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Welcome Dwight Vlach, New Volunteer Coordinator

Please join us in giving a warm welcome to Dwight, our new Volunteer Coordinator!

Many of you will recognize Dwight who also serves as our Accommodations Manager. Dwight and his wife, Cheryl, joined Warm Beach Camp thirty-four years ago in 1987 and had three children while on staff; Jonathan, Joshua & Janie. They have recently welcomed daughters-in-law, Trisha and Tasha, and are grateful to see all of their children established and doing well as young adults. 

When asked “What do you love about working at Warm Beach Camp?” Dwight answered “I am grateful for the team atmosphere and seeing lives impacted for Christ and His kingdom.” Dwight has faithfully built the Accommodations team over these many years, welcoming people of all ages and backgrounds into the team. 

As the new Volunteer Coordinator, Dwight intends to continue this team focus, desiring to make a difference in people’s lives through working with volunteers, both year-round and seasonal.  

Thanks, Dwight for taking the lead in the new season! 

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