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Keep close to nature's heart break clear away once in a

while and climb a mountain, or spend a week in the


woods. Wash your spirit clean."
~John Muir

Darren Bunke Cameron Corcoran Toni Graham


Emily Massingale Alyssa Nolan Coby Walsh

Table of Contents
Supervisor Introductions

Business Description

Day Hiking

Program Budget with Narrative


Brochure
Personnel
Supplies
Capital Outlay
Budget Summary

Geocaching

14

Program Budget with Narrative


Brochure
Personnel
Supplies
Capital Outlay
Budget Summary

Horseback Riding

21

Program Budget with Narrative


Brochure
Personnel
Supplies
Capital Outlay
Budget Summary

Rafting & Camping

28

Program Budget with Narrative


Brochure
Personnel
Supplies
Capital Outlay
Budget Summary

Table of Contents cont.


Rock Climbing

35

Program Budget with Narrative


Brochure
Personnel
Supplies
Capital Outlay
Budget Summary

Stand Up Paddle Boarding

42

Program Budget with Narrative


Brochure
Personnel
Supplies
Capital Outlay
Budget Summary

Financial Statement

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Supervisor Introductions
Day Hiking Department Supervisor
Emily Massingale appreciates all that is beautiful about the natural world and believes the woods can set
you free. She is 21 years old and attends Eastern Washington University's Outdoor Recreation program. Emily
has been and avid adventurer all of her life and a backpacker since she was big enough to carry my pack! She
loves teaching people how to experience the outdoors in a fun and safe way. When Emily isnt spending her
nights in the woods she enjoy reading adventure books and planning new trips! My favorite place to spend a
week or so is the Hoh Forest in Olympic National Park Washington. She is excited to make lasting, positive
connections with the participants of our program in a fun, outdoor setting.

Geocaching Department Supervisor


Toni Graham is a Recreation Management student at Eastern Washington University, minoring in
Business Management. A native of Spokane, WA, Toni has a love for the outdoors and the leisure activities it
offers. Being a former Marine, she encourages her participants to inquire and explore while offering a sense
of structure and safety to her program. Her adventurous nature allowed her to pick up Geocaching in 2007,
she has since become an expert in the field. Toni has made it her personal mission to share the personal and
developmental skills that Geocaching offers to the at-risk youth that participate in our programs.

Horseback Riding Department Supervisor


Alyssa Nolan has been an avid horseback rider all of her life. As a therapeutic recreation student at
Eastern Washington University, she is very interested in working with the at-risk youth of our program to
increase the positivity in their life through equine therapy. She aims to help people reach their goals through
recreational outlets. Alyssa is 22 years old and well trained and qualified to manage our 40 horses and their
needs. Her passion for this program inspires our participants to return year after year.

Rafting & Camping Department Supervisor


Cameron Corcoran has been in the wonderful outdoors since he was a young boy. Growing up in
Northern Idaho surrounded by mountains and rivers the outdoors was his playground. Cameron is highly
qualified in many aspects related to river rafting and camping. Qualifications include whitewater raft guide,
advanced whitewater rescue technician, ACA level 3-whitewater kayaker, wilderness first responder, and
emergence medical responder. Cameron will soon graduate with a bachelors degree in Outdoor Recreation
where he studied topics such as leadership, administration, and fall /winter camping. Having Cameron in our
program will provide us with the needed experience and knowledge to make Expedition 180 to be successful
in its future endeavors.

Supervisor Introductions cont.


Rock Climbing Department Supervisor
Coby Walsh is currently attending Eastern Washington University where he is getting his bachelors
degree in recreation management. He has prior experience leading trips in rock climbing, backpacking,
mountain biking, dog sledding, ski/snowboarding, ice climbing, and white water rafting, His hobbies include
anything outdoors but his true passion is rock climbing in styles from bouldering to alpine. Coby is extremely
qualified to work with the youth that attend our program and he looks forward to possibly inspiring a new
hobby in their lives.

Stand Up Paddle Boarding Department Supervisor


Darren Bunke is qualified in a variety of water sport activities, but Standup Paddle boarding is a great
specialty. He has many qualifications that provide aide to teaching this division. He is a white water raft
guide, a whitewater rescue technician advanced. He has his wilderness first responder as well as a certified
lifeguard. He has a bachelors degree in Outdoor Recreation and a minor in Aquatics. With shared knowledge
of leadership skills and risk management, Darren will make a great contributor to Expedition 180s program.

Business Description
Vision Statement:
Our vision is to be one of the nations leading contributors to at risk youth, personal development, and
well-being; to create a place where students can continue to come back for guidance and mentors to future
generations.

Setting:
Bend, Oregon was originally developed as a logging town but is now revered as the gateway to many
outdoor sports including mountain biking, fishing, hiking, camping, rock climbing, white-water rafting and
golf. This smorgasbord of activity opportunity makes Bend the perfect setting for Expedition 180.

Location:
Expedition 180 operates out of 52 SE 5th Street, Bend OR 97702.

Climate:
Bend, Oregon offers 300 days of sunshine and an average of 12 inches of rain per year. The July high is
around 82 degrees. The comfort index, which is based on humidity during the hot months, is a 68 out of 100,
where higher is more comfortable. The US average on the comfort index is 44.

Resources:
The resources in Bend are limitless. The physical layout of the area allows us to provide rock climbing,
hiking, geocaching, whitewater rafting, camping, paddle boarding, and horseback riding all within a 50 mile
radius.

Population:
At Expedition 180, our primary focus are the local and statewide at-risk youth. Through the use of
outdoor activities we can decrease the at-risk population of Bend, OR and increase positive impacts these
kids have on society.

Day Hiking

Emily Massingale
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Program Area: Day Hiking


Supervisor Title: Day Hiking Supervisor
Program Year: 2015-2016
Component Costs of Program:
Direct Labor:
Materials:
Admin Overhead:

$ 5,694.00
$ 13,212.00
$ 7,562.40

Total Program Cost:

$26,468.40

___________________________________________________________________________

Expedition 180 proudly facilitates all day hiking experiences for under privileged adolescents. We strive to
provide memorable outdoor experiences that can open doors to positive life experiences in the futures of
our participants. We do this by offering a wide variety of hiking skills that are valuable within the hiking
experience as well as in the rest of life.
Goal: Recreate safely while learning and developing skills that participants can use to re-create
the experiences on their own long after Expedition 180 has ended.

The hiking portion of expedition 180 is in the introductory phase of our week long program therefore it
enables the first stages of communication, teamwork, and personal development to begin. Skillsets are
learned before the activity, during the activity and after the activity.
Stage 1: Pre-Trip Skills
The core of hiking, or any adventure activity, is being prepared and having adequate knowledge of your
intended location and trip objectives. Proper education prior to the trip is the key to success. Classes such as
Choosing the right hiking boots, Packing your pack, and Fitting your pack are all necessary skills to know
before you embark on your adventure. Pre-trip skills like these help you to evaluate and plan appropriately.
Stage 2: Mid-Trip Skills
Some skills are learned best using the hands on approach. Skills such as What to do if youre lost, Reading a
map, and LNT are perhaps three of the most important classes in the Day Hiking program. Learning these
class skills while immersed in the field will increase their effectiveness.
Stage 3: Post-Trip Skills
The Photography and Reflection classes help the participant to take in all the positive aspects of the day
they had. Reflecting solidifies the experience for the participant and creates a memory.

Hiking Programs: 2015


Choosing the Right Hiking Boots
Sore or uncomfortable feet can ruin a great adventure. The participants will learn proper sock layering as well
as the benefits of different boot styles for certain terrain patterns. Cost: $23.20
Packing Your Pack
The basics of packing a backpack are essential skills for any trail traveler. In this activity participants will learn
what items are necessary as well as what items can be removed to save space and minimize pack weight.
Cost: $11.10
Fitting Your Pack
Adjusting your backpack to fit your body frame once it has weight in it will help to balance the pack over the
body surface for a more comfortable carry. Participants will also learn where to keep their bear spray ready
and available in this activity and also how to deploy bear spray for our defense. Cost: $3.47
Leave No Trace Hiking
Leave no trace hiking is made up of eight principles that make outdoor use available to all. Participants will
learn the principles and tools needed to protect and respect nature while we are recreating. Cost: $0.70
Flora and Fauna Identification
Being aware of the other living creatures around you can offer a new perspective to an outdoor adventure.
When participants realize they are not the only living things in the forest they can begin to open their minds to
what else is out there. Cost: $2.50
Filtering Water
Being able to filter water can be the difference between life and death in the woods. Having this basic survival
skill can ensure safe travels in outdoor pursuits that the participants might choose in the future. Cost: $4.55
Trail Courtesy
Trail courtesy is an important gesture of respect for your fellow travelers. Trails arent only for hikers, bikers
and horseback riders also have a right to the path. The question is, who moves aside for whom? In this activity
Participants will learn which mode of travel has a right-of-way to the other. Cost: $0.70
Reading and Following Maps
Learning to read and follow maps is an essential life skill that can be helpful long after our program has ended.
Participants will learn how to read a map of the area and lead themselves to our lunch camp by following trail
markers and directions given. Cost: $5.40
Triangulating Your Position
By using landmarks and the map that participants have learned to read prior, they will be able to find their
location. Once they find their location they will be able to figure out which direction they need to travel to get
back to the trail or back to camp. Cost: $3.36
What to Do If Lost
Participants will learn the benefits of carrying a survival kit as well as actions to take as soon as you believe
you are lost. Participants will also learn how to stay safe until help arrives. Cost: $8.60
Photography
By taking photos, participants are able to capture their favorite things and remember positive influences and
aspects of the trip. Giving participants freedom to choose what they enjoy and what they want to photograph
is a great way to let them feel in charge for that moment. Cost: $3.42
Reflection
Reflection is arguably the most important part of the trip. This time gives participants the ability to think and
reflect about their day and experiences. By journaling, they are free to experience the things they loved over
and over again when they open that journal at home. Cost: $0.82

Personnel Part-Time
Name of Program
Choosing the Right
Boots
Packing Your Pack
Fitting Your Pack
LNT Hiking
Flora and Fauna
Identification
How to Filter Water/
Lunch
Trail Courtesy
Reading and
Following Maps
Triangulating Your
Position
What to do if Lost
Photography
Reflection and
Journaling

SP

Number of
Personnel

$ 12.00

13

$ 312.00

312.00

X
X
X

X
X
X

6
6
2

$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00

0.5
0.5
0.5

13
13
13

$ 468.00
$ 468.00
$ 156.00

$
$
$

468.00
468.00
156.00

$ 12.00

13

$ 468.00

468.00

$ 12.00

13

$ 468.00

468.00

$ 12.00

0.5

13

$ 156.00

156.00

$ 12.00

13

$ 936.00

936.00

$ 12.00

13

$ 936.00

936.00

X
X

X
X

6
3

$ 12.00
$ 12.00

1
0.5

13
13

$ 936.00
$ 234.00

$
$

936.00
234.00

$ 12.00

0.5

13

$ 156.00

156.00

Rate

Hours per Number Personnel


Week of Weeks Subtotal

Total Personnel Cost:

Personnel
Total

$ 5,694.00

10

Supplies
Name of
Program
Choosing the
Right Hiking
Boots
Packing
YourPack
Fitting Your
Pack
LNT Hiking
Flora & Fauna
Identification
Filtering
Water
Trail Courtesy
Reading/
Following
Triangulating
Position
What to do if
You're Lost
Photography
Reflection

SP
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

S
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Item
Boots
Water Bottle
Light Jacket
Day Backpack
Dry Bags
Day Backpack
Dry Bags
Wilderness Examples
LNT Hiking Checklist
(Printable)
Identification Book
Specimins
Water Bottle
Water Filters
Staff Demostration
Trail Courtesy Checklist
(Printable)
Maps
Compass
Maps
Compass
Signal Mirror
Whistle
Flint & Steel
Survival Kit
Camera
Memory Disks
Journals
Pens

Price
$ 35.00
$ 10.00
$ 40.00
$ 65.00
$ 45.00
$ 20.00
N/A
$ 0.10
$ 12.00
$ 10.00
$ 80.00
N/A
$ 0.10
$ 13.00
$ 15.00

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

10.00
4.00
3.00
20.00
70.00
10.00
0.10
0.20

Items
per Programs
Program per Year
30
1
30
13
30
1
30
1
15
1
Accounted for
1
1

Supply
Subtotal Supply Total
$ 1,050.00
$ 3,900.00 $ 6,150.00
$ 1,200.00
$ 1,950.00
$ 2,625.00
$ 675.00
$

500.00

39.00

$
$

120.00 $
100.00

220.00

800.00

800.00

39.00

39.00

260.00
$
300.00

560.00

$
$
$

500.00
39.00

10
1
10
1
Accounted for
10
1
30

30

13

13

10
2
10
2
Accounted for
Accounted for
30
2
30
2
30
2
30
2
6
1.5
6
1.5
13
13
10
10

$
$

$ 200.00
$
80.00
$ 1,460.00
$ 180.00
$ 1,000.00
$ 630.00
$
720.00
$
90.00
$
39.00
$
99.00
$
60.00
Total Cost: $ 13,212.00

11

Capital Outlay
Item #1 Bear Safety Box
A bear box is important for our program because it will give us the opportunity to teach the participants one
form of bear safety while recreating as well as open up the conversation into all other forms of bear safety. Bear
boxes are one way to separate human use from wildlife habitat. We will be able to keep the participants and
animals safe by purchasing this item and stress the importance of reducing our impact and effect on the out of
doors.
Quote 1: Bear Can Trash Enclosure by NO BEAR CAN - $999/per unit
45 wide by 26 deep by 47 tall
Seal tight system, 14 GA galvanized steel frame, stainless steel spring tight door
www.nobearcan.com
Quote 2: 2can BEARBOX by Bearicuda - $1,000/per unit, $100 instillation fee
46 long by 26 deep by 43tall
Fabricated 12 gauge rolled steel, vented system, child safety handle
www.bearicuda.com
Quote 3: Large Food Storage Locker FS30 by Bear Saver - $842/per unit
330lbs in weight
48wide by 41 tall by 37 long
High quality metal enclosure, bear and rodent resistant
1 year warranty
www.Bearsaver.com
Item #2 Toilet Facility
With a vaulted toilet system in place, Expedition 180 will be able to meet participants needs. Our supervisors
will be able to educate on ways to dispose of human waste in the woods if there were not a vaulted toilet
system and explain how to tell if intended hiking areas offer facilities. A toilet system will also improve the
overall participant hygiene for the duration of the camp.
Quote 1: Clovermist Vault Toilet by BOOM Concrete - $8,250 per facility, additional evacuation costs
SIN# 361-10H
60 radius, 7 foot by 5 foot entry slab, 20by36 window
Vault toilet system with smooth interior walls made of acrylic, nonslip floor, Sweet smell
technology, ADA certified,
www.BOOMCon.com
Quote 2: Flushable Vault Toilet by Green Flush Technologies - $32,000 per facility, $5,000 shipping,
Permits $1,000, Crane Costs $1,500
Flushing toilet system with hand sinks, Forced Flush using rainwater
Eliminates 90% water waste
Low maintenance
www.GreenFlushrestrooms.com
Quote 3: Cascadian Vault Restroom By CXT Concrete Buildings - $15,000 per facility,
6 by 6 by 148
1 single user waterless restroom unit, 1,000 gallon capacity
ADA Certified with handrails, waste compartment
http://www.cxtinc.com/vault.asp
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SB

$468.00 $
$156.00 $

$468.00 $

$156.00 $

$468.00 $

800.00 $
39.00 $

220.00 $

39.00

500.00 $

$468.00 $ 2,625.00

$312.00 $ 6,150.00

Direct
Labor

560.00 $

374.40 $ 1,310.40

598.40 $ 2,094.40

507.20 $ 1,775.20
78.00 $
273.00

275.20

78.00

963.20

273.00

387.20 $ 1,355.20

$ 1,237.20 $ 4,330.20

$ 2,584.80 $ 9,046.80

Admin
Overhead

30

30

30
30

30

30

30

30

30

13

13

13

13
13

13

13

13

13

13

390
390

390

390

390

390
390

390

390

390

390

390

$ 3.42 $ 1,335.60
$ 0.92 $
357.00

$ 8.60

$ 3.36

$ 5.40

$ 0.70 $

$ 23.20

Fee

$ 2,094.40

$ 2.50 $

$ 11.10

$ 1,310.40

$ 4.55 $ 1,775.20
$ 0.70 $
273.00

$ 3.47

$ 3,354.40

963.20

273.00

$ 1,355.20

$ 4,330.20

$ 9,046.80

Revenue

Budget Summary

X
X

$936.00 $

30

13
13

People Classes People


Total Cost per Class per Year per Year

X
X
X

$936.00 $

958.40 $ 3,354.40

30
30

Supplies

X
X
X

$936.00 $ 1,460.00 $

381.60 $ 1,335.60
102.00 $
357.00

Name of
Program
Choosing the
Right Boots
Packing your
Pack
Fitting your Pack

X
X

720.00 $
99.00 $

X
X

$234.00 $
$156.00 $

X
X
X

$ 7,562.40

$ 26,468.40

X
X

$5,694.00 $ 13,212.00

$ 26,468.40

LNT Hiking
Flora and Fauna
Identification
Filtering Water
Trail Courtesy
Reading/Followi
ng Maps
Triangulating
Position
What to do if
Lost
Photography
Reflection
Total Costs:

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Geocaching

Toni Graham
14

Program Area: Geocaching


Supervisor Title: Geocaching Supervisor
Program Year: 2015-2016
Component Costs of Program:
Direct Labor:
Materials:
Admin Overhead:

$ 6,123.00
$ 7,700.72
$ 5,529.49

Total Program Cost:

$19,353.21

___________________________________________________________________________

Expedition 180 proudly offers exciting exploration opportunities for youth to participate in. This program
encourages team work and problem solving. It also promotes a healthy and active lifestyle.
Goals: By working in teams, the participants build trust, learn teamwork, problem
solve and share in the accomplishment of finding the cache.
Geocaching is typically offered on several different levels based on the terrain and the difficulty of finding the
cache. At Expedition 180 we offer four different levels that are designed to be inclusive for younger
participants and those with disabilities.
Level 1: Easy Terrain, Easy Find
This level offers trails with gentle slopes and no barriers. The caches are reasonably concealed,
making for an appealing excursion for youth with limited mobility and younger participants.
Level 2: Easy Terrain, Difficult Find
The trails remain the same as in level one, but the caches are concealed in a way that challenges
participants mentally more than physically.
Level 3: Difficult Terrain, Easy Find
This level offers trails with rugged inclines and several obstacles to conquer. The caches are
reasonably concealed, making for an exciting excursion for older participants with fewer mobility
limitations.
Level 4: Difficult Terrain, Difficult Find
The trails remain the same as in level three, but the caches are concealed in a way that challenges
participants mentally and physically.

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Geocaching Programs: 2015


Team Building
During This course teams will be established. Each team will choose a name by democratic vote. The team will
be lead to establish rules, safety procedures, and cache coordinates. Cost $3.65
Basic Navigation Tools
This class is designed to provide basic understanding of how a compass works, how to read a compass, and
simple GPS operation for the purpose of geocaching. Cost $2.88
Land Navigation
Designed for the beginner; basic map orientation, and application of basic navigation tools for orienteering. At
the completion of this class the student should be able to identify a point on the map, plot a course, and
navigate to that point. Cost $4.16
Geocaching 101
This class is designed to offer a brief history of geocaching as well as an overview of the simple guidelines and
terminology associated with the activity. Cost $3.74
Terrain and Difficulty Assessment
This class is designed so the class can determine what level of difficulty the geocaching will be once in place.
Upon completion the student will be able to identify terrain difficulty as well as the mental difficulty of the
hide. Cost $0.26
Lunch
A nutritious box lunch, made special by Sammich Junction, will be provided for all participants. Cost $11.47
Swag
This class is designed to give the student an understanding of reciprocating recreation. Upon completion they
will each be given select starter items to trade into caches they find. Cost $2.39
Travel Bug
This class is an explanation of the far reaching effects of this recreational activity on the world. Each student
will gain the knowledge and understanding of world traveling pieces and how they impact other cultures. Cost
$1.66
Cache Reporting
This course of instruction explains to students how to conduct onsite logging, as well as, logging finds for their
team online. Cost $0.43
Cache in Trash Out (CITO)
Geocaching is not only fun but environmentally friendly. It is important that you pack out everything you pack
in; try to leave the areas better than how you found them, ensuring others the opportunity to enjoy them.
Cost $0.39
Establishing a Cache
This class is designed to instruct students in how to establish a geocache. Upon completion the students will
have an understanding of concealment techniques, basic construction materials, and placement ideas. Cost
$5.76
Treasure Hunt
The students get to practice all the skills they learned by building, establishing, finding, and logging a cache
together. Cost $12.84
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Personnel Part-Time
Number of
Hours per Number Personnel Personnel
Personnel
Rate
Week of Weeks Subtotal
Total
6
$ 12.00
1
13
$ 936.00 $ 936.00

Name of Program
Team Building

SP
X

S
X

Basic Navigation Tools

$ 12.00

0.5

13

$ 468.00

468.00

Land Navigation
Geocaching 101
Terrain and Difficulty
Assessment
Lunch
Swag
Travel Bug
Cache Reporting
CITO
Establishing Caches
Treasure Hunt

X
X

X
X

6
1

$ 12.00
$ 12.00

0.5
0.5

13
13

$ 468.00
$ 78.00

$
$

468.00
78.00

$ 12.00

0.2

13

31.20

X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X

6
1
1
1
1
6
6

$
$
$
$
$
$
$

0.5
0.15
0.2
0.5
0.2
0.75
3

13
13
13
13
13
13
13

$ 468.00
$ 23.40
$ 31.20
$ 78.00
$ 31.20
$ 702.00
$2,808.00

12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00

31.20

$ 468.00
$
23.40
$
31.20
$
78.00
$
31.20
$ 702.00
$ 2,808.00

Total Personnel Cost: $ 6,123.00

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Supplies
Name of
Program

SP
X
Team Building
X
Navigation
X
Tools
X
Land
X
Navigation
X
X
Geocaching
X
101
X
X
X
Level/Terrain X
X
X
X
X
Lunch
X
X
X
X
Swag
X
X
Travel Bug
X
X
Reporting
X

S
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X

CITO

Establishing

Geocaching

Item
Small puzzles
Colored paper
Prismatic Compass
Compasses
Area map, laminated
Drawstring backpack
Quick Start Guide
Pencils
Notepads, small
Sample containers:
Nano-cache
Micro-cache
Larger cache
Devious cache
Lunch:
Sandwich
Vegetable
Juice/Milk
Cookie
Trinket, small toy
Waterbottle, collapsable
Travel Bug
Rain poncho
GeoPencil
Notepad, small;
all-weather
Garbage bag, small
Event Schedule
Container
Trinket, cache
Sandwich bag
GeoPencil
Notepad, small;
all-weather
Snack:
Granola bar
Fruit
Water, bottled

Price
$ 1.00
$ 0.02
$ 10.00
$ 0.83
$ 1.30
$ 1.75
$ 2.10
$ 0.11
$ 0.26

Items
per Programs
Supply
Program per Year Subtotal
6
13
$
78.00
6
13
$
1.56
1
1
$
10.00
30
13
$ 323.70
6
1
$
7.80
30
13
$ 682.50
30
13
$ 819.00
30
13
$
42.90
30
13
$ 101.40
4.89
7.60
14.12
14.12

Supply Total
$

79.56

333.70

690.30

963.30

40.73

$ 4.89
$ 7.60
$ 14.12
$ 14.12

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

3.80
1.15
1.49
0.55
0.20
1.45
6.25
1.09
0.50
2.79

30
30
30
30
30
30
1
30
1
1

13
13
13
13
13
13
1
13
13
13

$ 1,482.00
$ 448.50 $ 2,726.10
$ 581.10
$ 214.50
$
78.00
$
643.50
$ 565.50
$
6.25
$
431.35
$ 425.10
$
6.50
42.77
$
36.27 $

$
$
$
$
$
$
$

0.10
0.10
8.62
0.20
0.05
0.50
2.79

30
30
6
5
6
5
5

13
13
13
13
13
13
13

$
$
$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$

0.50
1.15
0.32

30
30
30

13
13
13

$ 195.00
$
768.30
$ 448.50
$ 124.80
Total Cost: $ 7,700.72

39.00
$
39.00
672.36
13.00
3.90
$
32.50
181.35

78.00

903.11

18

Capital Outlay
Item #1 Side by Side, All Terrain Vehicle
The purchase of an all-terrain vehicle is crucial for the safety and efficiency of the Geocaching program. The
vehicle will allow for easier movement through remote areas to inspect for unknown hazards. The vehicle will
also facilitate in the transport of sick or injured participants and staff.
Quote 1: 2015 Yamaha 2015 Yamaha Viking VI EPS - $13,799
Off-road room for 6. Class-leading features and Yamaha exclusive technologies help the new Viking
VI raise the bar in the areas of passenger capacity, comfort and convenience, not to mention offroad capability in tough terrain with the most interior cabin space without sacrificing towing and
hauling capabilities.
http://www.yamahamotorsports.com/outdoor/models/viking-vi-eps
Quote 2: 2015 RANGER CREW 900 EPS Polaris Pursuit Camo - $16,299
On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive. With the Polaris true AWD advantage, all four wheels engage
automatically when your vehicle needs more forward traction and reverts back to 2WD when it
doesnt. When in 2WD, the VersaTrac Turf Mode switch unlocks the rear differential for easier,
tighter turns that wont tear up your lawn.
http://www.polaris.com/en-us/ranger-utv/ranger-crew-900-eps-polaris-pursuit-camo
Quote 3: 2015 Mule PRO-FXT - $15,599
Incomparable strength and endless durability backed by over a century of Kawasaki Heavy
Industries, Ltd. engineering knowledge. Go and get the job done with PRO FXT's 3-passenger
Trans-Cab, or easily convert it to 6-passenger mode for a revolutionary new way to work and
play.
http://www.kawasaki.com/Products/2015-Mule-PRO-FXT-EPS-Camo
Item #2 Global Positioning System
The purchase of global positioning systems is imperative to the success of the Geocaching program. With GPS
the instructor is able to teach techniques in the use of modern equipment technologies which allows
participants to utilize the knowledge they gain to interpret the information.
Quote 1: eXplorist GC North Americ - $900 (6 @ 149.99)
eXplorist GC is built for a premium geocaching experience. Whether you're a seasoned
geocacher with more than a thousand finds or a newbie that's interested in getting in on the
action, eXplorist GC provides all the tricks of the trade.
http://www.magellangps.com/Store/eXploristSeries/eXplorist-GC
Quote 2: Garmin eTrex 20 - $953 (6 @ 158.96)
eTrex 20 has an enhanced 2.2", 65K color, sunlight-readable display. It supports
geocaching GPX files for downloading geocaches and details straight to your unit. This GPS
locates your position quickly and precisely and maintains the GPS location even in heavy cover
and deep canyons with the help of its high-sensitivity, WAAS-enabled GPS receiver and HotFix
Satellite Prediction.
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Garmin-eTrex-20-2.2-Portable-GPS/17167613
Quote 3: Geomate.Jr 2.0 Geocache GPS and Update Kit Combo - $486 (6 @ 80.99)
The Geomate GPS has a compass and the ability to set waypoint and navigate back to that point.
It also has the ability to display latitude & longitudes for map use. Just turn it on and you are
ready to begin your adventure!
http://www.amazon.com/Geomate-Jr-2-0-Geocache-Update-Combo/dp/B00JLYPP1K
19

Name of
Program
SB
Team Building
X
Basic Navigation
X
Tools
Land Navigation X
Geocaching 101
X
Terrain and
X
Difficulty
Assessment
Lunch
X
Swag
X
Travel Bug
X
Cache Reporting X
CITO
X
Establishing
X
Treasure Hunt
X
S
X
$468.00 $

333.70 $

320.68 $ 1,122.38

30

13

390

Direct
Admin
People Classes People
Labor
Supplies
Overhead
Total Cost per Class per Year per Year
$936.00 $
79.56 $
406.22 $ 1,421.78
30
13
390

$ 2.88

Fee
$ 3.65

$ 1,122.38

Revenue
$ 1,421.78

Budget Summery

$ 1,621.62
$ 1,457.82

100.70

$ 4.16
$ 3.74

$ 0.26 $

390
390
390

13
13
13

30
30
30

463.32 $ 1,621.62
416.52 $ 1,457.82
100.70

690.30 $
963.30 $
$

$468.00 $
$78.00 $
28.77

X
X
$

$
$
$
$
$
$
$

40.73

390
390
390
390
390
390
390

$ 19,353.21

$ 4,471.74
$
933.66
$
647.57
$
169.08
$
152.88
$ 2,247.15
$ 5,006.82

13
13
13
13
13
13
13
$ 19,353.21

11.47
2.39
1.66
0.43
0.39
5.76
12.84

30
30
30
30
30
30
30

$31.20 $

$ 5,529.49

$ 2,726.10 $ 1,277.64 $ 4,471.74


$
643.50 $
266.76 $
933.66
$
431.35 $
185.02 $
647.57
$
42.77 $
48.31 $
169.08
$
78.00 $
43.68 $
152.88
$
903.11 $
642.04 $ 2,247.15
$
768.30 $ 1,430.52 $ 5,006.82

$6,123.00 $ 7,700.72

$468.00
$23.40
$31.20
$78.00
$31.20
$702.00
$2,808.00

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Total Costs:

20

Horseback Riding

Alyssa Nolan
21

Program Area: Horseback Riding


Supervisor Title: Horseback Riding Supervisor
Program Year: 2015-2016
Component Costs of Program:
Direct Labor:
Materials:
Admin Overhead:

Total Program Cost:

$ 5,928.0
$ 21,408.80
$ 10,934.72
$ 38,271.52

_______________________________________________________________________________

Goal: The horseback riding portion of Expedition 180 is in the last phase of our week long adventure.

Beginner Classes:
Beginner riders are introduced to key skills through our many safety and technique classes. Our safety
classes include Equine Anatomy, Horse Safety, and Trail Safety. Our technique classes include Tack& Knots,
Grooming, Riding Etiquette and Walking classes.

Intermediate Classes:
Intermediate riders will get to practice their riding technique in our Walking, Arena, and Trail Ride classes.
Advanced Classes:
For our advanced riders we are adding in some exciting new classes. These classes are for those riders who
are looking for a challenge. These include our Tricks & Stunts class and our Jumps class.

22

Horseback Riding Programs: 2015


Equine Anatomy
Explore the equine body. Cost $0.67
Tack & Knots
Learn about the important equine tools and the ins & outs of equine knots. Cost $12.19
Safety Class
Learn horse safety dos & donts. Cost $0.73
Grooming
Learn how to properly groom a horse. Cost $6.85
Walking
Learn how to properly walk a horse on a lead. Cost $4.26
Lunch
The participants will receive a tasty well rounded lunch. Cost $30.24
Riding Etiquette
Learn the proper riding techniques. Cost $0.63
Arena Class
Learn the proper riding techniques. Cost $3.36
Trick & Stunt Riding
This class is basically gymnastics on horses. Cost $3.36
Jumps Class
Learn how to jump different elements on horseback. Cost $3.36
Trail Safety
Learn safety techniques used on trail rides. Cost $29.12
Trail Ride
Take an easy going trail ride on horseback. Cost $3.36

23

Personnel Part-Time
Name of Program
Equine Anatomy
Tack & Knots
Safety
Groom
Walk
Lunch Break
Riding Etiquette
Arena Class
Tricks & Stunts
Jump Class
Trail Safety
Trail Ride

SP
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

S
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Number of
Personnel
2
2
2
6
6
6
2
6
6
6
2
6

Rate
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00

Hours per Number


Week of Weeks
0.5
13
0.5
13
0.5
13
0.5
13
0.5
13
0.5
13
0.5
13
1
13
1
13
1
13
0.5
13
1
13

Personnel
Subtotal
$ 156.00
$ 156.00
$ 156.00
$ 468.00
$ 468.00
$ 468.00
$ 156.00
$ 936.00
$ 936.00
$ 936.00
$ 156.00
$ 936.00

Personnel
Total
$ 156.00
$ 156.00
$ 156.00
$ 468.00
$ 468.00
$ 468.00
$ 156.00
$ 936.00
$ 936.00
$ 936.00
$ 156.00
$ 936.00

Total Personnel Cost: $ 5,928.00

24

Supplies
Name of
Program
Equine
Anatomy
Tack & Knots
Safety
Groom
Walk

Lunch
Riding
Etiquette

SP
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X X Posture Poster

X
X
X
Tricks & Stunts
X
X
Jump Class
X
Trail Safety
X
X
Trail Ride
X
Arena Class

S
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Items
per Programs
Supply
Item
Price Program per Year Subtotal Supply Total
Anatomy Poster
$ 20.00
1
2
$
20.00
$
30.00
Velcro Tabs
$ 10.00
30
3
$
10.00
Lead Rope
$ 20.00
36
1
$ 720.00
Saddle ties
N/A
$ 3,240.00
Saddle Blanket
$ 20.00
36
1
$ 720.00
Bridal
$ 50.00
36
1
$ 1,800.00
Safety Handout (Printout) $ 0.10
36
13
$
46.80 $
46.80
Combs
$ 10.00
36
1
$ 360.00
Brushes
$ 10.00
36
1
$ 360.00 $ 1,440.00
Hoof Pick
$ 20.00
36
1
$ 720.00
Halter
$ 20.00
36
1
$ 720.00
$
720.00
Accounted for
Lead Rope
Sandwhich
$ 5.00
36
13
$ 2,340.00
Drink
$ 5.00
36
13
$ 2,340.00
$ 7,956.00
Vegetables
$ 5.00
36
13
$ 2,340.00
Cookie
$ 2.00
36
13
$ 936.00

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Saddle blanket
Bridal
Bridal
Saddle Blanket
Bridal
Saddle Blanket
Water bottle
Bridal
Saddle Blanket

$ 20.00

$ 17.00

Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
36
13
Accounted for
Accounted for

20.00

$ 7,956.00

20.00

$ 7,956.00
$

Total Cost: $ 21,408.80

25

Capital Outlay
Item #1 Horses
Buying horses is essential to the entirety of my program. Also, being able to buy the horses rather than renting
them will be more cost efficient for the company in the long run.
Quote 1: Dark Bay Anglo-Arab Mare - $1,500
A 14 year old grade Anglo-Arab Mare that is about 14.2h and weighs between 800-1000lb. She
has excellent ground manners and is excited to work. She can go in any direction be it a trail
horse, hunter or dressage.
http://www.equinenow.com
Quote 2: Moonlyte Jewel Black Arabian Filly - $2,500
Jewel is a flashy black tobiano filly born June 1, 2012. Beautiful color, flashy movement, sweet
personality. Easy to catch, halter, lead and started under saddle. Doing very well and her second
ride was on January 3, 2015. Walk, trot, canter, back up and with no buck or negative attitude.
She has a great mind, learns fast, tries to please and a great attitude about work.
http://www.equinenow.com
Quote 3: Wontonsoupforyou Grey Thoroughbred Mare - $900
Very sweet and gentle mare. She rides English and western. She is suitable for a beginner or
child. A previous owner has her Jockey Club papers and will not release them to me.
http://www.equinenow.com
Item #2 Saddles
Owning saddles for the horses is essential to my equine program. Being able to own saddles that can be
designated to a specific horse is better for all of the horses.
Quote 1: 16 17 18 Big Horn Western Flex Gaited Saddle 1684 $1,623
A premium gaited saddle from Big Horn built on a medium gaited western flex tree, this western
gaited saddle doesn't leave much more to be desired for your gaited horse.
http://www.horsesaddleshop.com
Quote 2: Cashel Western Trail Saddle $1,695
Its light weight makes it easy on both you and your horse. Made of soft, supple Hermann Oak
leather, the quality construction of this saddle provides ultimate comfort. The stirrup fenders
are even positioned to give the rider a comfortable leg angle for more stability, comfort, and
security.
www.smartpakequine.com
Quote 3: Cashel Trail Outfitter Saddle 16in Reg Dark Chocol, Western Saddles $1,800
A hardworking, yet comfortable saddle that is easy on the pocket book. It is tough and durable
for roping cattle or packing loads. Loaded with strings and dees, it is designed to fit everyone
from working cowboys to pleasure riders.
http://www.horse.com

26

Name of
Program
X

SB

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

$156.00
$156.00
$468.00
$468.00
$468.00
$156.00
$936.00
$936.00
$936.00
$156.00
$936.00

$156.00 $

Direct
Labor

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

3,240.00
46.80
1,440.00
720.00
7,956.00
20.00
7,956.00
-

30.00

Supplies

Equine Anatomy
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Budget Summary

Fee

$ 0.67 $

People Classes People


Total Cost per Class per Year per Year
390

Admin
Overhead

13

260.40

30

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

74.40

390
390
390
390
390
390
390
390
390
390
390

Revenue

260.40

$ 38,271.52

$ 4,754.40
$
283.92
$ 2,671.20
$ 1,663.20
$ 11,793.60
$
246.40
$ 1,310.40
$ 1,310.40
$ 1,310.40
$ 11,356.80
$ 1,310.40

13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13

12.19
0.73
6.85
4.26
30.24
0.63
3.36
3.36
3.36
29.12
3.36

30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
$ 38,271.52

$ 1,358.40 $ 4,754.40
$
81.12 $
283.92
$
763.20 $ 2,671.20
$
475.20 $ 1,663.20
$ 3,369.60 $ 11,793.60
$
70.40 $
246.40
$
374.40 $ 1,310.40
$
374.40 $ 1,310.40
$
374.40 $ 1,310.40
$ 3,244.80 $ 11,356.80
$
374.40 $ 1,310.40

$5,928.00 $ 21,408.80 $ 10,934.72

Tack & Knots


Safety
Groom
Walk
Lunch Break
Riding Etiquette
Arena Class
Tricks & Stunts
Jump Class
Trail Safety
Trail Ride
Total Costs:

27

Rafting & Camping

Cameron Corcoran
28

Program Area: Rafting and Camping


Supervisor Title: Rafting and Camping Supervisor
Program Year: 2015-2016
Component Costs of Program:
Direct Labor:
Materials:
Admin Overhead:

Total Program Cost:

$ 8,580.00
$ 33,144.50
$ 16,689.80
$ 58,414.30

_______________________________________________________________________________

Expedition 180 proudly facilitates river rafting and camping trips for at-risk youth. We challenge youth to
push themselves mentally and physically during our fun and engaging adventures. We provide a positive
experience with an exciting time on the water. While camping we strive to provide life skills in cooking and
working together with others.

Goals: Recreate safely while floating down the river while developing personal growth and build skills
that will benefit the participants throughout life.

The river rafting and camping of Expedition 180 is a beginner phase of our weeklong program. This allows
participants to engage in a fun activity without needing prior skills or experience. Participants will learn soft
skills, hard skills, and personal development.

Stage 1: Pre-trip
The core of river rafting and camping is being prepared and having adequate knowledge of your intended
location and trip objectives. Proper education about the risks and hazards on the river are key to the safety of
the individuals involved. Sessions on equipping the raft, safety talk, and paddle captain briefing are necessary
for a successful day on the river.
Stage 2: On the water skills
Skills are best learned while doing the activity. Skills such as how to paddle, what a high side is, looking for
hazards on the water like holes, strainers, and foot entrapment are the most important skills learned to be
safe on the water.
Stage 3: Camp Skills
Camping is a great way to get in touch with life without the many distractions that everyday provides us.
Cooking and effectively communicating with others are skills that are built while camping and are useful tools
in other settings in life.

29

Rafting and Camping Programs: 2015


Equipping Raft
Participants will learn to rig a raft for whitewater rafting. Cost $19.49
Safety Talk
Description of hazards on the river as well as proper technical terms used on the river. Cost $40.94
Paddle Captain Briefing
Teach how to paddle together, water commands, and reiterate hazards on the water. Cost $1.90
Rafting
Float down the river while enjoying class the rapids. Cost $11.94
Lunch on the River
Stop at designated area and have lunch while swimming and relaxing in the sun. Cost $3.47
Take Out at Campsite
Arrive at the take out. Place rafts on trailers and put water gear away. Cost $33.05
Camp Set Up
Set up tents, kitchen, and put personal gear away. Cost $33.09
Cook Off
Participants will engage in cooking a meal that everyone will get to taste. Winner will win a prize. Cost $7.47
LNT Talk
Give a talk on Leave No Trace with an emphases on fire pit. Cost $1.76
LNT Fire Pit
Build a Leave No Trace fire. Cost $0.78
Night Games
Participants can engage in lively night games with the leaders as well as other participants. Cost $1.84
Debriefing
Talk about the days events. What they liked the most, what they learned about them self and also what they
learned about camping and rafting. Cost $1.47

30

Personnel Part-Time
Name of Program
SP
Equiping raft
x
safty talk
x
Paddle captain Brief
x
Rafting
x
Lunch on the river
x
Take out at campsite
x
Camp set up
x
Cook off
x
LNT talk
x
LNT fire pit
x
Night games
x
Debrefing days events x

S
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

Number of
Personnel
2
1
5
5
5
5
5
5
2
2
1
5

Rate
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00

Hours per Number


Week of Weeks
1
13
0.5
13
0.5
13
4
13
1
13
0.5
13
1
13
2
13
0.5
13
0.5
13
3
13
0.5
13

Personnel
Subtotal
$ 312.00
$ 78.00
$ 390.00
$3,120.00
$ 780.00
$ 390.00
$ 780.00
$1,560.00
$ 156.00
$ 156.00
$ 468.00
$ 390.00

Personnel
Total
$ 312.00
$
78.00
$ 390.00
$ 3,120.00
$ 780.00
$ 390.00
$ 780.00
$ 1,560.00
$ 156.00
$ 156.00
$ 468.00
$ 390.00

Total Personnel Cost: $ 8,580.00

31

Supplies
Name of
Program

SP
X
X
Equiping raft
X
X
X
X
X
Safty talk
X
X
X
X
Pddle captian
X
brief
X
X
X
Rafting on the
X
river
X
X
X
Lunch
X
X
X
Take out
X
X
X
Camping
X
X
X
X
X
Cook off
X
X
X
X
LNT talk
X
X
X
LNT fire pit
X
X
Night games
X
Debrefing
X
activities

S
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Item
Helmets
Thwart bag
Large Barrel pump
paddles
PFD
Wet suits
river shoes
gloves
throw rope
PFD
Paddles
Helmets
PFD
Helmets
paddles
Thwart bag
Throw rope
PFD
94 quart cooler
water jugs
fold up table
paddle bags
NRS Straps 12'
Kelty shelter
water jugs
4 person tents
sleeping pads
sleeping bags
kitchen box & dry box
Fold up tables
94 quart cooler
commercial stove
Propane Tank
LNT cards
LNT handbook
Shovel
Space blanket
matches
Zip Lock bag
Cards

X Ball

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

Price
55.00
45.00
85.00
12.00
65.00
219.00
40.00
35.00
55.00
65.00
12.00
55.00
65.00
55.00
12.00
45.00
55.00
65.00
85.00
14.00
20.00
45.00
4.75
167.00
14.00
225.00
30.00
105.00
45.00
20.00
85.00
125.00
35.00
0.50
10.75
15.00
10.00
2.00
2.00
1.00

$ 20.00

Items
per Programs
Supply
Program per Year Subtotal Supply Total
38
1
$ 2,090.00
7
1
$ 315.00
4
1
$ 340.00 $ 3,687.00
36
1
$ 432.00
40
1
$ 2,600.00
40
1
$ 8,760.00
40
1
$ 1,600.00
40
1
$ 1,400.00 $ 12,595.00
7
2
$ 770.00
1
1
$
65.00
2
1
$
24.00
144.00
1
1
$
55.00 $
1
1
$
65.00
1
1
$
55.00
2
1
$
24.00
189.00
1
1
$
45.00 $
1
1
$
55.00
1
1
$
65.00
2
1
$ 170.00
280.00
5
1
$
70.00 $
2
1
$
40.00
5
1
$ 225.00
$
367.50
10
3
$ 142.50
2
1
$ 334.00
6
1
$
84.00
12
1
$ 2,700.00 $ 8,518.00
40
1
$ 1,200.00
40
1
$ 4,200.00
3
1
$ 135.00
1
1
$
20.00
560.00
1
1
$
85.00 $
2
1
$ 250.00
2
1
$
70.00
40
13
$ 260.00
$ 5,850.00
40
13
$ 5,590.00
2
1
$
30.00
2
2
$
40.00
$
174.00
2
13
$
52.00
2
13
$
52.00
40
13
$ 520.00 $
520.00
1

13

260.00 $

Total Cost:

260.00

$ 33,144.50

32

Capital Outlay
Item #1 Raft
For a successful river rafting excursion the purchase of a multi-passenger raft is imperative.
Quote 1: Aire Center Mount Frame with 14 raft Price: $5,199
The 156D is a big, agile boat that is great for large paddle raft'in parties. The 156D can
comfortable fit up to 9 people and is an outfitter favorite.
www.aire.com
Quote 2: Maravia Ranger Price: $5,995
The Ranger features ten 2.5" D-rings, three removeable thwarts, four carry handles, a full 10year warranty, Maravia's TOUGH Class VI base fabric and the best URETHANE coating on the
market - over 40 times the abrasion resistance of PVC and over 15 times the abrasion resistance
of Hypalon.
www.maravia.com
Quote 3: NRS E-132d self-bailing raft Price: $5,200
The NRS Otter 140 is the "little big man" of rafts. At 14' long and 7' wide, it's small enough to
navigate tight rivers and large enough to carry heavy loads on multi-day trips. A great fishing
boat too!
www.nrs.com

Item #2 Cataraft
The purchase of a cataraft will allow for easier and more convenient transport of the classes required gear.
Quote 1: Aire Lion 14 Price: $2,599
Strong and powerful like its namesake, the Lion 14 will make the haul. This boat has a load
capacity comparable to most 16' catarafts. The Lion 14 was designed to carry lots of gear for use
on a variety of rivers, especially the smaller, tighter rivers where length of boat is a factor.
www.aire.com
Quote 2: Maravia Cataraft 14x24 Price: $2,995
Smooth curved bow and stern profiles on this highly maneuverable cataraft cut the water more
like a hard hull and gives better handling characteristics. Made of Maravia's tough Class VI
material, coated with durable urethane, and a full 10-year warranty.
www.maravia.com
Quote 3: NRS 14 River Raft Price: $2,600
Play today, haul gear tomorrow with the midsize NRS River Cat cataraft. Its quick reflexes shine
on "rapid" day trips, while 25" tubes will carry you and all your stuff to that secluded river
campsite.
www.nrs.com

33

Name of
Program
Equiping raft
Safety Talk
Paddle Captain
Briefing
Rafting
Lunch on the
River
Take out at
campsite
Camp set up
Cook off
LNT talk
LNT fire pit
Night games
Debrefing days
events

Direct
Labor
$ 312.00
$
78.00

280.00 $

189.00

Supplies
$ 3,687.00
$ 12,595.00

424.00 $ 1,484.00

$ 1,323.60 $ 4,632.60

144.00 $

303.00 $ 1,060.50

30

30

30

30

13

13

13

13

390
390
390
390
390

390 $ 2.72

390 $ 3.81

390 $ 11.88

$ 1,060.50

$ 1,484.00

$ 4,632.60

390 $ 1.92 $

Budget Summary
S
X
X
$ 390.00

$
367.50 $

13
13
13
13
13

390 $ 2.33 $

Admin
People Classes People
Overhead
Total Cost per Class per Year per Year
Fee
Revenue
$ 1,599.60 $ 5,598.60
30
13
390 $ 14.36 $ 5,598.60
$ 5,069.20 $ 17,742.20
30
13
390 $ 45.49 $ 17,742.20

SB
X
X
X
$ 3,120.00

30
30
30
30
30

13

$ 58,414.30

910.00

33.38 $ 13,017.20
7.61 $ 2,968.00
21.56 $ 8,408.40
1.18 $
462.00
3.55 $ 1,383.20

747.60

X
X
$ 780.00

$ 8,518.00 $ 3,719.20 $ 13,017.20


$
560.00 $
848.00 $ 2,968.00
$ 5,850.00 $ 2,402.40 $ 8,408.40
$
174.00 $
132.00 $
462.00
$
520.00 $
395.20 $ 1,383.20

30

747.60

X
X
$ 390.00

910.00

260.00

X
X
$ 780.00
$ 1,560.00
$ 156.00
$ 156.00
$ 468.00
$

213.60

X
X
X
X
X
X
$ 390.00

$ 58,414.30

$
$
$
$
$

X
X
X
X
X
X

$8,580.00 $ 33,144.50 $ 16,689.80

260.00 $

Total Costs:

34

Rock Climbing

Coby Walsh
35

Program Area: Rock Climbing


Supervisor Title: Rock Climbing Supervisor
Program Year: 2015-2016
Component Costs of Program:

Direct Labor:
Materials:
Admin Overhead:

Total Program Cost:

$ 5,226.00
$ 16,523.75
$ 8,699.90
$ 30,449.65

_______________________________________________________________________________

Expedition 180 is proudly facilitates day long hiking experiences for under privileged adolescents. We strive to
provide memorable outdoor experiences that can open doors to positive life experiences in the futures of our
participants. We do this by offering a wide variety of hiking skills that are valuable within the hiking experience
as well as in the rest of life.

Goal: Recreate safely while learning and developing skills that participants can use to re-create the
experiences on their own long after Expedition 180 has ended.

During our climbing day participates will get the opportunity accomplish a challenge they may never have
thought possible. Through team work and positive reinforcement, each participate will get the chance to
challenge their stills on a variety of different climbing routes. This portion of Expedition 180 promotes
positive self-esteem, teamwork, and problem solving.

Stage 1: Soft Skills


Through the duration of the first part of the day participate will be given an introductory lesson into rock
climbing. Along with our intro into rock climbing class participates will learn all about the different types of
gear that goes into rock climbing and their purposes.
Stage 2: Hard Skills
In the second half of the day participates will be given a safety briefing and opportunity to learn how to belay.
After everyone has learned how to belay each participate will be able to climb on multiple different climbing
routes, as well as cheer on their peers as they try and reach the top.

36

Rock Climbing Programs: 2015


Ice Breaker
During our ice breaker we will play a fun game that will give us the chance to get learn each others names and
get to know each others before we embark on our climbing adventure. Cost $0.57
Leave No Trace (LNT)
During this LNT session participants will be introduced to the seven LNT principals, what they mean, why it is
crucial that we follow these seven principles and how to apply them. Cost $4.76
Gear
Participants will have the opportunity to learn about all the different types of gear and its purpose. Cost $0.99
Protection
Throughout this session participate will learn about different types of protection, why we use them and
different purposes. Cost $1.96
Anchors
In this session participants will learn why we use anchors and receive an introductory lesson in anchor
building. Cost $1.77
Intro to Rock Climbing
In our intro to rock climbing session participants will learn how to rock climb, techniques of climbing, climbing
holds, types of climbing and a little history on the sport. Cost $0.98
Lunch
After learning all about rock climbing it is time to take a breather and enjoy a nice lunch and snacks. Refuel
and get ready for some rock climbing! Cost $3.92
Safety Briefing
After lunch participants will go over a safety briefing. During the safety briefing we will go over the hazards of
rock climbing and how to avoid them, along with the dos and donts. Cost $0.65
Belay Class
In our belay class participants will get the opportunity to learn how to belay each other. After learning the
belay technique participants will be closely monitored and given a belay test. If passed participants will be able
to be belay their friends on the climbing wall. Cost $5.32
Demonstration
In our demonstration participants will be given a chance to observe their instructors as they demonstrate how
to belay and climb in real time. Cost $1.77
Climbing
During our climbing session participants will be able to belay and climb with their friends on various different
climbing routes. Cost $5.60
Debrief/Closure
After a long day of adventure it is time to sit down and reflect on our experiences throughout the day.
Cost $2.01
.

37

Personnel Part-Time
Name of Program
Ice Breaker
Leave No Trace (LNT)
Gear
Protection
Anchors
Intro to Rock Climbing
Lunch
Safety Briefing
Belay Class
Demonstration
Climbing
Debrief/Closure

SP
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

S
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

Number of
Personnel
6
2
2
2
2
2
6
2
4
2
6
2

Rate
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00

Hours per Number Personnel


Week of Weeks Subtotal
0.50
13
$ 468.00
0.50
13
$ 156.00
0.50
13
$ 156.00
0.50
13
$ 156.00
0.50
13
$ 156.00
0.75
13
$ 234.00
1.00
13
$ 936.00
0.50
13
$ 156.00
1.00
13
$ 624.00
0.50
13
$ 156.00
2.00
13
$1,872.00
0.50
13
$ 156.00
Total Personnel Cost:

Personnel
Total
$ 468.00
$ 156.00
$ 156.00
$ 156.00
$ 156.00
$ 234.00
$ 936.00
$ 156.00
$ 624.00
$ 156.00
$ 1,872.00
$ 156.00
$ 5,226.00

38

Supplies
Name of
Program

SP
X
Ice Breaker
X
X
LNT
X
X
X
X
Gear
X
X
X
Protection
X
X
Anchors
X
X
Intro into Rock
X
Climbing
X
X
Lunch
X
X
Safety Briefing
X
X
Belay Class
X
X
X
X
Demonstratio
X
n
X

Climbing

Debrief

S
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X X
X X
X X
X X
X X
X X

Item
Whistle
Ball
LNT Booklet
LNT Card
Gallon Ziplock Bags
Harness
Locking Carabiner
Belay Device
Helmet
Quickdraws
Carabiners
Locking Carabiners
Webbing
Harness
Locking Carabiners
Belay Device
Food/Snacks
Water Bottle
Harness
Helmet
Harness
Locking Carabiner
Helmet
Harness
Helmet
Quickdraws
Belay Device/Locking
Carabiners
Harness
Helmet
Quickdraws
Belay Device/Locking
Carabiners
Ball
Eval Forms

Price
$ 6.99
$ 3.35
$ 2.95
$ 0.25
$ 3.42
$ 54.95
$ 9.95
$ 17.95
$ 59.95
$ 11.95
$ 6.00
$ 10.00
$ 8.95
$ 55.00
$ 10.00
$ 18.00
$ 10.00
$ 0.25
$ 55.00
$ 60.00
$ 55.00
$ 10.00
$ 60.00
$ 55.00
$ 60.00
$ 12.00
$ 28.00

Items
per Programs
Supply
Program per Year Subtotal Supply Total
30
1
$ 209.70
$
213.05
1
1
$
3.35
30
13
$ 1,150.50
30
13
$
97.50 $ 2,581.80
30
13
$ 1,333.80
30
1
$ 1,648.50
30
1
$ 298.50
$ 3,835.25
5
1
$
89.75
30
1
$ 1,798.50
13
3
$ 466.05
$ 2,806.05
30
13
$ 2,340.00
16
1
$ 160.00
$
321.10
9
2
$ 161.10
1
1
$
55.00
83.00
1
1
$
10.00 $
1
1
$
18.00
30
13
$ 3,900.00
$ 3,997.50
30
13
$
97.50
1
1
$
55.00
$
115.00
1
1
$
60.00
30
1
$ 1,650.00
5
1
$
50.00 $ 1,760.00
1
1
$
60.00
2
1
$ 110.00
2
1
$ 120.00
294.00
1
3
$
36.00 $
1
1
$
28.00

$
$
$
$

55.00
60.00
12.00
28.00

1
2
6
3

1
1
3
1

$
$
$
$

$
$

3.00
0.10

1
30

1
13

$
$

55.00
120.00
216.00 $
84.00
3.00
39.00

475.00

42.00

Total Cost: $ 16,523.75

39

Capital Outlay
Item #1 Trad Gear
The purchase of trad gear will allow my activity to climb route that do not have bolts for sport leading. This allow
for easier access to a wide variety of climbing around the Bend Oregon area.
Quote 1: Black Diamond cams, nuts, and hexes - $1,187
Black diamond provides the best in traditional climbing gear and is the most popular among
climbers.
http://blackdiamondequipment.com/en/climbing-cams-stoppers-nuts-hexes
Quote 2: Metolius cams, nuts, and hexes - $884
Metolius provides great traditional climbing gear at an affordable price.
http://www.metoliusclimbing.com/master_cam.html
Quote 3: DMM cams and nuts - $806
DMM runs on the cheapest end but still provides great gear. Although, they do not provide
hexes.
http://www.redpointclimbing.com/dmm-dragoncams/dp/870

Item #2 Ropes
The purchase of ropes will allow the program to safely rock climb.
Quote 1: Petzl - $995 (5 @ 199)
The MAMBO 10.1 single rope has a 10.1 mm diameter for greater versatility and ease of use in
the gym or at the crag. This rope has a thick sheath for greater durability and better control.
http://www.petzl.com/en/Sport/Ropes/MAMBO-10-1-mm?l=INT#.VPDFvvm-3AQ
Quote 2: Elerid - $800 (5 @ 159.95)
Python Standard Climbing 10.0mm Rope for beginner climbers to help with the transition from
plastic-pulling prowess to the outdoor crags. Its 10-millimeter diameter and Thermo Shield
treatment offers enhanced handling and better control for beginning belayers.
http://www.backcountry.com
Quote 3: Sterling - $1,045 (5 @ 209)
Pro can easily be described as the best all-around rope for durability and handling. At 10.1mm,
the Pro has performed to the highest standards on more routes than most of the competition
combined. It features a low impact force and as with all of our ropes DryCore.
http://www.sterlingrope.com

40

Name of
Program
SB
Ice Breaker
X
Leave No Trace
X
Gear
X
Protection
X
Anchors
X
Intro Into Rock
X
Climbing
Lunch
X
Safety Briefing
X
Belay Class
X
Demonstration
X
Climbing
X
Debrief/Closure X
S
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Total Costs:

Direct
Labor
$468.00
$156.00
$156.00
$156.00
$156.00

Budget Summary

126.80

443.80

$ 30,449.65

30

13
13
13
13
13
13

13

390
390
390
390
390
390

390

$
$
$
$
$
$

$ 1.14 $

443.80

$ 30,449.65

17.71 $ 6,906.90
0.97 $
379.40
8.56 $ 3,337.60
1.62 $
630.00
8.43 $ 3,285.80
0.71 $
277.20

30
30
30
30
30
30

Admin
People Classes People
Supplies
Overhead
Total Cost per Class per Year per Year
Fee
Revenue
$
213.05 $
272.42 $
953.47
30
13
390
$ 2.44 $
953.47
$ 2,581.80 $ 1,095.12 $ 3,832.92
30
13
390
$ 9.83 $ 3,832.92
$ 3,835.25 $ 1,596.50 $ 5,587.75
30
13
390
$ 14.33 $ 5,587.75
$ 2,806.05 $ 1,184.82 $ 4,146.87
30
13
390
$ 10.63 $ 4,146.87
$
321.10 $
190.84 $
667.94
30
13
390
$ 1.71 $
667.94
83.00 $

$ 8,699.90

$ 3,997.50 $ 1,973.40 $ 6,906.90


$
115.00 $
108.40 $
379.40
$ 1,760.00 $
953.60 $ 3,337.60
$
294.00 $
180.00 $
630.00
$
475.00 $
938.80 $ 3,285.80
$
42.00 $
79.20 $
277.20

$234.00 $
$936.00
$156.00
$624.00
$156.00
$1,872.00
$156.00
$5,226.00 $ 16,523.75

41

Stand Up Paddle
Boarding

Darren Bunke
42

Program Area: Stand Up Paddle Boarding


Supervisor Title: Stand Up Paddle Boarding Supervisor
Program Year: 2015-2016
Component Costs of Program:

Direct Labor:
Materials:
Admin Overhead:
Total Program Cost:

$ 8,112.00
$ 11,957.15
$ 8,027.66
$ 28,096.81

_______________________________________________________________________________
Stand up and paddle. That will be the motto for the day. Balance is the key. For an entire day, each youth will
be able to have their own individual Standup Paddle Board (SUP). We will teach you a variety of skills to
become proficient on the SUP with some challenges along the way.
Goal: To help the participants of Expedition 180 gain skill sets in strand up paddle boarding as well as
gain a variety of skills that may help with lifelong activities that they may participate in when this
program is over.
Level 1: This part of the program will consist of mostly learning the basics and to educate about the materials
that are to be used.
Safety briefing, learning the equipment, stroke stance fall, and learning features of the river are all
programs that do not take much instruction or time to teach. Learning the strokes, the stance, and
how to fall properly bridge the gateway from level one to level 2.
Level 2: This gets into the more challenging aspects of paddle boarding.
Skills such as Paddling on the flat water of a lake, signaling with one another, and a relay races begin
the more exciting part of this. Each person will test their skills with one another to help other
individuals thrive in the activity.
Level 3: We have but two activities that represents part of the most challenging aspect of Standup Paddle
Boarding. These will push the limits to all the participants and will demand a high level of concentration and
hard work.
You have experienced paddling, racing, and lots of time, but there will be no greater skill that will
have to be utilized than when we participate in activities like running the river and even river surfing.
River surfing takes a tremendous amount of balance and focus. River running however requires
precise timing and knowledge of the features of the river.

43

Stand Up Paddle Boarding Programs: 2015


Ice Breaker
This is a way for all of the participants to further get to know one another while in friendly conversation or
challenge. Cost $1.19
Learn the Equipment
Go through and understand each piece of equipment and how each one works within Stand up Paddle
boarding. Cost $19.56
Safety Briefing
Allow each participant to know and understand what the risks of paddle boarding and the water. Cost $6.74
Stroke, Stance, Fall
Give instruction on how to properly stand on the paddle board as well as the different strokes and proper
way to fall. Cost $0.56
Flat Water
Practice what each person has learned by having a little free time to paddle on the local lake. Cost $4.48
Signaling
Teach how to properly signal one another when words may not be able to be expressed. Cost $0.84
Relay Race
Use a little friendly competition with a race between all of the participants. Cost $1.68
Lunch/Hammocks
Have an hour for lunch where the participants can enjoy relaxing in nice hammocks. Cost $17.88
Features of the River
Describe features of the river. Tell what can be fun and what can be dangerous. Cost $0.28
Run the River
Take the participants down a river. Prove that their new skill and knowledge is practiced. Cost $10.08
River Surf
River surfing is a hard skill. This will test to see who has the knack for it and also practice falling when
necessary. Cost $6.72
Debrief
The debrief is the most important part. This is where the participants can relive memories and learn from the
activity. Cost $2.03

44

Personnel Part-Time
Name of Program
Ice Breaker
Learning Equipment
Safety Briefing
Stroke, Stance, Fall
Flat Water
Signals
Relay Race
Lunch/Hammock
Features of the river
Run the river
River Surfing
Debrief

SP
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

S
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

Number of
Personnel
6
2
2
2
4
3
4
2
1
6
6
6

Rate
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
$ 12.00

Hours per Number Personnel


Week of Weeks Subtotal
0.25
13
$ 234.00
0.5
13
$ 156.00
0.25
13
$ 78.00
0.5
13
$ 156.00
2
13
$1,248.00
0.5
13
$ 234.00
0.75
13
$ 468.00
1
13
$ 312.00
0.5
13
$ 78.00
3
13
$2,808.00
2
13
$1,872.00
0.5
13
$ 468.00
Total Personnel Cost:

Personnel
Total
$ 234.00
$ 156.00
$
78.00
$ 156.00
$ 1,248.00
$ 234.00
$ 468.00
$ 312.00
$
78.00
$ 2,808.00
$ 1,872.00
$ 468.00
$ 8,112.00

45

Supplies
Name of
Program

SP
X
Ice Breaker
X
X
Learning
X
Equipment
X
X
X
X
Safety Briefing X
X
X
Stroke, Stance, X
Fall
X
X
Flat Water
X
X
Signal
X
X
Relay Race
X
X
X
Lunch,
X
Hammock
X
X
X
Features or
X
the River
X
X
X
Run the River X
X
X
X
X
River Surfing
X
X
X
X
Debrief
X

S
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Item
Demo
Candy
Fin
Leash
PFD
Throw Rope
PFD
Throw Rope
Fin
Leash
Helmet
PFD
Fin
Fin
PFD
Helmet
Fin
Fin
Leash
Hammocks
Lunch:
Sandwich
Vegetable
Juice/Milk
Cookie
Navigating a hole
Avoiding strainers
Fin
Throw rope
Helmet
PFD
Leash
Fin
Leash
Helmet
PFD
Throw Rope
Discussion
Candy

Price
N/A
$ 0.25
$ 9.95
$ 39.95
$ 79.95
$ 59.95

Items
per Programs
Program per Year

Supply
Subtotal
$
97.50
$ 358.20
$ 1,438.20
$ 3,198.00
$ 299.75

$ 59.95

30
13
36
1
36
1
40
1
5
1
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
36
1
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
36
1

$
$
$
$

30
30
30
30

$ 1,482.00
$ 448.50
$ 581.10
$ 214.50

$ 49.95

3.80
1.15
1.49
0.55
N/A
N/A

13
13
13
13

Supply Total
$

97.50

$ 5,294.15

$ 1,798.20
$ 1,798.20

$ 2,158.20
$ 4,669.80

Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
Accounted for
$

N/A
0.25

30

13

97.50

97.50

Total Cost: $ 11,957.15


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Capital Outlay
Item #1 Stand-up Paddleboard
To ensure success in Stand Up Paddle Boarding, it is imperative that we have the best technology at the
cheapest price. The staff and the youth will feel the balance and weight of each board and with a better board,
each in turn will be more prosperous in this activity.
Quote 1: Bic Sport 11'4" Dura-tec Stand-up Paddleboard - $750
The 114 DURA-TEC suits a wide range of users and is an ideal choice if youre looking for one
board for the whole family to use or for a variety of youth. Stable, dependable and extremely
rugged with the exclusive DURA-TEC construction. This board provides a great experience with a
stable frame to provide fantastic balance.
www.westmarine.com
Quote 2: Boardworks Squid Stand Up Paddle Board Blue - $599
The perfect scaled-down version for smaller paddlers, this lightweight paddle board is stable and
easy to manage for kids and smaller adults just starting out.
www.rei.com
Quote 3: Badfish Mountain Valley Paddleboard (MVP) - $1,599
The MVP has a kayak style chine that is forgiving in eddy turns and ferries while the shedding,
high volume nose punches holes like a kayak. The 90 MVP is short enough to fit into small
eddies and pivot quickly, but the stability in whitewater has allowed this board to win some
whitewater races despite its short length. The stability and unique design of the MVP also instills
confidence in new paddlers as the progress from flat water to easy moving water.
badfishsup.com
Item #2 SUP Paddle
Similar to having the right board, in turn, you need to have the right paddle. The weight and the shape of the
blade are important to catching the right amount of water. In order for the paddle to work it should fit the
individuals. It must feel good in the hands that use them.
Quote1: Werner Paddles Soul M SUP Paddle - $263
The Soul M fits a wide range of paddlers. It is light and buoyant on the water and has a smooth
back face for a quiet stroke. This blade can be used for surfing, touring and recreational use.
www.paddleva.com
Quote 2: Bending Branches Amp Adjustable Stand Up Paddle Wood 86 - $274
Lighter than most full-synthetic paddles, the Amp marries high-tech with the beauty and
warmth of wood. The Red Alder palm grip is shaped to match the curve of your hand. Rounded
blade edges avoid catching on the water. Wraparound Rockgard edge protection helps guard
your Amp against dings. An aviation-grade carbon shaft provides stiffness and maximum power
transfer. The shaft length is adjustable, allowing you to customize the fit for different height
paddlers. The Bending Branches Amp SUP paddle looks as good in the surf as you do.
www.outdoorplay.com
Quote 3: KIALOA Insanity Adjustable Stand Up Paddle- $219
Crazy light and crazy strong, the KIALOA Insanity Adjustable Stand Up Paddle features 16 in. of
adjustability so you can share it with others, and it weighs just under 2 pounds.
www.rei.com
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Budget Summary

$ 7,630.21

Fee
Revenue
$ 1.19 $
464.10

$ 19.56

People Classes People


Total Cost per Class per Year per Year
$
464.10
30
13
390
390

Direct
Admin
Labor
Supplies
Overhead
$234.00 $
97.50 $
132.60

13

$ 2,626.68

S
X

30

$ 6.74

SB
X
$ 2,180.06 $ 7,630.21

390

$156.00 $ 5,294.15

13

$ 0.56 $

30

390

750.48 $ 2,626.68

13

$78.00 $ 1,798.20 $

30

218.40

X
62.40

$ 8,027.66

$ 28,096.81

$ 28,096.81

109.20

$ 6,974.52

218.40

$ 4.48 $ 1,747.20
$ 0.84 $
327.60
$ 1.68 $
655.20

390
390
390

$156.00 $

13
13
13

30
30
30

499.20 $ 1,747.20
93.60 $
327.60
187.20 $
655.20

$1,248.00 $
$234.00 $
$468.00 $

$
$
$

X
X
X

X
X
X

$ 17.88

Name of
Program
Ice Breaker
Learning
Equipment
Safety Briefing
Stroke, Stance,
Fall
Flat Water
Signals
Relay Race

390

$312.00 $ 4,669.80

13

30

$ 1,992.72 $ 6,974.52

Lunch/Hammock

31.20

$ 0.28 $

390

$8,112.00 $ 11,957.15

$ 1,123.20 $ 3,931.20
$
748.80 $ 2,620.80
97.50 $
226.20 $
791.70

13

$78.00 $

30

109.20

$ 10.08 $ 3,931.20
$ 6.72 $ 2,620.80
$ 2.03 $
791.70

$2,808.00 $
$1,872.00 $
$468.00 $

390
390
390

X
X
X

13
13
13

X
X
X

30
30
30

Features of the
river
Run the river
River Surfing
Debrief
Total Costs:

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AGENCY: Expedition 180


FISCAL YEAR: 2015-2016

RC
$30,449.65
$1,605.40
$32,055.05

Supplies/
Materials Capital Outlay
Total
$13,212.00
$9,092.00
$35,560.40
$7,700.72
$14,284.94
$33,638.15
$21,408.80
$94,428.00 $132,699.52
$33,144.50
$7,798.00
$66,212.30
$16,523.75
$1,605.40
$32,055.05
$11,957.15
$35,453.60
$63,550.41
$103,946.92 $162,661.94 $363,715.83
29%
45%
100%

SUP
$28,096.81
$35,453.60
$63,550.41

% of Total
10%
9%
36%
18%
9%
17%
100%

Financial Statement

Personnel
$5,694.00
$6,123.00
$5,928.00
$8,580.00
$5,226.00
$8,112.00
$39,663.00
11%

HR
$38,271.52
$94,428.00
$132,699.52

R&C
$58,414.30
$7,798.00
$66,212.30

GC
$19,353.21
$14,284.94
$33,638.15

Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP)

Rock Climbing (RC)

Rafting & Camping (R&C)

Horseback Riding (HR)

Geocacheing (GC)

PROGRAM AREAS: Day Hiking (DH)

Expenses
Admin.
Overhead
Day Hiking (DH) $7,562.40
Geocaching (GC) $5,529.49
Horseback Riding (HR) $10,934.72
Rafting & Camping (R&C) $16,689.80
Rock Climbing (RC) $8,699.90
Paddle Boarding (SUP) $8,027.66
Totals $57,443.97
Percentage
16%

Revenues
DH
Fees/Charges $26,468.40
Grants/ Profits/Etc. $9,092.00
Totals $35,560.40

Total
$201,053.89
$162,661.94
$363,715.83

% of Total
55%
45%
100%

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