Lumberjack Day  

October 7, 2017   9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

It's time to make sure our wood piles are stacked deep and wide for the upcoming winter season. Every log we split will go towards heating staff homes and camp buildings. Every log we burn is money saved! Come be a lumberjack for the day where you can enjoy working outdoors and participate in meeting this practical need. We have plenty of work for every age and skill level. Join us!


Coffee/donuts available in the morning! Lunch will also be provided!

Third Annual Story Harvest Celebration

November 4, 5:30-8:30 p.m.

at Northbridge Community Church

216 Mystic Pine Trail

Cranberry Twp, PA 16066


Come enjoy a delicious dinner, silent auction and conversation with Pine Valley campers where you'll hear powerful stories of life change.  There is no charge but there will be an opportunity for a love offering. 


RSVP to the camp office by October 27th.  

info@pinevalleycamp.org

724 752 1661 ext. 10


Corporate/Business Opportunities to Sponsor the Story Harvest Event:

  • Sponsor a Table @ $200 (we need 25 at this level).  Company name displayed on table centerpiece and listed in event program. 
  • Sponsor the Hors d'oeurve Hour or Lobby @ $500 (we need 3 at this level).  Company name displayed in lobby where hor d'oeurves will be served and listed in event program. 
  • Sponsor the Stage @ $1000 (we need 1 at this level).  Name displayed on center stage during main event and listed in event program.  
  • Sponsor the Meal @ $2500 (we need 2 at this level).  
  • Donate a Silent Auction item.

 

NOTE: All donations are tax deductible and benefit the mission of Pine Valley Camp.  

 

GOAL: If we fill all sponsor spots, we will have $12,500 to cover the cost of the event. 

 

You may send a check to Pine Valley Camp with 'Story Harvest' in the memo line, or contact Emily Toland in the office @ 724-752-1661 EXT. 10 with any questions. 

4th Annual Benefit Motorcycle Ride

May 20, 2017

Dear Riders, Sponsors and Friends,


May 20th was an excellent day for the 4th Annual Ride for Hope, Healing and a Future benefit motorcycle ride at Pine Valley Camp!  Riders came, sponsors gave and volunteers served.  Best of all the weather cooperated and gave us a dry, pleasant day! 


A group of 75 riders rode 90+ scenic miles through Beaver, Butler, Lawrence and Mercer counties, with refreshment stops at the New Castle Harley Davidson and Wendell August Forge.  Following the ride, everyone returned to camp to enjoy dinner outside, listen to blues music by the band Eugene & the NightCrawlers, and hear who the winners were of the 50+ auction items and raffles on hand.   

  

Many individuals and organizations worked together to make this event a success.  We had 76 sponsors lend their support financially or with an in-kind gift, and 20+ individuals who volunteered their time to prepare the food or to ensure the day ran smoothly.  As a result of these efforts, approximately $7,800.00 was raised to benefit the ministry of Pine Valley Camp!  

 

The monies raised this year will be directed towards the Rebuild Campaign, which entails building a new dining hall, quad-plex cabin, pavilion and boys bath house on the camp’s property.  Pine Valley desperately needs to build these structures in order to continue serving the hurting and at-risk kids who come to camp each year.  Last summer 708 campers experienced a safe and loving atmosphere here and had fun just being a kid.  This year, that number and more are expected, and the extra space is needed so that no child is turned away because of no room.  Pine Valley has been serving youth for 22 years now and they continue to faithfully fulfill their mission of “Rebuilding Broken Lives through Christ.”


In closing, thank you for your willingness to support this event.  Your generosity is greatly appreciated!

 

Sincerely,

 

Event Team Members:

Carrie Baker                                    Connie Miller

Dale & Becky Conrad                      Mike & Sarah Ruth

Jody & Scott Eldridge                      Bob & Tracy Sethman

Frank & Karen Klinzing                   Todd Wehr