Saturday, May 18 - Come join the adventure!

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Morning coffee and lunch will be provided. Where: Camp Lawton, 12900 Organization Ridge Road, Mt. Lemmon, AZ 85619 (off Catalina Highway behind the Palisades Visitor Center at milepost 18) When: May 18, 2024; Check in begins at 8.30, projects begin at 9.00. Expect lunch at 12.00, and projects and activities wrapped up no later than 3.00 pm. Contacts: Jon Harned jonathan@lynncapital.org; Shannon Roberts shannon.robertsphd@scouting.org; Don Riegger don@rieggers.com

Celebrate over 100 years of Rotary Service and Scouting collaboration at Camp Lawton's Rotary Service Day.

In 1919, Architect John Lyman, the first Tucson Rotary Club president, prepared and laid out the plan for the first Scout Camp on Mount Lemmon. The club later provided funds for the first permanent structure in 1922 at what became known as Camp Lawton. The collaboration has continued over the last 100+ years as hundreds of Rotarians and thousands of scouts have enjoyed the same pines and cooler weather.

Bring your family and friends for a fun and fulfilling day on the mountain preparing and improving the camp for the coming summer season. We'll be tackling a variety of camp improvements, both easy and challenging, with painting, trail improvements, repairs, and other tasks. You'll also have a chance to try your hand at some scouting skills.

Bring a sense of adventure (as well as the usual gloves, sunscreen, and water bottle).