The McCammon Activities Guide is brought to you by MAC (McCammon Action Council)—A committee of volunteers who are bringing your ideas to life: the farmers market, movie night in the park, a community garden, a new community center, community education classes and much more. We invite you to join us!
More detailed information here: FAQ
MAC - McCammon Action Council, 2019-2020
Director: Aaron Hunsaker
Secretary|Treasurer: Stephanie Iverson
Economic Development: Ryan Carter
Community Events: Sherri Bordeaux, Reese Darcy
Beautification|Clean-up: Reese Darcy, Sherri Bordeaux
Fundraising|Grants: Keelie Gray
PR|Communication|Website: LeAnn Brown
“We are bridge makers, reaching forward to our future while still honoring our past.”
McCammon, Our heart and home.
Our connection to each other and to the land are our greatest assets. We are known for our majestic mountains, our pure crystal spring water and our glorious sunsets casting hues of pink ‘cross twilight skies…these are but a few of many natural treasures here.
We take great pride in maintaining our wonderful trails, parks and canyons for all to enjoy and whether it is the wildflowers blanketing the spring landscape or the autumn leaves giving show at harvest time, every season brings its own bounty to explore.
We cherish the wisdom of our elders, while embracing the innovation of our youth, with programs and events designed to highlight and memorialize the contribution and achievements of all. We are rich in our diversity and inclusive outlook, thriving from our devotion to work together, lending a hand to both stranger and to friend.
We encourage creativity and ingenuity in our marketplace and are proud to provide our residents and guests with goods and services of the highest quality. From the hospitality of our historic hotel to the artisanal homegrown fare at our farmers markets and the warm atmosphere of our café community…our lifestyle is based on fellowship, well-being and a sense of community pride. We are bridge makers, reaching forward to our future while still honoring our past.
We are a compassionate people, standing strong in our connection to our fellow human beings and to the land we hold so dear. With full hearts, we honor and care for each other and our natural resources, ever grateful for the beauty and abundance in this valley we call home.