Your donations have helped give Shalom House an entirely new look. The building’s exterior has cement board siding which has a life span of 40+ years. This investment into a higher quality siding product was made to reduce the amount of annual maintenance on 80 buildings at Trout Lake Camps. That’s stewardship.
Volunteers, like Malcolm (above photo on left) from Duluth, have significantly reduced the cost of labor which keeps the overall project costs down. Meaning, your donated dollars are extending further with the dozens of volunteers who have worked on Shalom. That’s value.
The next steps with the Shalom House Renovation are to paint, install the sprinkler system and complete the landscaping. If you are interested in volunteering to complete any phase of the project contact Mark Grindahl at Trout. That’s partnership.
Thanks for your continued support to Project 365. It makes a huge difference in God’s ministry at Trout and kids’ lives are being transformed because of Jesus. That’s Trout.