Stevens Lodge Stewardship Weekend - June 24-26, 2022

Join in the fun by volunteering at a stewardship weekend at Stevens Lodge June 24-26, 2022. This weekend will include a bathroom tear-out and lodge clean-up.
Derek Lester Derek Lester
Stevens Lodge Chair
June 14, 2022

Are you looking for a fun and rewarding stewardship experience? Join us for a weekend at Stevens Lodge to give back Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26. You can join for one or more days to help tear out an old bathroom and prepare it for a much-needed remodel. We will also clean out the lodge of 40+ year of accumulated junk. 

We're hoping to get 25 volunteers per day for Saturday and Sunday, and we're grateful to get any help Friday too! Volunteers will be fed and you can stay for free for the weekend! We promise this will be a rewarding and satisfying way to earn stewardship credits, and it is a fun way to meet other like-minded Mountaineers while joining the Stevens Lodge family. Follow the link below to officially register for Saturday or Sunday, and read on for more information about lodging and volunteering on Friday.

REGISTER

Additional Details

  • The lodge will be open beginning Friday at 4pm, and closing on Monday at 10am.
  • Official workdays are Saturday, and Sunday from 9am – 5pm. We will also welcome any volunteers starting Friday at 4pm to help prep for the weekend.
  • Volunteers can stay overnight Friday, Saturday, and/or Sunday night. Just bring your own sleeping bag and pillow.

Provided Meals

  • Dinner Friday night
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner Saturday and Sunday
  • Breakfast Monday morning.

Lodging

To register to stay overnight, please email Stevens Lodge Chair Derek Lester at lester.derek@gmail.com.

Register

Follow the link below to officially register for Saturday or Sunday. Please email Stevens Lodge Chair (Derek Lester) to register for Friday at lester.derek@gmail.com.

REGISTER

For More Information

Email Stevens Lodge Chair (Derek Lester) for more information at lester.derek@gmail.com.

Main image: The cleanup includes organizing 40+ years of accumulated stuff. Photo by Jeremy Lange.