Co-founder and 20 year President and head cheerleader of Bull Creek Foundation Skip Cameron moves to a new home in another state May 1, 2014.
I want to thank each and every one who has volunteered time and talent to lead and volunteer over all these years.
It has been a thought provoking, challenging, exciting, fun, pioneering, accomplishing, rewarding, and satisfying journey.
With your help, we have used "practology" - doing what makes common sense, to improve the quality of all life in our area and for the good of the entire community.
Many opportunities await your talents, passion and interests.
The new President and head cheerleader of the all volunteer Bull Creek Foundation is Richard (Rick) Brimer, who has lived in the area for 24 years.
Under Rick's leadership, the mission to "promote the balance between nature, recreation and development in our 32 square mile watershed" and the initiatives inspired by area stakeholder meetings and surveys in 1994 will continue.
Rick needs your help, so please join him in volunteering
You may contact Rick at bullcreekvolunteers at gmail dot com
My best wishes to you all!
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
March 26, 2014 BCF leaders George and Jerry and a 3 man work crew led by Juan Torres spread out two large piles of crushed granite donated by an excavation company deing work nearby. In 2 hours with the good work of Francisco on the Bobcat, the parking lot is now level and back in good shape.
Francisco on Bobcat
Jerry and guys
Road Margin Drop Off Finished
George delivering granite with a wheelbarrow
Finished Parking Lot
Juan Torres (L) and his skillful crew
On March 10, 2014 Annderson High School Honor Society members spread out a large pile of crushed granite donated to us by the excavation company working nearby. This was hard, manual work and they accomplished it with a smile and the result was superb!