Jefferson’s CBM Camp plans for future

  • January 4, 2013

Cornerstone Ministry Center, part of CBM of Southwestern Pa., hosted various businessmen at its annual luncheon to let them know what has been done, what needs to be done and what are the future plans for the CBM Camp in Jefferson.

John Humble, capital funds chairman, spoke about what the camp has become to the community. He said it is not just a camp for youth, but it also has been used by Habitat for Humanity and various churches for their activities and it is now a Red Cross disaster center.

Future plans include cabins, a conference building, landscaping and more activities for kids.

The camp can always use donations, help and teachers for release time. A camp director and a release time director are being sought.

For more information, call 724-966-9157, visit or email


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