Seeking a new Camp Administrator
We are looking for a volunteer that is willing to take on the role of camp administrator! If you are interested or know anyone who is interested, please contact the chairperson, Terence Boger, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click on the image below for more information about the job position description and qualifications. The position will stay open until filled. Updated 7/28/2020
Camp Taloali's 3rd Annual Haunted Forest Cancelled
Camp Taloali will always take into consideration the safety and the ability of our guests to enjoy any of our events.
We’re sad to announce that the Haunted Forest event for 2020 is cancelled. We were lucky not to sustain any damage from the recent fire, but we did receive significant wind damage, on top of restrictions for COVID-19.
We previously cancelled the Haunted Forest for this weekend, and scheduled a cleanup day. On Friday (9/26/2020), we had about 50 wonderful volunteers and heavy equipment to try to ensure we could have a safe and fun event. After the heroic effort of everyone, we were forced to accept that this year’s Haunted Forest will not meet our high standards.
If you have purchased a ticket, you will see a refund credited, in the next couple of days. If you do not see the credit, please contact email@example.com.
This fall we are going to shift our focus to providing direct support for our canyon neighbors. We hope to see you all next year, when we will present a bigger, better, and scarier Haunted Forest.
You can be part of our support and follow all our events by liking us at https://www.facebook.com/CampTaloali
COVID-19 at Camp Taloali
Image Text: Face covering requirements:
Starting June 24, face coverings are required for indoor public spaces. Camp Taloali strongly encourages the use of face mask, hand-washing, and proper social distancing. We ask our guest and staff to follow guidance provided by the CDC, State and County Health Departments.
Facemasks can be a barrier to communication for the Deaf and hard of hearing. if you are asked to temporarily remove your mask to facilitate communication, please remember to maintain proper social distancing.
This requirement does not apply to:
1) people with a disability that prevents them from wearing a mask.
2) Children under 12 years of age.
3) People with a medical condition that prevents them from wearing a mask.
For more information, visit healthoregon.org/coronavirus or call 211.
Here at Camp Taloali Inc., our mission is to promote camping skills through an outdoor camp environment with emphasis on communication, leadership and social development of deaf and hard of hearing youth and with other community groups.
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