20 Jun Work Week Wrap – Day 7
Our dedicated group of volunteers has been at it for a full week and the results are tremendous! There are still a few areas left to mow and weed-eat around campus, but the athletic fields are done so we will be able to put down benches on Friday. Kudos to former camper and staff member Beau Pettinos (and father of S4G counselor Ciara) for slaving away on a weed-eater all day. The Directors’ cottages were also given a thorough cleaning and are ready to go.
The Lifeguarding training is almost completed and we will have eight new certified guards to assist at the Waterfront this summer. The nine 55 gallon drums of paint (almost 6,300 lbs.) were delivered for the newly-paved S4G Tennis courts – that job will require a lot of people!
It has become a Work Week tradition that we enjoy a feast supplied by Dreamland BBQ in Alabama. On the menu: pork spareribs, fried okra, sweet potato biscuits, sweet potatoes and pecan pie. After a week of hard labor this is a well-deserved reward!