The E.S.C.A.P.E. Survival Challenge Crew

In this project, the E.S.C.A.P.E. Survival Challenge, there are 'key role' Exchange Club members that we need to point out.  


Harold Wood: Harold is the owner and president of Harold's Quality Auto Repair in Salem, Oregon.  Harold also serves as Salem's Network Exchange Club President, and has received national awards for his service, innovative approach, and just plain 'getting the job done'.

For the E.S.C.A.P.E. Survival Challenge, Harold is the lead adventurer on the trail.  He has been trained in survival tactics and technics that serve him well to be out in the wilderness for extended lengths of time. 


Derek Arneson:  Derek has been an outdoor enthusiast most of his life, having grown up in a rural part of Northern California. This trek for him is to challenge what he thinks he can do. He enjoys taking on challenges that most consider difficult or impossible. An example is E.S.C.A.P.E. Survival Challenge. The average person might think it's going to be difficult to take on the challenges of preventing or even eliminating child abuse in our society but he believes that with the right tools it can be done.  If this trek can help fund the program, why not do it?




John Strauch: John is the owner and president of Mid-Valley Media, Inc, and serves as the web and technical guy behind the E.S.C.A.P.E. Survival Challenge web site.  He has a background in television production that goes way back and includes everything from network television sports, to local non-profit TV.  He also is the NewTek Factory Rep for the western United States.  NewTek is the company that makes portable live video production equipment called TriCaster.  

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