In an effort to be more accessible we have created this page to allow you to put faces with names and understand more clearly who currently serves on the Board at Arlington Beach Camp. We hope this helps you connect with the Arlington Board and encourages you to seek one or more board members out if you would like to discuss an important Camp concern. You may also email the board by clicking here.
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Joe Kautz – Co-Chair
Joe lives and works in Regina. He and his wife Lindsey have 3 boys. He has been involved at Arlington Beach for his entire 40 years. The people there have played a big role in what God has done in his life so far, and he looks ahead to seeing this happen for many more of God’s children.
Chad Frentz – Co-Chair
Chad and his wife Natasha and 4 children live in Regina and attend Northview Community Church. He has been a part of Arlington ever since he married into the Babich/Walrath family in 2002. He has served on the board for several years.
Shawna Sykes – Treasurer
Shawna and her family live in Regina and attend Rosewood Park Alliance Church. Shawna has been involved with Arlington Beach Camp for the past 4 years, and has served on the Board for the past year. Shawna is the Director of Compliance at Co-operators Life Insurance Company and in her spare time loves spending time with her family at their cabin at Arlington.
Jaylynne Fox – Secretary
Jaylynne lives in Regina, where she attends Northview Community Church with her husband Rick and their three children Webster, Drew, and Jenna. She has been a member of Arlington Beach Camp’s board since July 2014 and her family has been involved with Arlington for the past 17 years.
Josh Hallett currently resides with his family in La Ronge, Saskatchewan. He attends the La Ronge Alliance church. Josh has been involved with the camp in various capacities for most of his life. He has been a board member for over four years.
Marilou lives in Weyburn, SK and attend the Weyburn FM church , where her husband is the lead pastor. She has been a part of Arlington for as a long as she can remember. Her parents were one of the first families to be a part of the camp when it opened. They were also one of the first cabin owners. This will be her 4th year on the board.
Deet (Brent) Petersen
Deet and his wife Becky have four children, and live in Regina where they attend Hillsdale Baptist Church. He has been coming to Arlington Beach and Family Camp since 2009, and purchased a cabin at the camp in 2015. Deet is new to the board.
Leanne and her husband Troy, live just outside of Weyburn, where they attend the Weyburn FMC. Troy and Leanne have 3 children. Arlington Beach has been an important part of their family as they attended family camps and youth camps, or just peaceful days at the lake. Arlington is our children’s second home and they still look forward to spending time they are finishing up their teen years and moving into adult lives.
Ben and his family live in Camrose, AB and attend the Camrose Church of God. He has been involved with Arlington Beach for the past 8 years, and has served with his wife on the Family Camp Committee 3 times during that period. Ben is new to the Arlington board.
Juanita lives on a grain and cattle ranch near Eyebrow and has attended the Eyebrow Free Methodist Church her whole life. Each summer she has attended Arlington Beach Family Camp and other Retreats and events hosted at Arlington. Juanita has a passion for growing God’s Kingdom and is willing to do her part to see that lives continue to be transformed through the ministries of Arlington Beach.
Marjorie has lived in Outlook, SK for the past 30 years, where she attends the Outlook Alliance Church. Marjorie has been involved with the camp for around 34 years, and has served on the board many times over the past 20 years.
Seth Freeman is the Lead Pastor at Eyebrow Free Methodist Church. He has been connected to Arlington Beach Camp since childhood and has been serving on the board for six years. “I am looking forward to seeing Arlington develop in the future. This camp is training our youth in leadership skills and reaching out to kids who often have limited or no connection to a church. I’m passionate about partnering churches with camp to reach out to these kids year round throughout the province”