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Dining Hall Update & Other News

Thanks to all the guys who came out on Saturday, February 19th to work in the dining hall.  We got the platform built for the furnace that will heat the bathrooms and conference room.  We started pulling the electrial wire for the dining hall and completed some other small projects.  Our next big project is to start hanging the drywall on the dining hall ceiling.  If you would like to help, let us know. Stay tuned for more info.

Friendly Benwood Community Christian Youth Campground is on Facebook.  If you would like to stay up to date with campround activities, join our Facebook page.

The campground will be hosting a spring Country Rhodes Fish Fry at the campround on May 14th from 4-7.  Join us for all you can eat catfish, walleye, chicken strips and popcorn shrimp and help support the campground projects.

Thanks to everyone who has made donations in memory of a loved one.  We appreciate your support in the campground.

The campground board would like to express our sympathy to the family of Charlie Hapenny.  Not only was Charlie a neighbor to the campround, he was a long time supporter who had worked many hours at the campground and fundraising activities.

Congratulations to former caretaker Gale Jarvis on his recent marriage.

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The campground board would like to thank everyone who helped move kitchen equipment today. Jack's Fine Foods of Brazil donated a commercial refrigerator and convection oven to the campground. Convection ovens are very heavy and it took many hands to get it safely moved to the dining hall. Thanks again to each of you, may God Bless each of you. We also finished up cleaning the range hood and also got it moved into the dining hall. The next project is to get it installed.

We welcome new caretakers

We would like Jeremy and Megan Palm as the new caretakers of the campground. They are currently finishing moving in to the house and have begun their duties. If you have any questions, stop by and visit with them. We also want to take this time to thank Dan Baty for his years of service as caretaker. May God Bess each of you!