This summer work has started on the CLBI campus to transform it into a more usable outdoor space for students, guest groups and the Camrose community. Please stop by some time, or see CLBI’s instagram feed to see progress on the project.
Summer 2018 – Annelise Rust Campfire Shelter
Summer 2019 – New Shop (as funds allow)
From the CLBI Crossroads:
We are pleased to announce that construction of the Annelise Rust Campfire Shelter has begun. Annelise, the daughter of Harold and Joyce Rust, sister of Erik, Jenya, and Naomi passed away in August of 2016. This shelter, with its central location on campus, will serve as a hub drawing students together and helping CLBI reach out to the Camrose community. Every September the Rust family will host a “Rustapalooza” campfire to welcome students and set the tone for the role of this shelter in the CLBI experience. Join us on September 23, 6:30 pm at CLBI for this first Rustapalooza event. “As a family, we continue to marvel at the gifts given to CLBI in memory of Annelise. If this type of campfire shelter had been there during her years as a student it would have been her favourite place; with a coffee, her guitar, surrounded by friends. We are honoured that CLBI would build such a gathering place in her legacy.” -Pastor Harold Rust $29,000 has been given in memory of Annelise. The total cost of this project is $65,000. Future gifts given in memory of Annelise will go towards this project.