A huge amount of work has been accomplished at Camp Pirque (Santiago, Chile) in the past month. The stone wall behind the stage in the main building was a combined effort by a Canadian work team and a family from Pennsylvania. Many thanks to them for their hard labor. Many of the pictures below show the sequence of construction of that stone wall.
Let us know if you are interested in participating in a work team or short term trip to one of the GMSA camps in South America. You too can be part of building a facility that is being used to reach people for the Lord Jesus Christ.
Other projects pictured above include benches for the retaining wall surrounding the soccer field and swimming pool; the frame for the pump house; cages for the front wall columns and continuation of the wall around the pool; fixed the wooden bridge connecting the sand volleyball court with the old soccer field; and painting of the metal frames that are going to be used for fences around the pool and the front wall.