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CREE K SPEArK k Newslette Camp Boggy Cree Fall 2006 My first time down “The tower is a big, tall the zip line! adventure. It is the coolest thing to set a goal and achieve that goal. I wanted to get to the top and I did it! The next thing to conquer was the zip-line. It was AWESOME! At first I was scared, but my counselors sang a song! It was hilarious. It got me to go down the line. Yeah, Tower!” How We Spent Our SUMMER V ACATION W hile at camp, campers are empowered to do things they never thought they could do. For instance, climbing the tower at the high ropes course is something many of our campers never even thought possible and yet each and every summer hundreds of campers reach the top of the tower and zip back down to earth, overcoming their doubts and fears. (Continued on page 4) Page 2 CREEK SPEAK Camp Boggy Creek’s Board of Directors Executive Director’s Message Founders Ten years ago Camp Boggy Creek opened its Paul Newman doors and the first summer campers arrived! It was General H. Norman Schwarzkopf Mrs. Gracia B. Andersen (in memoriam) a much anticipated day for the leaders, board Lawrence J. and Florence A. De George members, staff, volunteers, foundations, healthcare Theodore J. Forstmann Juanita and F. Browne Gregg partners, corporations and individual donors and David and Francie Horvitz most importantly our children and families. To finally Jim and Jan Moran see children smiling, laughing and doing things they The Family of Jennifer Masi Bruce O. Rossmeyer had never done before – what a sight – the mission Elizabeth Turner Campbell Foundation of enriching the lives of seriously ill children became Officers a reality. Lt. General James R. Ellis This summer over 1,200 children had the Chairman of the Board/CEO opportunity to come to Boggy Creek. Throughout the summer the theme for June Clark President/COO our 10th birthday – Celebrate Life – was embraced by campers, volunteers John L. Brewerton, III Esq. and staff and affirmed the goodness of everyone involved with Boggy Creek. Counsel/Secretary Celebrations at Boggy Creek are more than marking a passage of time – they J. Patterson Cooper impart joy and meaning each and every day to campers and families, as well Treasurer as volunteers and staff. Debra Gerhard Assistant Secretary Camp Boggy Creek is a great success story, and you, in some way – perhaps in many ways – have helped to achieve this success. Through hard Directors G. Thomas Ball work and the generosity of thousands of individuals, corporations, and Michael Brockman foundations, great progress has been made. J. Powell Brown Today we have much to be proud of – we have served over 30,000 Fonda Ryan Cerenzio Shelly Church children and family members. Thanks for helping make a difference in the Mark Cooper lives of these children and families. As we come to the close of 2006, we hope Richard Danford Wendy Druce you will be a part of our family for the next 10 years. Myra Hancock Brian Lee Lucia Lopez Nicholas Masi, Ph.D. Wendy Masi, Ph.D. Whitfield M. Palmer, Jr. Pam Paul June Clark Dennis Quinn Sandra Randolph Harris Rosen Thomas P. Warlow, III Camp Boggy Creek Welcomes Mission Statement The mission of Camp Boggy Creek is to New Board Member, Tom Warlow enrich the lives of children who have chronic or life threatening illnesses by creating A champion can be defined many ways: an ardent defender or supporter of a camping experiences that are memorable, cause or another person, one who does battle for another's rights or honor, or exciting, fun, empowering, physically safe and medically sound. one who has the attributes of a winner. By this definition the Martin Andersen- Creek Speak is published by Camp Boggy Creek Gracia Andersen Foundation is a true champion for the children and families Editor: Stephanie Murphy who attend Camp Boggy Creek since they were one of the early Founders. Contributing Writers: Jackie Boykin Tom Warlow, President of the Martin Andersen-Gracia Andersen Foundation Sarah Gurtis Dorcas Tomasek and Gracia’s cousin, continues to carry on his cousin’s wishes by joining Boggy Terry Zwicker Creek’s Board of Directors. “More than 10 years ago, my cousin, Gracia, helped Photography: Nigel Bibler create the magical dream that has become Camp Boggy Creek. She Hank McDaniel Layout/Graphics: Stephanie Murphy understood more than most the need for a place where Florida’s sickest Proofreades: Lynne Felknor children could come to experience, if just for a week, the joys of being a normal Evelyn Irmscher kid. I want to continue what she started,” states Tom. Tom also serves on several other Boards in the community including Florida Printing generously donated by Convergys, Inc. Children’s Hospital and Community Health Impact Council at Florida Hospital. Camp Boggy Creek is pleased to have Tom join the Board as we venture into A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING 1-800-435-7352, WITHIN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. REGISTRATION our next decade of service to Florida’s seriously ill children. DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. THE BOGGY CREEK GANG, INC.’S REGISTRATION NUMBER IS CH991. www.BoggyCreek.org Page 3 Camp Director’s Message By Dorcas Tomasek With one week (8,648 minutes) to spend at Camp Boggy Creek, what would you do? During the opening campfire of session nine, a camper shouted out “Best Week of Our Lives!” and the overwhelming response was every single person shouting back at the top of their lungs, “Best Week of Our Lives!” and so it began… We, as a family, embarked on a journey of 8,648 valuable moments that took us: Swing dancing, kissing a camel, passing our first swim test, catching our first fish, eating spaghetti with no hands, eating cotton candy before breakfast, eating cupcakes FOR breakfast, climbing a 42-foot tower, learning to cook chicken pot pie, dressing up in costume and singing on “Boggy has taught m e so much stage, catching a pig, washing a goat, riding a horse, and remembering the times at camp building a wooden race car, designing a volcano, and so helped me get throug much more… h treatment. Not only that but camp is tons of fun! Campers, counselors, kitchen staff and medical staff all week It doesn’t get any be tter than that! long chanted “Best Week of Our Lives!” whenever they could. I hope one day to co When asking campers at the closing campfire what made this the me back to camp as a counse best week of their lives, what they said astounded me and lor. I want to help kids one day wh reaffirmed all that we want to accomplish at this sacred place. o were just like me. Thanks to all the “ I made a friend.” people who make this camp happ “ I felt cared for.” en.” “ Someone cared for me and I cared for them.” “ I felt safe, respected, and loved.” “ I learned independence.” “ I was loved.” Williams’ Family Cabin is Dedicated On August 9, Camp Boggy Creek Chairman Jim Ellis, President June Clark, Founder General H. Norman Schwarzkopf and Board member/Corporate Counsel John Brewerton welcomed Larry Williams of Winter Park to camp. Larry spent time with campers attending summer session number nine and then joined in the dedication of a camper cabin in honor of his parents, Arthur J. and Marie H. Williams and Family. A legacy gift from the Williams estate was made to camp and a plaque at Cabin # 3 was unveiled in their honor. Larry Williams and General H. Norman L to R: John Brewerton, General Schwarzkopf at cabin dedication. Schwarzkopf, Larry Williams, June Clark and Jim Ellis. Page 4 CREEK SPEAK (continued from page 1) “I went to the Little Farm and the baby cow fed s their breakfa all the animals st. I love like baby goats and bunnies. I , pigs held a bunny touched a gre a nd en tree frog… which I will ne ver do again!” BULLS EYE! - Another popular spot at camp is our Little Farm and Nature Center. This “lively” area gives campers an opportunity to pet, snuggle and care for a variety of animals including pigs, goats, cows, rabbits and ducks. “I don’t think my friends at hom e understand th 3- -1 blast-off…. at th isn’t just a cam is 2 a home for m p, it’s y memories, my h and my dream opes s.” Archery is just another of the fun pastimes our campers enjoy during their week of forgetting that they are sick. Even campers wit h limited mobility are able to join in the merriment because of special ad aptive apparatuses on hand. “Here at B pool is oggy Creek for half plenty big the the ca ,e the ‘F mp. Th nough e po warm u rench Fryer’ ol also has pa whe has to nd get dry. T re you can be o he p For many of our campers, swimming is an activity that could be a life-threatening places ne of my fa ool one. For instance, children who are born with Sickle Cell disease cannot get too a t c am vorite hot or too cold because a sudden change of body temperature could be life p.” threatening. Solar panels at our Olympic size pool keep the water at just the right temperature to ensure that our campers can concentrate on snorkeling and other fun water games instead of on their diseases. www.BoggyCreek.org Page 5 ggy is “My favorite thing about Bo e to go all of the love and spirit. I lov stuff. to the woodshop and make en I finish I love to make things and wh ve e I ha them I feel so happy becaus e coming here completed something. I lov I got my and I got so excited when I knew I was acceptance letter because going to have a great time.” Campers love th create masterpiec e opportunity to work with their ha es. A sea of beam nds and WHOA!!! proud artists’ fac ing smiles on ou es is evidence en r girl has had the ough that each bo best week of their y and lives. s camp I wa “Whe n I came to out riding a ab I was so re ally excited first time in my life. and how e like horse for th e what they looked h fun that se uc excited to ey were. It was so m big th forget it.” I will never Each summer a group of volunteer horses come to Boggy Creek for the season to provide our campers the opportunity to ride on their backs – for many campers this will be their first time on or near a horse. Imagine how 2006 Snapshot of Summer awesome it must feel to sit tall in the saddle for the very first time when you’ve been confined to a wheelchair? mp Boggy Creek • Campers served at Ca summer camp – 1,207 during nine weeks of YUM-M-M- • Summer staff and counselors – 80 M! • Summer volunte ers – 480 500 • Fish caught, kis sed, released – Over • Trips down the zip line – 279 • Camp songs su ng – Over 400 • Pieces of birth day cake eaten – 2,106 • Meals served – Over 5,000 • Trail rides – 135 cts made – 2,654 Arts and crafts proje Whether campers • are trying to “Bam up a notch” or jus ! Kick their cooking t licking the bowl • Hugs – Thousand s upon thousands delicious desser t batter conjured s from a new chef, Boggy Cree up by a special gu e! est ough to last a lifetim k’s cooking activ ity puts smiles on • Memories – En campers faces – our even chocolate co ated smiles. Page 6 CREEK SPEAK Stage Day th eater and there “I love the hen you go u’re not. becaus ew someone yo up in tend to be sse d you can pre un. I like getting dre gy ys f Bog That’s alwa g room because of s. the dressin l choice of costume s.” usua tres Creek’s un pires me to be an ac r ins The theate w things and is encouraged to try ne A hole-in-one? Every camper at Boggy Creek can mean donning a . For many children, this accept new challenges the other campers, on stage in front of costume and performing ng the stage lights, put ting opening and closin g the curtains, controlli uncontrollably ng und booth or just laughi on a head set in the so ats. from one of the 180 se Seriously ill children attend Camp Boggy Creek at absolutely no cost to the children or families. Do you know of a child who would like to come to camp? If so, please give us a call at Club Boggy Creek’s 9-hole miniature golf course 352-483-4200 ext. 252 is equipped to supply even our tiniest camper with or visit our website at the perfect sized putter. The course is nestled www.BoggyCreek.org. around a beautiful miniature lake with a cascading waterfall and sports a panoramic view of Boggy Creek. My favorite fis h a big “Sourpuss is ke Palmer. a old fish in L is summer, One day th was magic I knew there uss was on ourp in the air. S ad always my line! I h ay seeing one d dreamed of s. I reeled old Sourpus ulled could and p as fast as I e water. him out of th fell off.” Then he At Boggy Creek, the fish practically jump onto your hook because they know they will just be given a quick kiss from the angler and gently pitched back into the water. Because the goal is to allow campers time to be just kids and not focus on their sickness, sometimes our nurses will be spotted down on the dock toting a tackle box loaded with the prescribed medication to unobtrusively give to our busy campers so they can focus on catching Old Sourpuss, the biggest fish in the lake. www.BoggyCreek.org Page 7 “Boggy is the onl y place that allow things for the fir s st time that woul me to do nted evening. be impossible lik d otherwise ends is really an encha e dancing with a The night before camp gussied up at the ha ir and nail salon set my father.” guy who isn’t Each camper gets all s on an interesting cos tume up in the arts and crafts building, put is event is bitter ads for the Dance. Th or formal duds and he before they have to sweet for our cam pers, for it is the night leave this magical place. “One of my the cabin favorite activitie s night. Yo chat at the end is uc of cabin ma an learn a lot ab every tes out say anyt and know that your hing and y the cabin it would ou could .” only stay s the quiet in After a full day of camping activitie to encourage e for cabin chats evening hours ar dical conditions, campers to talk about their me r new instill in each othe pass alo ng coping skills or nds that will chats cement bo found hope. Cabin that is immeasurable. gift last a lifetime – a k is “This wee . I am awesome h fun! I muc having so g forward am lookin pics and lym to Silly O ghetti a eating sp ! I’ve ace with my f arted already st ! I love practicing it here!” The Silly O Olympic torch has been lit and the official Olympic music blares. Let the games begin! The recreation field is transformed into an Olympic village and all campers compete in events like the Pudding Drip, the Carbohydrate Roll, Paint the Counselor, Paint the Camper, and the most popular, the Slime Toss. Campers and counselors alike look forward to the clean up after this epic event because the local Lake County Fire Department shows up and hoses down the cheering Olympians. No baths are required that night! Page 8 CREEK SPEAK Darden Execs Get Busy in the Kitchen On August 1, Dave Pickens, President of Olive Garden and Rick Walsh, Senior Vice President of Darden Restaurants spent time in the kitchen that Darden built for Camp Boggy Creek over 10 years ago. Their visit was part of the year-long celebration of Camp’s 10th Birthday. Not only did they tour camp, serve lunch to the campers, bus tables and sing songs, they also brought presents! They donated a long list of items for the kitchen AND brought 40 cases of dessert from Olive Garden which was an instant hit with the campers. Dave Pickens, President of Olive Garden and Rick Thanks Dave and Rick…the campers loved having you here! Walsh, Senior Vice President of Darden Restaurants served lunch to over 250 campers, counselors and staff during their visit to Boggy Creek. u Thank tYorants Re s au Darden nd a den Olive Gar After lunch Dave and Rick joined the campers for a few camp songs and the Web of Kindness where the campers gave them a “Standing O” for all they have done for Camp Boggy Creek over the last 10 years. Grand American Day at Camp Boggy Creek Officials and drivers from Grand American Road Racing visited Camp on June 27. Camp Boggy Creek is the proud charity of the sports car racing sanctioning body. Guests spent the morning touring and playing with the campers before joining them for lunch. The day culminated with the First Annual Frisselle Brothers Invitational Miniature Golf Tournament. Grand Am driver Burt Frisselle took the top honors and received the tournament prize of a Boggy Bear signed by all of the campers. L to R: Grand Am drivers, Brian Frisselle, Milka Duno and Burt Frisselle www.BoggyCreek.org Page 9 Corporate Appreciation Days at Camp Boggy Creek Wayne Automatic Fire Costco Wholesale Day Sprinkler Day Wayne Automatic Fire Sprinklers Day was declared June 15th was declared Costco Wholesale Day at on July 31st as folks from Wayne Automatic visited Camp Boggy Creek. Top: Tim Rose accepting with campers who expressed their gratitude for all Costco’s proclamation from campers. Bottom: they have done for Boggy Creek. Top: Boggy Creek Costco executives and employees from all over camper presenting Wayne Gey with the the country came to experience first hand what all proclamation. Bottom: Wayne Automatic employees their efforts make possible. touring camp. Campers on Track for the Pepsi 400 If you tuned into the FOX broadcast of the Pepsi 400 NASCAR Nextel Cup race the night of July 1, you saw the work of some very creative Boggy Creek campers on track. The Ginn Company, sponsors of MB2 Motorsports #14 driven by Sterling Marlin, invited three campers to help design the paint scheme for the Pepsi 400 car. Top car designer Steve Breakfield came to Camp on June 8 where he joined campers: Tori Tiger, age 15 from Daytona Beach, Jake Westbrook, age 13 from St. Augustine and Zach Robinson, age 10 from Jacksonville in the Arts & Crafts building. The campers worked with a car template that had already placed the Ginn Company and Camp Boggy Creek logos. From there they went to work. Steve returned to Charlotte, NC where he incorporated the camper’s ideas into the final design. A press event was held at the track on June 29 where Tori and Zach joined Sterling Marlin to unveil the car which the campers saw for the first time. They were also treated to a tour of the #14 garage area and hauler and were the special guests of The Ginn Company race day. Their wonderful designs and engaging interviews generated both local and national coverage for the Camp. Thanks campers! L to R: Tori Tiger, Jake Westbrook, Zack Finished design of the MB2 Motorsports #14 L to R: Zack Robinson, Tori Tiger and Robinson and car designer, Steve Breakfield sponsored by The Ginn Company. Sterling Marlin at the unveiling Page 10 CREEK SPEAK Daytona Harley-Davidson Special Events for Camp! Ride for Children Thanks to all the friends of Camp Boggy Creek!! Take a th look at some of these special groups and individuals Friday the 13 is a lucky night this year, as Daytona holding their own events to raise funds for our great Beach Coca-Cola will campers! be inducted into the D ayt on a Harley- World Sailfish Championship: The Florida Keys, sail Davidson Ride for fishing and yachts, all part of the 4th Annual fundraising Children Hall of event. General Schwarzkopf served as honorary rd Fame. The 3 Annual chairman for this five-day event. The finishing touch... Champagne Ball is $55,000 for Camp Boggy Creek. an invitation-only Guys with Ties: The first Boggy Ball was held in event, held at the downtown Orlando this spring. Donations were made as Daytona Hilton and hosted by Camp Boggy Creek guests came to enjoy live music and good food. $3,000 Founder Bruce Rossmeyer. Coke is being honored for was donated to Camp Boggy Creek. their 12-year commitment to the Ride for Children as well Tour of Water Gardens: Homeowners opened their as their generous support of donations to Camp Boggy doors in Inverness to show off their water gardens for Creek. two days. The weekend finished off with a banquet and Saturday, October 14th, the Daytona Beach Hilton will raffle. The Aqua Scape Tour led to a contribution of be the spot for all the VIP riders of the Daytona Harley- $3,200 for Camp. Davidson Ride for Children to enjoy a night of music and good food at the pre-ride party. Shannon Burke and the Real Ride: Bikers hit the road Sunday, October 15th, the roar of 1,000 motorcycles from Maitland to Ormond Beach, finishing off the ride at will be heard from Ormond Beach to Eustis, Florida when Destination Daytona. Shannon Burke of Real Radio Bruce Rossmeyer’s Daytona Harley-Davidson Ride for 104.1 led the way. After the silent auction and 50/50 Children kicks off for the 12th year in a row. This year’s drawing Camp Boggy Creek received over $4,900. grand marshal is David Roth, Boggy Creek camper. Hospitality Finance and Technical Professionals of Mid David will be at the front of the line when these generous Florida: This was the 4th year for these folks to pick up friends of camp roll through our gates. Live music will fill their golf clubs for charity. At the end of the tournament the air as riders enjoy their lunch, donated by Outback more than $9,000 was donated to Camp Boggy Creek. Steakhouse. Live and silent auctions add to the funds Lyrics for Life: Music group Sister Hazel performed at raised for camp at Camp Boggy Creek’s largest the House of Blues, then got up early for the charity golf fundraising event of the year. tournament at Shingle Creek. The Lyrics for Life Foundation collected and donated $20,000. Alfest 2006: Friends of Camp Boggy Creek enjoyed good food and spirits all for Camp Boggy Creek. This progressive party through Coconut Grove means a donation of more than $3,000. Did you know… you can make a donation on-line? Visit our website www.BoggyCreek.org and click on “Contribute”. You can make your donation in honor of someone's birthday, anniversary, special event or as a holiday gift. www.BoggyCreek.org Page 11 Birthday Wishes And The Folks That Make Them Come True When you close your eyes and make a birthday wish just before you blow out the candles on your cake, what do you wish for? Wealth? World peace? Good health? For 10 years Camp Boggy Creek has been making the wishes of over 30,000 children and family members who come here REAL– by providing a place where they can come to and forget that they’re sick. “If I had one wish I’d stay at Boggy Creek all year round because it makes your fears become dust.” - Tommy, camper As we look back in gratitude to those who helped create Boggy Creek, we also look to the future and our wish to sustain this magical place in order to give a “week of normal” to even more of Florida’s seriously ill children. The generosity of Foundations and Corporations makes a tremendous impact for our children and families who come to Camp Boggy Creek. Their gifts of giving help insure that even more children and families can enjoy the magic of a Boggy Creek camping experience. We wish to thank the following foundations and corporations who have donated to camp since our last listing in the Spring 2006 newsletter. 89 Racing Team Grand American Road Racing Timothy Player's Vending AIM Marketing Solutions, Inc. Guys With Ties, Inc. POSH 27 American Warehouse and Terminal, Inc. Hand-in-Hand Foundation Praise and Deliverance Ministries Argent Mortgage Company, LLC Bruce Rossmeyer's Daytona Harley-Davidson International The Association of HITW Camps, Inc. Hartford Fire Insurance Company Price Motorsports, LLC Autometrics Motorsports Hasbro Prudential Transact Realty, Inc. Bank of America Foundation Dr. Harry J. Heeb Foundation Racing For A Reason Bank of America, N.A. Private Bank Howard Motorsports Riley Motorsports, LLC Bernheim Racing Hugo Tax and Financial Service Scheidel Foundation Beverly Driving School I Do Foundation The Schmidt Family Foundation Blackforest Motorsports i-MOTO Racing Shangri-La By The Lake Mobile Home Gainsco Blackhawk Motorsports The I. W. Foundation, Inc. Owners Assoc., Inc. Employees Community Fund of Boeing Florida iCare Workplace Giving Michael Shank Racing Service Brown & Brown, Inc. ICY Phoenix Smart Racing Technology, Inc. - Samax Motorsport Bruce Rossmeyer's New Smyrna Harley- Jewelers for Children Davidson Southard Motorsports Krohn Racing, LLC Brumos Motor Cars, Inc. Spirit of Daytona Racing The Ed & Pauline Lacey Charitable Foundation, Inc. B. R. Chamberlain Foundation for Public SunTrust Motorsports Banking Group LeCompte Orthodontics PA Enrichment SunTrust Racing Lee Constantine's Charity Challenge, Inc. The Chatlos Foundation, Inc. Synergy Racing Loews Corporation Chiavacci Family Foundation Tafel Racing, Inc. Lotspeich and Associates, Inc. Clear Channel Worldwide The J. A. & H. G. Woodruff, Jr. Charitable Lowe's Fernandez Racing Trust Michael Colucci Racing Lyrics for Life Foundation, Inc. Comp USA Chip Ganassi Racing Trilogy Global Advisors Dr. John T. Macdonald Foundation, Inc. UnitedHealth Group Employee Giving Matt Connolly Motorsports Marcus Motorsports Campaign Costco Wholesale Dan Marino Foundation Universal Orlando Resort Employee Giving Craftsman Motorsport McQuiston Painting Campaign Derhaag Motorsports Microsoft Giving Campaign Wachovia Foundation Doran Enterprises Mobile Instrument Service & Repair, Inc. Wal-Mart 1441 Essex Racing The William and Vernette More Family Foundation Walgreens Eveready Fire & Security Equipment, Inc. The Morrison Family Foundation Washington Mutual Matching Gift Program Evers Enterprises, LTD. Nastasi & Associates, Inc. Waterman Village Executive Adventures/World Sailfish National Financial Resources The Weiss Family Foundation Championship Nature Coast Aquascape, Inc. Wet 'n Wild Florida, Inc. Fatone Family Foundation Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation WhatGoesAround.org Finlay Motorsports LLC PacificCoast Motorsports Wright Tuning Incorporated Florida Construction and Design, LLC Parks at Hunter's Creek Zizmer Jones Group Florida Gay Rodeo Association, Inc. k You! Peacock Foundation, Inc. Glenmoor Health Center Playboy/Uniden/Finley M/S Than Goldin Bros Racing Creek Notes 2006 Fall Family Retreat Weekends Sept. 15-17 Cancer (Jacksonville campers) VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Sept. 22-24 Asthma Certified Lifeguards Needed Sept. 29-Oct. 1 Camp Boggy Creek needs Certified •Needs Lists Cancer Oct. 20-22 Hemophilia Lifeguards to volunteer during our Family Retreat Weekends on Saturdays from •Bathing suits Oct. 27-29 Epilepsy 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Lifeguards are •i-tune gift cards Nov. 3-5 Sickle Cell needed to play with kids at our lakefront •Office supplies Nov. 17-20 Spina Bifida and heated pool. Make a difference in the •Cake, frosting and Dec. 1-3 Heart life of a child and come join us for a brownie mix Dec. 9 Holiday Party splashing good time. rts •Plain white t-shi Other volunteer opportunities available. Please call our volunteer coordinator at 352-483-4200 ext. 293, e-mail volunteer@BoggyCreek.org or check out our website at www.BoggyCreek.org. 866-Go-Boggy Eustis, FL 32736 30500 Brantley Branch Rd. The Boggy Creek Gang Camp Permit #2642 Orlando, FL PAID U.S. Postage Non Profit Org.
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