Field Day — October 28 at Camp Millhouse
CAMP MILLHOUSE PROJECT — OCTOBER 28, 2020
We’re looking forward to a great day at Camp Millhouse on October 28.
We’re so pleased with the response from all of you, the generous donations, and the offers to be part of the crew.
Location – Camp Millhouse: 25600 Kelly Road, South Bend, IN 46614 (map)
Camp Millhouse inspires self-discovery in individuals with special needs through a safe, traditional camp experience. Learn more about Camp Millhouse by visiting www.campmillhouse.org.
Scope of Project: The on-site sewage system we are designing for Camp Millhouse is a 3,216 square feet Advance Enviro-Septic (AES) bed with a daily design flow of 2,400 gallons per day and a soil-loading rate of 0.50 gpd/sf. This system will be pumped to gravity with a minimum septic tank capacity of 4,800 gallons.
Volunteer: We need several volunteers for this Field Day. Volunteers will be able to receive a minimum of 5 CEUs to a maximum of 10 CEUs. Volunteers teams include: Welcoming Team, Safety Team, Parking Team, Contractors Team, Photographer/Videographer, Logistics Team. Please contact Greg Inman (317-458-5718 or firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in volunteering.
Donations: Monetary donations are key to bringing this project together. Contributions will pay for crucial components to this system that cannot be donated. You can make a contribution using the online donation button on this page. No donation is too small to make a difference.
Thanks to our great sponsors and supporters, most products needed for the Field Day project have been donated! We’re still in need of some 2″ pipe and 2 pumps. Call or text Greg Inman at 317-452-5718 if you can help with those items.
It’s a pleasure to recognize those who have donated so far:
- Drainage Solutions
- Farmer Tank
- Infiltrator Water Technologies
- Meade Septic Design, Inc.
- Sunset Septic and Excavating
- T & D Excavating
- Watermark Engineered Product Sales
Silver ($1000 – $1,999)
- A+ Water Solutions
- Manufacturers Marketing
- Northwest Excavating
Schnoebelen Soil Consulting
Bronze ($500 – $999)
- Dingman & Son Excavating
- Elkhart Environmental
Friends of Field Day (under 500)
- GSH, Inc. (Gary Hudson)
- The Baumgartner Family
Thank you from the Field Day Committee 2020 and Camp Millhouse.
Monday, October 26th: Prior to Field Day – 2 Septic Tanks and Grease Trap will be installed.
Tuesday, October 27th: Prior to Field Day – Septic Tank and Dosing Tank will be installed
Wednesday, October 28th: Field Day
8:00 Contractors and other Workers/Volunteers Meeting
9:00 Field Day will Start: Installation of the 3,234 sq ft Presby bed, total 1,120 lineal feet of Advanced Enviro-Septic, Effluent Lines, Pumps, Floats and Control Panel, as well as tank installation. Q&A.
10:00 1st Control Panel, Pump, Float Training and Q&A (Near Pool House)
11:30- 12:30 Box Lunch (Thank you, Camp Millhouse!)
1:00 2nd Control Panel, Pump, Float Traning and Q&A (Near Pool House)
4:00 Field Day Ends
**Rain Day November 4th (If we have to cancel we will send an email to give as much notice as possible)
Most helpful if received before the event!
Product or monetary donations are welcomed to defray the cost of our Field Days. We’ll recognize all donors on our website and donors at the Bronze level and above will be recognized on the job site. Donations tax deductible as IOWPA is a 501(c)3 organization.
Your generosity will help us serve these worthy organizations. Thank you for your contributions.
Field Day Donor Categories:
Silver: $1,999 – $1,000
Bronze: $999 – $500
Friends of Field Day: up to $500
To make a monetary donation you can donate online or send a check in the mail. For online donation, simply click on the button below and follow instructions. Once you submit the form, you will taken to a secure PayPal site where you can use your credit card to complete the transaction. You do not need a PayPal account to pay with credit card.
To send a check, please make it out to “IOWPA” and put “Field Day” in the memo line of your check.
Mail check to:
7915 S. Emerson Ave, Suite 132
Indianapolis, IN 46237
Thank you for your generosity.
Second Field Day Project:
Pam’s Promise is a non-profit transitional housing program offering a variety of support services for Montgomery County homeless men, women, and their children with a goal of helping clients become self-sufficient within three to six months. To learn more about Pam’s Promise, go to their website http://www.pamspromise.org/
Scope of Project: The on-site sewage system we are designing for Pam’s Promise is a 2,345 square feet Advance Treatment Leachfield (ATL) bed with a daily design flow of 1,050 gallons per day and a soil loading rate of 0.30 gpd/sf. This system will be gravity fed with septic capacity of a minimum of 1,840 gallons.