their time and effort to this project. Your dedication and support have been invaluable, and we couldn't have made it this far without you. As we continue our journey towards completing the renovation, we are reaching out to our community once again.

If you have the time and willingness to help, we kindly request you to consider becoming one of our Thursday Volunteers. There are numerous projects around camp that require attention, and your involvement could make a tremendous difference. Whether you have skills in carpentry, painting, or simply a willingness to lend a hand, your contribution is essential.

The St. Richard's cabin renovation project at Camp Marshall is progressing steadily, and we are incredibly grateful for the achievements made so far. With the completion of painting and the installation of a mini-split heat pump, the cabin is taking shape as a comfortable and inviting space for our yo

uth campers. However, there is still much to be done, and we humbly ask for your continued support and assistance. To learn more about how to become a facilities volunteer: click here

We encourage you to join our team of volunteers and be part of the transformation happening at Camp Marshall. Your help, no matter how big or small, will have a lasting impact on the campers' experiences and the overall atmosphere of our beloved camp. Together, we can create an environment where children can grow, learn, and make cherished memories.

Thank you for your unwavering support, and please keep us in your thoughts and prayers as we work diligently to complete the St. Richard's cabin renovation project.

By the way - now is a GREAT time to sign up for one of our summer programs. To learn more about our summer offerings: click here

Yours in Christ,

David Campbell

Executive Director

Camp Marshall

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Looks beautiful!!!


This is a great improvement and for those who like working outside, there is plenty of garden prep, too!

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