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“Amazing Experience”

A fireman assists teenager Brock with holding a fire hose that is spraying water

My son, Brock Ewing, attended your summer camp and he enjoyed it to the fullest! I was so pleased by your staff, activities planned, and how clean and nice the campus was. The staff was so caring and sweet—I could tell you guys love what you do and it made me feel comfortable leaving my son in another state.

Brock couldn’t stop talking about the great things he experienced; how nice people were to him; how he met new, cool friends; and how he learned new stuff and taught others. He was so happy it brought me to tears. So, I want to thank all of your staff and sponsors for making our lives better! This is a special program that I will rave about! I appreciate you giving my son this amazing experience!!!

Sincerely,
A pleased mother, Dawn Wolfe

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