Joe Vasek Memorial Rancho Alegre Trail Ride
You are invited to participate in this unique ride in the scenic Larson Meadow at Camp Rancho Alegre. A similar ride was originally established by Joe & Sue Vasek with the help of Robert & Cita Mainer, Til & Lunn Courson, and Joe & Alice Olla in support of the local equestrian community and Camp Rancho Alegre. The last ride was in 2009 so we are ready to get you back on the trails.
Whittier Fire July 2017
In 2017 it took the Whittier Fire only 45 minutes to devastate the Camp Rancho Alegre camp that has been at the heart of the Santa Barbara Community for over 50 years. 47 of the camps 50 buildings were burned to the ground. Located on the San Marcos Pass, this regional California camp has served over 10,000 boys and girls each year. In addition to hosting Scout Camps, church retreats and community gatherings, Rancho Alegre is also the site of a very special program called The Outdoor School.
Camp Rancho Alegre: Re-Building for the Future
We invite the Community to help re-build Camp Rancho Alegre from the devastation of the 2017 Whittier Fire. Camp Rancho Alegre has a rich history of service to all in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties and is home to the renowned Outdoor School.
The Phoenix Capital Committee will be glad to discuss opportunities for support of buildings and program areas. Naming rights to areas are also included for large contributions.
Our plea goes out not only to individuals, but also to corporations and businesses that wish to support our rebuilding campaign.
For individuals wishing to make donations we would ask that you check with your employer to see if there are matching funds for charitable donations.
You can make your donation now online by below or donate by check or installments to:
Los Padres Council BSA
4000 Modoc Rd
Santa Barbara, CA 93110
or by contacting Ken Miles at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 805-835-9456.
All gifts are greatly appreciated!