Helping To Keep The Promise One Project At A Time.
The Camp Wakpominee Alumni Association was formed in 2005. We currently have over one hundred members, including many camp staff of the past and present, eagle scout, leaders, and supporters of the scouting program.
Many of the projects we have done you have seen as you walk around the camp!
- Cub Camp Fencing
- Donation of two Automatic External Defibrillators to the camp for life-threatening emergencies
- Paint Sprayer- Restricted donation from a local Boy Scout Troop for the camp.
- Frontier Campsite Rehab
- Front Entrance Clean-up
- BBQ Pavilion
- Trading Post septic
- Helped revive the Mountain Bike Program
- With a restricted donation, constructed an Archery shooting pavilion and storage facility
- Over $7,300 and 375 hours of volunteer service went into the Waterfront Expansion project.
And there is much more! These are just some of the projects we have been able to do with the gracious support of our members.
Celebrating 100 Years...
During the 2019/2020 Scouting year, Camp Wakpominee will be hitting a very impressive milestone, one hundred years young! This is an impressive event and Camp Wakpominee joins an elite, and very small club, of camps around the country.
To celebrate, the Camp Wakpominee Alumni Association has announced several events throughout the year. These events are designed to bring together everyone and anyone who has been apart of that history. This may mean you have served as a staff member, been a youth or adult camper, attended work days, or had family members who were involved.
Find out more about our 100th celebration events...
Registration for the Platinum Jubilee Celebration Dinner is now live!
Monetary contributions are welcome and are tax deductible. Donations of goods and services may also be tax deductible if they qualify. A letter of donation will be supplied upon request.
Please contact the association for further details regarding the donation of goods, services, and include a letter identifying your intent.
Our purpose is simple. We strive to enhance the scouting program at Camp Wakpominee by:
Promoting financial support to the camp for capital improvement projects.
Encouraging participation in camp work days, and service to the camp.
Providing social events for members to reminisce about their past experiences.
Developing a network of friends and supporters.