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January 1, 2011

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  • Carey Lodge

    Tornado damage at Carey Lodge, Central Hills photo

  • Carey Lodge

    Current reconstruction at Carey Lodge, Central Hills photo

  • Coles Creek Lodge

    Tornado damage at Coles Creek Lodge, Central Hills photo

  • Coles Creek Lodge

    Current reconstruction at Coles Creek Lodge, Central Hills photo

  • Snack Bar/First Aid

    Tornado damage at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid photo

  • Snack Bar/First Aid

    Current reconstruction at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid photo

  • Horse Barn

    Tornado damage at Central Hills’ horse barn photo

  • Horse Barn

    Current reconstruction at Central Hills’ horse barn photo

  • Entrance

    Tornado damage at Central Hills’ entrance photo

  • Entrance

    Current reconstruction at Central Hills’ entrance photo

Lead Story from the February 10, 2011, Baptist Record

“CHBR hosts disaster relief training”

Hands-On Training photo

HANDS-ON TRAINING — Mike Thorn (left) instructs Mississippi Baptist Disaster Relief Task Force members in the latest cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) techniques using dummies during the Task Force’s annual training weekend March 25-26 at Central Hills Retreat near West. CPR training, along with training in areas such as chainsaws, childcare, chaplaincy, ham radio operation, shower/blue tarp/mud out, medical, and food preparation, were also offered at the first event to be held at Central Hills since a tornado ripped through the Mississippi Baptist campground on January 1. (Photo by Tony Martin)

By Tony Martin Associate Editor

After Central Hills Retreat (CHBR) near West was struck head-on by a massive tornado on January 1, observers could have been forgiven for thinking a Herculean effort over many years would be necessary to repair and rebuild the devastated Mississippi Baptist encampment.

That turned out not to be the case. Not only will Central Hills soon be ready to reopen, it will be offering its traditional full complement of ministries during the summer camping season.

“You wouldn’t believe the number of people who have asked us from day one, ‘Are y’all going to have camp this summer?’” said CHBR Manager Jim Ray, addressing members of the Mississippi Baptist Disaster Relief Task Force meeting at Central Hills on March 25-26 for their annual training weekend — the first gathering at the facility since the tornado.

“For the hundredth, millionth, time – Yes! People just like you have prayed us up,” Ray said.

Ray asserted that Central Hills is in good shape, just a few weeks before the camping schedule kicks in.

“After the tornado hit, we had no lodges to stay in except Curtis, and it had leaks,” he said. “Curtis and Carey Lodges are ready for business now.

“The gym is about 70% complete. The Chapel looked awful, but now it looks great. The (rebuilt) infirmary and snack shop is about 80% (completed). Both the chapel and the infirmary are going to look better than they did before.

“Barri (Shirley, associate executive director for business services at the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board) and I talked from the first day about the potential that lay before us. We’ve done a lot of dirt work. We still have an amphitheater to finish.”

On the weekend of the Disaster Relief Task Force training, reconstruction activity was ongoing. “In order for us to have camp, we have to have three things,” said Ray. “We have to have a place to sleep campers. We have to have a place to feed them. We have to have a place for a campfire. Everything else we can take care of. We have a place to sleep them and feed them, and we’ll be working on the spot for the campfire.

“We still have some work to do on the rifle range. It’s almost complete.”

The ropes course received a lot of damage, Ray said. “This is a big deal for our kids. Most of this will be salvageable. What we have now looks good. Cole’s Creek Lodge is about 90% done. We’ve planted some more trees, and the front of the gym will look better than it’s ever looked once all the grass fills in. The ball field has never looked as green and pretty.

“It’s interesting — God has taken something we thought was chaotic and a tragedy and shambles, and it’s really not at all.

“The lake is in great shape, although if you’re walking through the woods and find a canoe, just let me know where it is. There are three still missing,” he noted wryly. “The horse barn took a real hit. There was one horse up there when the tornado hit, and it was three weeks before I could catch him.”

Ray said he was especially thankful for his own home, the camp manager’s residence at the front of the campground. The house sustained only minor roof and chimney damage.

“When the tornado hit, 23 other folks and myself were in Carey Lodge, and we got in the bathrooms and showers to protect ourselves. My one prayer was, ‘Lord, keep us safe.’ He did, and God took care of our house. Trees on the right and left were flattened, but our house was spared. God was just really, really good.”

The miniature golf course, a favorite of campers, sustained damage but is useable. The bathhouses have been repaired.

“What is really good is that camp registration is looking strong,” Ray said. “We’re going to be in the business of doing what we do best and that is to reach kids for Christ, so word needs to go out to the children’s directors and youth directors that we’ll still do our boys’ camps, we’ll still do our coed camps, and we’re still doing our special needs camp.

“Nothing has changed as far as programming goes. It might just be a little bit better.”

Don Gann is a consultant in the Men’s Ministry Department of the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board, which administers Central Hills Retreat and also serves as the base for the Disaster Relief Task Force.

“The first official event is Lad-Crusader Day on the first weekend in May,” Gann said. “Activities will be at the Campers on Mission Building. Even though the gym will probably be ready, we intentionally made the move to the other facility.

“We’ll have a lot of fun activities, such as a fishing tournament with cane poles and such. We’ll have a good time — camp crafts, the car races, and so forth.”

Gann commended the Mississippi Baptist volunteers who turned a project of several years into a project of several months. “We’ll continue with cleanup and some beautification work. One thing that has happened is that the damage from the tornado has really opened things up. People will be able to see just how pretty things are.”

Central Hills Retreat was opened in 1979, after Hurricane Camille wiped out Camp Kittiwake on the coast a decade earlier and created a need for more camping space. More than 5,500 first-time professions of faith have been recorded there.


CHBR Rebounding

3/11/2011

The clean-up at Central Hills Baptist Retreat (CHBR) continues to make good progress. Three phases of mending the damage caused by the January 1 tornado are occurring simultaneously, with a goal of completion in time for summer camp.

One aspect of the clean-up is repair of building damage. Repair work is near completion on Carey Lodge, Curtis Lodge, and Coles Creek Lodge. The Causey Center gym repair is in progress. Most of the roof repair work on Camp Center and the manager’s home is complete.

A second phase of clean-up is tree removal. Volunteer disaster relief chainsaw teams have done yeoman’s work in cutting down trees. Professional loggers continue to work to remove downed trees. Volunteers also continue to burn tree debris. About 50% of the tree work has been completed. The removal of the trees has opened up the camp property to spectacular views of the terrain.

The third phase of the clean-up is camp preparation for summer camping. Baptist Student Union groups from Mississippi’s colleges and universities are spending their spring breaks on March 14-18 to help prepare the CHBR for summer camp details.

Leaders are optimistic that the clean-up will be completed by early May. The first scheduled state-wide event at CHBR will be Lad/Crusader Day on Saturday, May 7.

Donations are being accepted for the rebuilding effort at Central Hills. Please make checks payable to Mississippi Baptist Convention Board, with “Central Hills” noted on the memo line. Mail donations to MBCB Business Office, P.O. Box 530, Jackson, MS 39205-0530.

— Don Gann, Consultant, Men’s Ministry department


Clean-up Proceeds at Central Hills

2/11/2011

Clean-up, repair, and rebuild continues at Central Hills Baptist Retreat. Though snowy conditions slowed some of the work this week, volunteers, contractors, and loggers were able to make good progress.

Loggers continue to remove downed trees in the area between Cole’s Creek Lodge and the Camp Center building. Also working in this area are trained disaster relief chainsaw teams who are cutting down damaged trees. The New Year’s Day tornado broke off many pine trees throughout the property, especially in this area. Once these “stick-ups” are cut down and removed, the jagged appearance of the damaged landscape is diminished. Volunteer teams are also working to burn the debris from these damaged trees in large brush piles on the property.

Repair work has begun on the Missions and Activities Center and the lodges. Contractors are working on these facilities to expedite repairs so churches can resume full use of the property as soon as possible. Because of the great work done by many Mississippi Baptist volunteers, clean-up work is ahead of schedule.

— Don Gann, Consultant, Men’s Ministry department


Lead Story from the February 10, 2011, Baptist Record

“Central Hills camps go on as planned”

High Vantage photo

HIGH VANTAGE — Mississippi Baptist Convention Board (MBCB) staff survey the amphitheater at Central Hills Retreat near West on Feb. 1 during a prayer walk around the campground, which was heavily damaged by a New Years Day tornado. Cleanup and rebuilding efforts are ahead of schedule, according to camp manager Jim Ray, and all summer events and activities are scheduled to proceed as planned. The amphitheater escaped major damage during the storm. (Photo by William H. Perkins Jr.)

By William H. Perkins Jr. Editor

The powerful tornado that roared across Central Hills Retreat just a few minutes after midnight on New Years Day will not hamper scheduled events and activities at the Mississippi Baptist campground near West, according to camp manager Jim Ray.

“We’re actually ahead of schedule for repairing the tornado damage and getting the facilities ready for camping,” said Ray. “The volunteer groups who have come to help us have been incredible, and the construction crews that have been brought in are going to put the damaged facilities back in good shape.”

Some activity sites will be shifted from damaged areas, Ray said, while other areas will have marked improvements. “We see this as an opportunity to make Central Hills Retreat even better than it was before the tornado,” he pointed out.

Directors and consultants from the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board (MBCB) who have responsibilities for upcoming events and activities at Central Hills participated in a Feb. 1 prayer walk around the campground and assessed the cleanup and repair efforts.

“There’s a plan in place for housing. The pool and the lake are unharmed. The horses are fine and the trails have been cleared. I don’t see a problem,” said Angie Boydstun, a consultant in the MBCB Sunday School Department who is in charge of two weeks of Bible study/worship camps for children slated for late June.

“We’re going full steam ahead,” said Ken Hall, a consultant in the MBCB Discipleship and Family Ministry Department who is responsible for a pair of student summer camps scheduled for June. “I have full confidence that the camps will be ready to go. Central Hills is going to be better because of what is happening there.”

Hall said the demand for last year’s single week of student summer camp convinced planners to open up a second week in this year’s schedule — the first time in several years that more than one week of student summer camp has been available.

“We’re building on the success and momentum from last year. We have a great program this year, and we’re designing the theme around the ‘new beginning’ that’s going on at Central Hills right now,” Hall said.

Inspecting Lodges photo

INSPECTING LODGES — Barri A. Shirley (right), associate executive director for business services at the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board (MBCB), describes repairs and renovations to Carey Lodge at Central Hills Retreat near West, which was raked by a powerful New Years Day tornado. Directors and consultants with responsibilities for events and activities at Central Hills this coming summer heard during the Feb. 1 prayer walk around the campground that all summer events and activities will be conducted as originally scheduled. (Photo by William H. Perkins Jr.)

Camp manager Ray said he didn’t have to do a sales job when the directors and consultants showed up on Feb. 1. “After everyone saw the effort that is being made and heard about the steps being taken to prepare for the camps this summer, they were ready to go forward with their plans.”

Barri A. Shirley, MBCB Associate Executive Director, Business Services, said all indications are that Central Hills will be ready for camping activities this summer.

“We’re looking forward to another God-honoring year of camp and conferences at Central Hills Retreat. While the storm created many challenges, it has also provided an equal number of opportunities for the expansion of usable grounds and updated facilities.

“It is through the extraordinary efforts of volunteer teams, partnerships with selected contractors, and the dedication of the camp and MBCB staffs, that Central Hills will stand ready to serve Mississippi Baptists in 2011 and for years to come.”

Only a few people were at the campground when the tornado struck. Most of them were inside Carey Lodge, participating in an annual New Years Eve reunion of former Central Hills staffers. The camp opened in 1979.

Located in the deep woods of Attala County between West and Kosciusko, Central Hills has a full-size gymnasium, junior Olympic swimming pool, large lake, horseback riding, canoeing, regulation flag football field, rock climbing wall and ropes course, three heated and cooled lodges that house up to 240 people, a complete dining hall and kitchen, and a recreational vehicle park with 41 hook-ups, kitchen, showers, and assembly hall.


For more information on Central Hills Retreat, contact the MBCB Men’s Ministry Department at P.O. Box 530, Jackson, MS 39205-0530. Telephone: (601) 292-3335 or toll-free outside Jackson (800) 748-1651, ext. 335. E-mail: dvail@mbcb.org.


Great Progress made in cleaning up Central Hills

1/14/2011

Clean-up at Central Hills Baptist Retreat following the New Year’s Day tornado has progressed effectively this week. Volunteers from Mississippi Baptist churches and associations continue to provide the major energy for the clean-up.

Mississippi Baptist Disaster Relief Chainsaw teams have been in place since January 1, 2011 equipped with saws and heavy equipment. Teams from Yalobusha, Calhoun, Attala, and Lee Associations as well as from McAdams Baptist, First Baptist Church, Madison, and Eastside Baptist Church, Belzoni have successfully prepared hundreds of trees for removal. Debris piles have been ignited at various safe locations on the property. Trees have been removed from the Camp Manager’s residence property and around all buildings on camp property, with most locations prepared for dirt work and stump removal.

A group of BSU students from Jones Junior College worked Saturday, January 9 cleaning up debris and disposing of insulation blown across the property during the storm. Also, some thirty former Central Hills staffers cleaned up debris at various locations throughout the property.

Volunteers will continue to be needed for additional clean-up in the days ahead. If your church or team would like to volunteer, please contact the Men’s Ministry Department of the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board – (601) 968-3800.

Donations are being accepted for the rebuilding effort at Central Hills. Please make checks payable to Mississippi Baptist Convention Board, with “Central Hills” noted on the memo line. Mail donations to MBCB Business Office, P.O. Box 530, Jackson, MS 39205-0530.

— Don Gann, Consultant, Men’s Ministry department


Lead Story from the January 6, 2011, Baptist Record

“Tornado slams Central Hills Retreat”

Major Damage photo

MAJOR DAMAGE – Mississippi Baptist Disaster Relief Task Force units work on New Year’s Day to remove debris from the old administration building at Central Hills Retreat near Kosciusko after an EF-2 tornado raked the Mississippi Baptist encampment minutes into the new year and caused substantial damage to almost every structure. No injuries were reported although approximately 24 people rode out the quick-moving storm in Carey Lodge at the encampment. (Photo by William H. Perkins Jr.)

By William H. Perkins Jr. Editor

John Price got his wish for an exciting celebration to mark the beginning of 2011, but it wasn’t quite the way he was expecting.

Price, pastor of First Church, Charleston, was attending the annual New Year’s Eve staff reunion at Central Hills Retreat near Kosciusko. Price, who served on the first Central Hills staff in 1979, and about 23 other former staffers and family members had just brought in the new year at Carey Lodge with fireworks and root beer when a powerful EF-2 tornado made a direct hit on the Mississippi Baptist encampment just minutes after midnight.

“We had lined up for a group photo when the lights went off. That was the first indication of a problem,” Price said. “We rushed into the bathrooms, which are in the interior of the buildings and had stalls for support in case the ceiling came down. It didn’t take long for the tornado to pass over, but we heard glass breaking and the building was creaking loudly.”

Price said his ears popped as the tornado passed over, much like the feeling of being in an airliner that is changing altitudes. “I was a little disappointed I didn’t hear the locomotive sound, though. I’ve always heard stories about that,” he said.

When they came out of the bathrooms, Price said, they couldn’t see any damage in the pitch dark of the Attala County night. “I made my way to my suitcase in another room to get the flashlight I had packed, and I felt broken glass on top of the suitcase. That’s when I knew there was damage.”

Carey Lodge sustained substantial damage, with exterior walls ripped from the concrete foundation and sections of missing roof allowing the torrential rains to pour into the building.

“We checked to be sure everyone was accounted for. We let the storm pass – it was still raining hard after the tornado passed over – and then we gathered up our stuff and moved to Curtis Lodge next door, which was not as heavily damaged,” he said.

The group was forced to spend the remainder of the night at Curtis Lodge due to the large trees that had fallen across the roads. They departed for home shortly after chainsaw crews cut a narrow path out of the encampment early on the morning of New Year’s Day.

“We were blessed. I feel bad for the people who died in the storm in Arkansas and Louisiana, and I thank the Lord for His mercy on us. We were very blessed,” Price said.

Central Hills camp manager Jim Ray, also a former staffer, was at Carey Lodge for the reunion when the tornado struck. He said because of debris and downed power lines that were still energized, it took him more than 45 minutes to make the short walk down the hill from Carey Lodge to the main portion of the camp.

Surveying Loss photo

SURVEYING LOSS – Jim Futral (right), executive director of the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board (MBCB), and Barri Shirley, MBCB associate executive director for business services, assess the damage to Cole’s Creek Lodge at Central Bills Retreat near Kosciusko after a New Year’s Day tornado caused major damage at the Mississippi Baptist encampment. (Photo by William H. Perkins Jr.)

“The Civil Defense folks were already there, and they thought I was a storm victim who had been thrown from his house. I was scratched up and dirty from the walk down the hill, so I guess I looked like I really had been thrown from a house,” he said.

Ray said power has been restored to a significant portion of the facility, and cleanup is moving quickly. Blue tarps have been placed over damaged roofs and timber has been removed from roadways.

“There’s access to all parts of the campground now, and we’re in the process of repairing numerous water line breaks. We’re doing damage assessments right now,” he said.

No damage estimates were available at press deadline on January 4.

Ray is determined to reopen the camp as soon as possible. “We’re going to be able to meet our schedule beginning in March. We will conduct our full schedule of summer activities, for sure,” he said.

Questions about the Central Hills schedule can be directed to the Men’s Ministry Department at the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board, P.O. Box 530, Jackson, MS 39205-0530. Telephone: (601) 292-3335 or toll-free outside Jackson (800) 748-1651, ext. 335. E-mail: dvail@mbcb.org.

Volunteers wishing to donate labor and/or equipment for the cleanup and rebuilding can also contact the Men’s Ministry Department at the above listings.

Central Hills Retreat was opened in 1979, after Hurricane Camille wiped out Camp Kittiwake on the coast a decade earlier and created a need for more camping space. More than 5,500 first-time professions of faith have been record at Central Hills since it was opened.

Price laughed heartily when asked if he was making plans to attend the next New Year’s Eve staff reunion at Central Hills. “I haven’t given that much thought yet,” he said.


In the early morning hours of January 1, 2011, Centrals Hills Baptist Retreat near West was seriously damaged by an EF2-EF3 tornado that moved rapidly through the area and across the state. There were no reported injuries at the facility, which is owned by the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board and managed by the MBCB Men’s Ministry Department, and since its inception in 1979 has seen over 5,500 first time decisions for Christ.

No damage estimates are currently available, but most of the structures on the property sustained some degree of major damage. There was also a significant loss of timber on the 721-acre encampment.

As of now, the full summer 2011 schedule of events at the facility will go on as planned. Questions about the schedule can be directed to the Men’s Ministry Department (contact information below).

Mississippi Baptist Disaster Relief Task Force units are currently conducting on-site cleanup. Volunteers wishing to donate labor and/or equipment for the cleanup can contact Deanna Vail, Men’s Ministry Department, Mississippi Baptist Convention Board, P.O. Box 530, Jackson, MS 39205-0530. Telephone: (601) 292-3335 or toll-free outside Jackson (800) 748-1651, ext. 335. E-mail: dvail@mbcb.org.

Please pause and pray for the ministry of Central Hills Baptist Retreat, its employees, and the emergency workers currently on site. Thank God for the fact that no one was injured, although there were several groups at the retreat when the storm hit. Lastly, pray that our Lord and Savior will continue to be glorified through the renewed vision of Central Hills Baptist Retreat to be a part of helping to bring Mississippi and the world to Jesus Christ.

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Carey Lodge

1/1/11

  • Tornado damage at Carey Lodge, Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Carey Lodge, Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Carey Lodge, Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Carey Lodge, Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Carey Lodge, Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Carey Lodge, Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Carey Lodge, Central Hills photo

1/13/11

  • Tornado damage at Carey Lodge, Central Hills, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Carey Lodge, Central Hills, January 13 photo

3/2/11

  • Carey Lodge roof repairs, portico reconstruction, Central Hills, March 2 photo
  • Carey Lodge reconstruction, Central Hills, March 2 photo

Curtis Lodge

Cole’s Creek Lodge

1/1/11

  • Tornado damage at Cole’s Creek Lodge, Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Cole’s Creek Lodge, Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Cole’s Creek Lodge, Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Cole’s Creek Lodge, Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Cole’s Creek Lodge, Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Cole’s Creek Lodge, Central Hills photo

1/13/11

  • Tornado damage at Cole’s Creek Lodge, Central Hills, January 13 photo

3/2/11

  • Reconstruction at Coles Creek Lodge side porch, Central Hills, March 2 photo
  • Reconstruction at Coles Creek Lodge side porch, Central Hills, March 2 photo

Dining Hall

Gymnasium

1/1/11

  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium photo

1/13/11

  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ gymnasium, January 13 photo

Snack Bar/First Aid

1/1/11

  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid photo

1/13/11

  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid, January 13 photo

3/2/11

  • Reconstruction at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid, March 2 photo

3/17/11

  • Reconstruction at Central Hills’ snack bar/first aid, March 17 photo

Old Administration Building

1/1/11

  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ old administration building photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ old administration building photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ old administration building photo

1/13/11

  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ old administration building, January 13 photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ old administration building, January 13 photo

Camp Manager’s Residence

Horse Barn

1/1/11

  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ horse barn photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ horse barn photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ horse barn photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ horse barn photo

1/13/11

  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ horse barn, January 13 photo

3/17/11

  • Reconstruction at Central Hills’ horse barn, March 17 photo

Miscellaneous

1/1/11

  • Tornado damage at Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ entrance photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills photo
  • Tornado damage at Central Hills’ entrance photo

3/2/11

  • View from Coles Creek Lodge to Chapel, Central Hills, March 2 photo
  • Rifle Range reconstruction, Central Hills, March 2 photo
  • Entrance Panoramic, Central Hills, March 2 photo