Frontlines day camp a success

The first week of Frontlines day amp was a huge success: 108 kids showed up for classes, games and activities. The local youth organization could still use a hand though.

Angela Carter, interim director, says that fundraising ha been going well, but they could still use ‘in kind’ donations to help with lunches for the increased number of young people. Kraft Dinner, juice boxes, and fresh fruit would be especially welcome. I’m sure thy could also use a bit of money if you had some around. It costs about $50 to send a kid to camp for a week and all the Frontlines camps are free for participants.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.