Dining Hall Renovations
The existing Dining Hall was built in 1961 and was in need of renovations to bring it up to current standards and also improve its’ functionality in light of todays’ changing expectations. When built in 1961 it was placed on concrete blocks set on the ground. Over the years it had shifted, sagged and tilted. Surprisingly the building was still fairly solid. However it did need some major improvements.
Before any improvements could be made, the building needed to be set on a solid foundation. The building was raised, a solid concrete foundation poured, new beams added and the building was set back down on the new foundation.
Since that was completed, other work was done to re-design of the front of the building which included new flooring, new steel roof, new kitchen oven, new suppression hood over stoves, and several other upgrades. These improvements will not only enhance the experience but will provide for improved accessibility.
New tee shirts, plus some other new surprises are in store for the summer.
Drinks, snacks and novelty items are available daily for purchase in the Camp Cherith Tuck Shop.
Tuck money is deposited with us on registration day. Any unspent money is returned when your camper leaves.
There is a daily limit on the ‘snack’ purchases, but shirts, hats and other items are not limited.
Suggested tuck deposit? Between $25 and $30.
If you have any ideas email camp at email@example.com
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