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We’ll leave the light on for ya!

Volunteers Graves 260Every organization has to budget for “keeping the lights on.” At Warm Beach Camp that cost just got a whole lot cheaper thanks to a grant from our electrical service provider, Snohomish Co. PUD, and some really hard working volunteers.

Several months ago, WBC received a grant from the PUD that paid for 85% of a $15,000 lighting upgrade project that will drastically improve the efficiency of the lighting in Cedar Lodge. After the ballasts and bulbs have been replaced, the Camp will save over $3,000 a year in energy costs.

Not only this, but all the lights are being replaced by three wonderful volunteers, Bob, Evie, and Rob Graves. Bob and Evie are members of an RVing volunteer organization called Hardhats for Christ. They have pulled their rig onto the grounds of WBC for the next several weeks to take on this huge project for the Camp.

Bob is a retired electrician who worked for 49 years in the trade. Rob, their son, who has joined them for the project, also works as an electrician. Together, the family agrees that they like to do volunteer work because they “love the Lord” and see their work as “a tithe of time and ability.”

Warm Beach Camp would like to thank the Graves family for their time and effort on this project. The outcomes will be long lasting. We praise the Lord daily for volunteers like you.

Connecting Jesus

Then Jesus took them through the writings of Moses and all the prophets, explaining from all the Scriptures the things concerning himself. Luke 24:27 NLT Have you ever wanted to spend a few hours with a person to just be influenced and taught by them for a little while? Imagine being able to do that with Jesus! The unknown third person (Jesus) took the time to walk with these two on this 7-mile journey through the writings of Moses and ...

Come a Little Closer

I stopped in to visit my Father-In-Law, now 90 years old. He is a farm kid athlete from Snohomish WA. “Crazy Legs” was his nickname for speed and agility in football and track. In High School, the Lord got hold of his life, and he ended up being a pastor. As I knocked on his door, he met me with tears of joy in his eyes as he had been reflecting on a particular Sunday a long time ago when ...

The New Horsemanship Donor Relations Coordinator

Warm Beach Camp is excited to announce Mary-Grace Wallace as the first Horsemanship Donor Relations Coordinator! Mary-Grace was born and raised in Sedro Woolley, Washington. She attended Central Washington University, has a background in Genealogy, a Veterinary Technician degree, and is currently taking online equine classes to expand her expertise within the equine field. Mary-Grace has diverse work experience, including being a Veterinary Technician, a contractor for the Washington State Treasurer’s office for fifteen years, worked as a fundraising consultant ...