A motley crew

9 leave the den only to come back again


Submitted 5 months ago
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Demo sofronas

Norwich Lions travel to Cabot Vermont to spruce up the Lions Club Green Mountain Camp


Nine members of the Norwich Lions club escaped the den thinking that they would take a joy ride to Cabot Vermont and enjoy a beautiful day at camp. Little did they know, they were selected to help clear trails, cut and stack wood, collect brush for the burn pile, paint decks, and set up newly purchased Adirondack chairs.  All this was done by a great team of Lions from throughout the state of Vermont to prepare the Green Mountain Lions camp for the 2018 summer events.
Information on the Green Mountain Lions camp is below 

Green Mountain Lions Camp 2018
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July 1 - July 21

$395 – $750

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The Green Mountain Lions Camp (formally Austine Green Mountain Lions Camp) is back and better than ever!  Our camp has brought together Deaf and Hard of Hearing kids and teens from all over New England and beyond for over 30 years.  Our beautiful new location is in Cabot, VT.  The new campus has hiking trails, fields to play on, a barn for indoor activities, craft cabin and waterfront swimming and boating!  Memories are made and forever friendships formed in an environment of total communication access.  The primary language used at camp is American Sign Language (ASL) and we guide and encourage new signers to practice and use ASL to foster an environment of access and inclusion.

 

Go to our website at http://greenmtnlionscamp.wixsite.com/gmlcamp

or email us at greenmtnlionscamp@gmail.com for more information or to register.

   Photo credit goes to Steve Flanders, Gary De Gasta and Demo Sofronas

Great fun and teamwork made this a very enjoyable event

Peter Stanzel and Nickolaas Bekker clearing the brush on the trails

Putting up decorative panels on one of the buildings

District 45 Lions members cutting down fallen trees and brush

David Lemal hauling brush to the brush pile

And a nice bonfire this will make

Demo Sofronas stacking some freshly cut wood

She is swabbing the decks with some much needed paint

Break time

Such a beautiful place

Taking a moment to sell our Norwich Fair meadow muffins to other Vermont Lions club members

A happy trail is a clean trail

Lots of wood cut and brush removed

 District 45 members manning the grill and getting ready to feed us

Waiting for lunch to be served

Nickolaas Bekker and Brion McMullan trying to figure it out and they did

 Peter , Jim , Gary , and Demo  (it takes a crew)

Three Adirondack chairs later and the job is done

Seated from L to R  is Peter Stanzel,Steve Flanders,and Gary De Gasta

Standing is Demo Sofronas,Brion McMullan,David Lemal,  and Jim Eakin

A nice view

This watering hole will be a good spot for campers to cool off soon


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