Kids for Camp Auction: Help send youth to summer camp

Kids for Camp Auction is happening again this year on April 25 at the Clearwater Community Baptist Church

LIVE AUCTION, yes, the Kids for Camp Auction is happening again this year on April 25 at the Clearwater Community Baptist Church.

The doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and everyone is welcome.  Appetizers have been catered by Gateway Grill and it will be another fun and exciting evening.

Last year due to the generosity of businesses, organizations and individuals we were able to send 20 youth from Clearwater, Vavenby and Birch Island to summer camp.

A few of the great items donated this year are gift certificates for gas, food and merchandise, overnight hotel stays in Kamloops, propane, golf, resort stays, gift basket, shop vac, toys, tools, hair and body products and much, much more.

Thank you to all the supporters and contributors to this years auction, many of whom are second year supporters.

Remember, their generosity is only successful if you get out and bid.  So mark your calendars for April 25 and come out for a great evening and help send Kids to Camp.




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