Barren Ridge Spring Clean-Up Day
Date & Time
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Available Registration slots: 30
Register 1 or more individuals:
Sponsored by: Barren County Service Unit
Who should attend:
- Cadette/Senior/Ambassador Troops, Adult Volunteers, Friends of Girl Scouting
The Camp Barren Ridge Site Committee is sponsoring a work day to help clean up and prepare the camp for the spring and summer camping season. We will be doing such work items as putting up the platform tents, cleaning up and marking trails, cleaning up canoes/kayaks and that area, cleaning and repairing teams course area, cleaning and making repairs in the units. Please bring items such as work gloves, lopping shears, cleaning rags, and a couple of garbage bags. You can bring power tools if you are experienced with using them.
The committee will provide lunch for volunteers who attend. We are planning to have door prizes as well. We will have a great time enjoying each other’s company while we clean-up and make any needed repairs for the camp. Troops or volunteers who plan to help with the workday can spend the night at camp either the night before or after the clean up. That will be on your own and you will need to follow the usual camping rules and procedures, including having a first aider and a person certified in Camp-B to stay in the lodge or Camp Out to stay in the Eureka tents or your own tents. The Tent unit will not be available for this weekend. The accommodations will be shared if multiple troops are coming to work and stay at camp. Call Marsha York if you have questions. See contact information below:
Marsha York, 515 Lexington Dr, Glasgow, KY 42141 Phone # 270 678-3060 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration is due by April 4th so we can plan accordingly for food and be sure there is enough space at camp for those who would like to spend the night.
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