Spring 2019 Lodge Member Spotlight – Scott Wobbe
“Scott has been volunteering for ten years now and has quite the rapport with campers and staff alike. Scott and his wife Cindy would bring a group of campers from SS Peter and Paul parish, in Collinsville. Was funny first time I met Scott and Cindy, I could not place him from church, as Teresa and I are also from SS Peter and Paul parish, but in Waterloo.
Scott will take duties during the summer and works well alongside staff. Two years ago Scott and Cindy donated money to purchase additional helmets for Challenge. He visits Camp during the off-season and does work projects for Camp. Scott will also attend Lodge reunions and will lead and guide young Lodge members in the true spirit of the Lodge, as an honor society but also as a service organization for Camp.
Scott always has a smile on his face and Campers enjoy being around him immensely as I do also. If we could only be in a unit together.” – Steve Bushong
“Scott Wobbe is a dedicated lodge member and constantly serves Camp Ondessonk and its community. Throughout his adult life, Scott has remained involved in every facet of Lodge, from council meetings to work weekends. As a consistent attendant of the Clinton County Council meetings, Scott provides meaningful insight, based on his experiences, and assists in the planning of events.
Scott truly embraces volunteerism and is often seen at Camp, giving back. Even when it requires rearranging his personal schedule, Scott makes time to drive down to Camp and serve. This past March, Scott served as a chaperone and volunteer at a work weekend that was planned entirely by lodge members. The weather wasn’t ideal but that didn’t stop Scott from participating whole-heartedly and with a smile on his face the entire time. His vibrant spirit and enthusiasm kept everyone motivated and having a great time, despite the circumstances. Scott and that iconic spirit can also be found during the summer, volunteering as a unit leader and elsewhere at Camp.
Scott readily helps others without being approached to do so and embodies the ideals of the Lodges of Ondessonk and Tekakwitha. His dedication to Camp Ondessonk and its mission is infectious and he inspires others to actively participate within lodge and their respective communities. His leadership, service, and personality makes any experience with him memorable and his positive choices are examples for all within Camp.” – Walker Selby
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