The 4-H Foundation Board is responding to these concerns about our overnight summer camp capacity, which currently is limited to 185 campers at any one time. Board members, along with statewide 4-H staff and support from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System have developed a capacity-expansion plan that will meet tomorrow’s growth trends today. The immediate priority is to increase capacity by 65 percent by constructing two new dormitories to increase camper capacity to 120 additional youth
at any given time.
Note: The cost of the new dormitories is not included in the vision goal. They will, over time, pay for themselves as we will be able to add additional revenue-building corporate functions in these spaces.