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Make a difference with your time, talents, and treasures…

Isn’t God amazing?  We have had so many requests for a page on our website so people can come along side us here at Cedar Glen.  Why do we say amazing?  Well, we know how tough things can be for people financially, and to still have willing hearts to support us is well, just amazing.  So here is the list of our needs in no particular order.  If you have any question just contact us.

  • Basketballs
  • Ping-Pong Balls, Paddles, Nets
  • Volleyballs, Net, and court marker
  • Tether-ball
  • Pool Toys and equipment
  • Pool Table & Accessories
  • Ping Pong Table
  • Foosball Table
  • Podium or Lectern for Wyatt Chapel & Camerer Hall
  • 2 PA Systems
  • $12,000 to rebuild the patio covers at Camerer Hall. 
  • $12,000 for Maintenance Vehicle
  • $30,000 for Bob-Cat Tractor
  • $50,000 to re-plumb camps water systems*****
  • $40,000 John Deer 110 Tractor
  • $80,000 to replace 1/2 the roads*****
  • $160,000 to redo all the roads in camp
  • $15 Million to build proposed Retreat Center

*****Our immediate and critical needs

Future Renovations

We are excited to announce plans for renovations of our Assembly Village cabins (Cedar Glen, Silverado, Bell, and Mission Hills). Half of Silverado is under renovation to be used as a model of what our other cabins will look like when the process is complete.  Each cabin will cost $46,000.00 to complete and will include an extra “break-out” room for small group meeting purposes, new larger bathrooms, larger showers and changing rooms new double-paned windows, better lighting, better insulation, more outlets, etc… Because of generous donations from the Akers Trust, we are only $10,000.00 away from our goal to “break ground” on our first cabin (Cedar Glen) which will be renamed in honor of our gracious contributor.  If you would like to donate to this effort, please contact Jason Kuiper our camp director at: cedarglendirector@calpaccamps.org or call at (760)703-7389 (cell) or (760)765-0477 (office).

Possible Eagle Scout/Youth Group Projects

  • Develop & Build a small Organic Interpretive Garden
  • Develop & Build a Recycling Interpretive Center
  • Knot Learning Station at the Climbing Tower
  • Benches throughout camp/outdoor chapel
  • Paint a cabin or building
  • Add more information on Flora, Fauna, Geology, Geography, Local Animal & Bird educational materials at our Porcupine Interpretive Center
  • Build a GA GA Pit