Camp Lawroweld (ME) Project
Each year, Maranatha works with organizations in the United States and Canada to provide volunteer labor for various construction or renovation projects. Camp Lawroweld is one of our many efforts based in North America.
Camp Lawroweld was originally constructed as “North Woods Maine Camp” for the boys of Yale University. Built around 1900, this post and beam lodge has one of the largest stone fireplaces in the state of Maine. The camp is situated on beautiful Lake Weld, a natural glacial lake surrounded by mountains.
Volunteers on this project will help with renovations to the lodge, including wood paneling, flooring, and finishing.
Please consider joining us on this project!
Project stats: 237 vol days*7hrs*$30=$49,770.
1.Boys staff house: tiled bathroom and provided electrical in kitchenette.
2.Girls bathroom – tiled floor
Laundry room – trusses, new ceiling, metal roof and electrical.
Sidewalk-installed 400 ft
3.Lodge upstairs-finished trim for door and hung two doors. Installed vanities, toilets, showers.Installed screen door for loft, dividers for toilets, tiled bathroom in loft, electrical and light fixtures.
4. Store, electrical and set up wifi.
5. Set up a dock area for camp.
6. Cleaned fire pit area of fallen trees and debris
7. Build beds for wrangler cabin.