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Roundup 2013 – Dennis Blevins

Session 1 PowerPoint
Session 2 PowerPoint
Session 3 PowerPoint
Humility PowerPoint
High Invitation, High Challenge PowerPoint

At Roundup 2013, several men shared how Roundup has impacted them over the years with us. These are their powerful testimonies!

Below are unsolicited testimonies from our Facebook page.



Directions to Camp Tadmor

Men’s Roundup
@ Camp Tadmor
43943 McDowell Creek Dr.
Lebanon, OR 97355

The most common problem people have in getting to Tadmor is in thinking they have gone too far. We often tell people, “When you think you’ve gone too far, then you’re almost there!” Where the pavement ends and the gravel starts – that’s where Tadmor begins!

From Salem/Portland

  • Take the 181st Ave. exit.
  • Take I-5 south to exit 228 (Lebanon/Corvallis exit).
  • Take Hwy 34 east towards Lebanon.
  • In approx. 8 miles, the right hand lane turns into an exit (Denny School Rd.) Take this exit. Follow this road into Lebanon.
  • Turn right at the 2nd traffic light (Main St. / Hwy. 20). Walmart will be on the far end of town.
  • Approx. four miles past Walmart look for a large brown sign on the right side of the road that says “McDowell Creek Park”.
  • Turn left on the next street (Fairview Drive). Veer immediately right, and follow Fairview, which, about a mile up the road, veers to the left and turns into McDowell Creek Drive.
  • Follow McDowell Creek Drive nine miles to McDowell Creek Park.
  • Pass through the park and on up the hill three more miles to the Tadmor entrance.

From Eugene

  • Take I-5 north to exit 216 at Halsey.
  • Take Hwy 228 towards Brownsville, Sweet Home. Pass through Brownsville, follow Hwy 228 until it ends in Sweet Home.
  • Turn left on Hwy 20 and proceed 1/4 mile, turn right on Pleasant Valley Rd. at sign that says “McDowell Creek Park”.
  • The road will curve to the left at the kindergarten—follow the curve. At the next “Y” in the road, stay to the right. Pleasant Valley Road eventually turns into Berlin Road.
  • At intersection of McDowell Creek Drive there is a stop sign. Turn right onto McDowell Creek Drive.
  • Proceed 4 miles to the park. Pass through the park and up the hill three more miles to the Tadmor entrance.

From Bend

  • Traveling west on Hwy 20, proceed past Cascadia to Foster Lake.
  • Turn right at sign just prior to Foster Lake saying “Green Peter Dam/Quartsville.”
  • Follow Quartsville Road just one mile (over two bridges) to River Road.
  • Turn left on River Road and proceed 1/2 mile to Sunnyside Road.
  • Turn right at Sunnyside Road and travel 2.5 miles to McDowell Creek Dr. (Sunnyside Road will turn to gravel). Go left on McDowell Creek for 2 miles. The Tadmor entrance is on the right, just prior to the road returning to pavement again.

Roundup Rodeo! We made this music video about Roundup for you to enjoy or share it online or in your church (maybe youth group?)

Roundup ’14 Promo made by Spencer Alexander:

We are proud to partner with you as you promote this amazing ministry in your community, men of your church, workplace and to the men in your sphere of influence.

Below are a bunch of downloads to assist you to in developing your marketing materials, tailoring them to your ministry. You will find pre-designed posters (11×17 and 8.5 x 11) ready to print and promote. The other elements are there fore you to develop custom marketing materials to your liking.

Let us know how we can assist you even more, simply email:

Subject: I Want to Promote Roundup

Click here for various things to know about Roundup.


roundup board, 2014

roundup non-voting board members, committee heads and support staff

our history

1950 -
Roundup was founded by a four great men (Ray Cates, Cliff Travillian, John Goffrier, and Rev. Bill Losie) with the vision to retreat once a year together in community to grow in their relationship with the Lord. Seventy-one men attended the very first Roundup held at Trout Creek Bible Camp with Duncan Roberts as the guest speaker. Praise God for those men, paving the way for all of us to enjoy the fruit of this amazing ministry to over 75,000 men!
1953 -
Roundup moved to Silver Creek Falls with John Hardy as President. John recruited Dr. Clarence Roddy as the guest speaker with 160 men in attendance, focusing on “Getting into High Gear.”
1963 -
With the consistent growth, Dick Perrin moved Roundup once again with his team to Canby Grove where 1,000 men came to celebrate Jesus through worship, teaching and fellowship. Dr. Russell Jones spoke on “Where Art Thou.”
1972 -
After nine years at Canby Grove, Roundup needed to move one more time — to Camp Tadmor — our current home. The service project that year was to see the completion of the Tadmor Lake. What would Tadmor be like without the lake? As President, Ron Hill asked Bill Glass to speak to the 1122 men in attendance. Praise God for Tadmor opening their doors  to become the longtime home to the largest men’s ministry west of the Mississippi — oh, and the oldest men’s retreat ministry in the region as well. We are so grateful to partner with Tadmor and CB Northwest. Praise God!
1982 -
Tiny Johnson was the president, he was led to share a theme of “Impact your World” with the 2471 men and who better to do that then Franklin Graham. Franklin shared the teaching with  Ray Schmautz.

1983 -
With Robin Goffrier as president, another special year  began to unfold. Dr. John McArthur and Tony Campolo shared the teaching times to an “overflowing” attendance of 2650 men being challenged to grow in the Lord. Where did they fit all those men?
2014  -
“Celebrating 65 years” — see you there men as you take part of a wonderful and rich history that God created in advance for us to do.


This ministry does’t run itself, it takes faithful followers of Christ to do their part.

Is that you?

Roundup depends on an army of volunteers to ensure that the men attending,  have one of the most impactful weekends of their lives. Volunteering with Roundup, can involve year-round hard work, a great experience with other men, and a chance to grow in your faith. Over one-hundred volunteers serve every Roundup to make it happen smoothly which means there’s tons opportunities to be used by God in a ministry that’s bigger than yourself.

  • Parking Crew
  • Registration
  • Sports Coordination
  • Setup Team
  • Lifeguards
  • Roundup Race Stages & Setup
  • 5K Race Set Up & Race Guides
  • Kitchen Crew
  • Board Members
  • And More

Let us know if you want to get plugged in to use your gifts and talents to advance this ministry for the Glory of God to advance His Kingdom.

This ministry is bigger then any one person; therefore, we’re excited to partner with you. If you feel led to help out, simply email: SUBJECT: I WANT TO VOLUNTEER

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