Here is an opportunity to truly help Camp Lavigne be the best it can be.
Looking for a few GOOD Men & Women to-------

  • Work in all types of weather,
  • Supply your own tools and equipment
  • Be Diligent and a team player
  • NO guarantee you'll come back alive

Job Details:

  1. Maintain and repair facility structures, machinery, equipment, plumbing, electric, HVAC, carpentry, painting, roofs and inspections.
  2. Protect camp grounds, support summer camp, identify and report all hazards.

What does it take to be a Lavigne Ranger?

  1. A minimum of 75 hours of dedicated work per year
  2. Take charge of a project and see it through to completion in a timely manner
  3. Experience in any of the above areas of expertise
  4. Meet once per month to plan new and review current projects, 1 hour maximum
  5. Connections to contractors and businesses is a plus
  6. Adhere to the Columbia-Montour Council Policies and the Scout Oath and Law

For more information or to find out more about how to become a Lavigne Ranger, contact
Kent Robbins at or (570)-317-8401