Betty's connection with Camp Tulahead began in 1987 when her children went to Camp Tulahead for the first time. They continued attending camp as they grew up and after graduation her daughter worked for 5 summer as full time staff. Her daughter urged her to volunteer for a week in the summer and she has been doing that ever since. She was a part of the summer staff in 2009 and 2016. All of her grandchildren are campers now, and think of camp as their second home, and love to volunteer at work weekends. Betty became a Partner in Ministry in 2010 and saw the opportunity to serve on the Board as another area to serve the place she has grown to love and admire.
Jordan has been coming to Camp Tulahead since he was 10 years old when he came with his Dad who was a camp speaker. Jordan was then on staff for four summers from 2004-2007. He has a passion for camp ministry and loves to serve, offering his skills in social media and online marketing.
Aga Karst, along with her husband Igor have been involved with Camp Tulahead for many years in various capacities. They started off as summer caretakers when their kids were still very young, and remained as Partners in Ministry and volunteers throughout the following years. Their three children Michelle, Dominik and Christopher, all of whom are now adults, attended Camp Tulahead as campers since they were 8 years old, and then took part in the leadership training (LIGHT) program and worked at Camp over several summers. Aga is now excited to be serving as a Board member, and helping to assure that the Camp remains a strong support to families, with clear Godly direction, based on biblical principals, offering a moral compass to children and youth in today's confusing world.
Cayley attended Camp Tulahead as a camper, a LIGHTer and served on summer staff for several years. She and her husband Brandon have two young sons, Sawyer and Cooper. Her life was impacted greatly by her experiences at camp throughout the years and she is now excited to serve on the Board of Directors for Camp Tulahead. Giving back to the camp is her way of saying thanks and ensuring it will continue to be a place where kids can come together and build relationships that will last forever!