April 1st is the due date for all forms and deposit ($50.00). Forms are available from Mike or at www.reachwc.org and go to resources, camp forms and workcamper information and release forms. Our identification code (center of the
bottom of the form) is 11MKSILATN1.
May 1st Final payments - totaling $350.
Final day for adds or drops to the workcamper list. There are scholarships available. We have 30 slots reserved.
2011 REACH Trip RE-Scheduled!
In 2011, DI will be taking a group of 9th grade through college age students to Peterstown, WV from July 9 - July 17 to work on homes of the
needy in that area. You do not need to be a member of any particular church to participate. Come be with
us to experience the joy that comes from following Jesus' example to serve those around us in need.
Total cost of the trip will be approximately $350. To reserve your spot now, please
contact Mike Kefauver and GET YOUR FORMS AND MONEY IN RIGHT AWAY.
CLICK THE FORM BELOW - MUST FILL OUT BOTH
Workcamper Release forms.
Peterstown was named after its founder, Christian Peters, who settled in
the area around the time of the Revolutionary War. Christian Peters built the first gristmills in the area and established
Peterstown as a town in 1804, even though there were only two houses in the area at the time. Members of this community have
played important roles in US wars throughout the years, including the Civil and Spanish-American Wars.
Peterstown is almost entirely residential with very few major industries in Monroe County. Most of the residents in Peterstown
commute across the border to Virginia.
Fun Facts about Peterstown:
1928, William P. Jones and father, Grover C. Jones, found the “Jones Diamond,” a 34.48 carat alluvial diamond.
It is the largest alluvial diamond ever discovered in North America!
Mike Foster, a Confederate
soldier from Peterstown, was commended by Stonewall Jackson for being the bravest man in his army!
at a Glance:
- Unemployment Rate: 4.8%
- Population: 492
- Average household income (2005):
- Land area: 0.3 square miles
- Elevation: 1,624 feet
Yeager Airport (CRW)
100 Airport Road
Charleston, WV 25311
Ministering since 1992, Reach Workcamps is a weeklong mission of service to low-income
communities. Working with local agencies and/or local churches, the camps seek to make an impact on residents, communities,
students and adult sponsors who attend. It is a life-changing experience as campers participate in activities that build community
and self-esteem, encourages spiritual growth and enables them to understand their role in combating poverty.
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