C4C Pennsylvania Chapter

Chapter Contact:

Bill Wos
Willow Street, PA
E- mail: billwos@msn.com 


Fifty-nine students attended the first meeting of this chapter on Feb. 15, 2005. Fourteen new members were recruited after Gary Fallesen's presentation on Climbing For Christ and several dozen others signed up for more information from chapter coordinator Johnathan Esper. Esper graduated in May 2005 and was succeeded as chapter coordinator for one year by Rebecca Maynard. On July 21, 2008, Craig Beck volunteered to lead the chapter, planning his first event for Aug. 17. Craig was succeeded by Bill Wos on Nov. 18, 2011.

Latest News

Re-starting the chapter: Hike on Chickies Rock

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Re-starting the chapter: Hike Chickies Rock An easy one-mile hike on Chickies Rock near Columbia, Pa. on Sunday, Aug. 17, 2008. Chapter coordinator Chip Beck and long-time member Bill Wos met. “We had a great time of fellowship and brainstorming,” Craig says, as he seeks to find w...

Craig and 'Jon and Kate Plus 8'

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Craig and 'Jon and Kate Plus 8' Jon and Kate Plus 8, a reality TV show about a husband and wife who had twins and then sextuplets, visited the Christian theater in Lancaster where chapter coordinator Craig Beck worked as the lead small animal trainer. “Hello everyone,” Crai...

Craig Beck

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Thanks to Chip for serving in Pennsylvania! Craig Beck on the summit of Mount Washington, N.H. on July 11, 2008. Born: April 8, 1977. Residence: Lancaster, PA. Occupation: I’ve worked for 10 years at Sight & Sound Theatres are the Lead Animal Trainer of the smaller critters (bird...

Bill Wos

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Bill Wos, left, with Pennsylvania member Matt Kroll, right, and a friend from Colorado on the summit of Mount Lafayette in New Hampshire's Whites in January 2009. (Mount Washington is in the background.) Bill Wos volunteered to become the fourth coordinator of the Pennsylvania Chapter on ...

Take a Kid Climbing Day

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Take a Kid Climbing Day, Special Edition Pennsylvania was focused on the Super Bowl on the day “Take a Kid Climbing” was scheduled nationally (on Feb. 1, 2009). The state had plenty to cheer about as the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated Arizona, 27-23, to win Super Bowl XLIII. Taking ...