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Board of Directors

Dwight & Joanne Martin: My wife and I have 4 children and 7 grandchildren. We are from Spring Run, PA and I serve as deacon at Burns Valley Mennonite Church. I am a marketer of fresh eggs and enjoy taking groups to tour the Holy Lands and to Europe on Anabaptist history.

Dennis & Geraldine Martin: The Lord has blessed us with three children. We enjoy working with our children in the family business and spending time with our eight grandchildren. Most rewarding are the opportunities God provides to be of service for him each day. We really appreciate the mission of camp and seeing God at work through the program efforts. Thank you staff, for the fellowship we enjoy and the spiritual blessing received during our times together. May God continue to bless the work of camp!

Calvin & Barbie Lapp: I have been involved in wilderness camping ever since my days at Fair Play Boys Camp back in 1987. I remember the trip I took with Harvey Yoder to PA to find interested people who would want to start a camp in PA. My wife, Barbie and I have 8 children. I support them with the funds I receive by keeping people’s yards weed free working for Eagle Lawn Service. We attend Weavertown Amish Mennonite Church.

John & Jean Sensenig: Jean and I have been married for thirty-five years and are blessed with 5 children and 7 grandchildren. We are members of the East District Mennonite Church near Watsontown, Pa. which is part of the Keystone Fellowship. Our family has been operating a business of processing food by-products into poultry and animal feed for twenty years. I have found it very fulfilling to be involved on the board at Bald Eagle for the past twelve years. May God continue to bless the work at camp.

Mark & Dawn Olweiler: My wife Dawn and children Justine, Jessica, Janessa, Joelle, Jared, Jensen, and Jenna. When we are not taking family pictures, we can be found canoing, four wheeling, or in the basement playing Settlers. We attend Mt Hope Mennonite Church in Manheim PA. I work at Martin Water Conditioning. My desire to serve the Lord has led me to be very involved in the physical part of Bald Eagle Boys Camp, and also in the developing of the New Dominion Camp in Cumberland Maryland. As I have contact with many young people, the need for healing in families, and the guiding of young boys' lives, becomes more and more clear. Pray for the Board and Staff at BEWBCS as we endeavor to help these young people learn how to curb their carnal instincts, and draw closer to Christ.

Martin & Jane Reiff: We live in Shippensburg, PA. We attend Rowe Mennonite Church of the Cumberland Valley Conference. We are blessed with 3 children and 2 grandchildren. We work at a family run Trucking business at our home. I am still new on the board at BEBC, I am blessed to see staff and campers willing to serve in this way. Our desire is to help some fellow traveler along life’s pathway to meet our Creator in the end to be in His kingdom forever. May God help us to be faithful.

Leonard & Eva Martin: This is my wife Eva and our two youngest daughters Leah and Katie. The boys are Hamza and Khairy. They are from Philadelphia and have been living with us for the past 18 months. Our family lives near Myerstown, Pa and we attend Myerstown Mennonite Church. Because I know Jesus loves each boy in the BEBC program and wants them to succeed, I consider it a privilege to contribute to this mission in a very small way.