2011 Summer Camp for Children of Wounded or Disabled Military Families

Camp Corral will provide a fun and developmental experience where kids are free to be kids, apart from the day-to-day challenges they face as children of wounded or disabled military families. An experience at Camp Corral is a memory that will last a lifetime. Kids will have an opportunity to create friendship and bond with other kids who share a similar family situation.

There will be 3 one-week camp sessions: July 3-8, July 17-22 and July 31-August 5, 2011

Camp Corral is free of cost* to children of wounded or disabled military families ages 8-15, and is limited to 400 campers. (*Families pay only for transportation to and from camp.)

TO APPLY: please visit http://www.goldencorral.com/campcorral or call toll-free 1-855-605-1267 for more information.

Camp Corral is a special experience that will create lifetime memories – a full week with friends who can relate, packed with non-stop fun and all the camping can-do’s they love:

. Canoeing and Kayaking and Fishing in the camp’s 17-acre lake
. Target Sports
. Ropes Course
. Horseback Riding
. Swimming
. Camp Fire stories
. Sleeping in cabins
. Crafts

TO APPLY: please visit http://www.goldencorral.com/campcorral or call toll-free 1-855-605-1267 for more information.

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About Ancil W. Jones

I am a Christian, Husband, Father, Grandfather, DoD employee, retired Navy Hospital Corpsman Chief Petty Officer, Disabled American Veteran Service Officer and real estate broker licensed in North Carolina. Please contact me for local information, relocation information and referral assistance. I will also be happy to answer any of your real estate questions. Contact me as well for information regarding the Disabled American Veterans and/or assistance with any claim you may have or wish to submit with the VA. May God's blessings be upon the United States of America and all those that serve to protect our way of life.
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