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We are happy to have our new website up and running!

We are slowly adding all the information you need, and we greatly appreciate your patience during this process!

We take the opportunity to give you some office information:

Our office staff is Brad Wilson (Executive Director) and Aline Kaehler (Office Manager).

Brad is usually in the office from Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm, however, if you can’t reach him please leave a message and be patient because he has many meetings and appointments that take him away from the office.

Aline is in the office from Tue-Thu, 10am to 3pm, and if you call at a time that she is not in, or if the phones are busy, please leave a message and she will get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank you for visiting and please browse, check out our projects, see what teams are open, and make a donation if you are able.

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