There are many ways to help TRA and OTR by making donations to the general fund or to a specific project.
The OTR Sauna has started a major renovation project that rebuilt a permanent hot-tub and plans are underway to erect permanent structures like a changing house. The Medical Equipment Fund gets a boost from Buzzz City playing its ‘Band-Aid’ benefit on Sunday evening, but it could use additional funds to assure that we have the supplies and proper equipment to care for our OTR attendees in case of a medical emergency. The OTR Museum still is in its fledgling days, but contributions will help it, and the OTR legacy, grow. New and enhanced lighting has been added to the pavilion for OTR 2023 and the Kiddie Korral and Memorial Garden could use funding for their facilities, too.
The Brickhead Program, started in 2011, was used to benefit our new Pavilion and its improvements like noise-reducing insulation, the new stage, concrete pad and decorative rocks. It has been reinstated in 2023 and if you donate, you get your name engraved on a brick that will be permanently installed in the Pavilion. A standard brick has a minimum donation of $150, and larger bricks also are available.
Here is the form for you to fill out to personalize yours today. The form can mailed via the postal service with a check made payable to The Robertsons Assocation or you can opt to submit your payment electronically at the link below and email the completed form to the TRA/OTR Treasurer .
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Support the Adopt-A-Tree program, initiated in 2011, and help to continue to improve the Old Timers Reunion campground in Dailey, WV. It’s simple, you or your grotto can donate a tree…or several! Each tree costs $150. Here is the form, with more information, to fill out to adopt your tree. The form can mailed via the postal service with a check made payable to The Robertsons Assocation or you can opt to submit your payment electronically at the link below and email the completed form to the TRA/OTR Treasurer .