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Sunday, December 23, 2012

The Impact of a Pendalouan Experience - Pt. 2

Last week, we started a series here on the camp blog on "The Impact of a Pendalouan Experience." In Part One, we shared the story of Brittani, a former counselor who as a camper at Pendalouan received Financial Aid in the form of camperships for several years. You can read her story by clicking here. Today we continue the series with the words from parents and current campers.

PART TWO:

Next, there are our parents and the campers themselves. Sometimes, we hear such powerful testimonials from our parents and campers that we have to find a good way to share them with a larger audiences. Recently, we've been sharing the following images on our Facebook Page and on Twitter. Take a look at these great images!











Would you like to make sure families continue to have meaningful experiences at Camp Pendalouan? Then please consider making a gift to Pendalouan's Year-End Campaign. The money raised will go towards providing more camperships, better facilities and enhanced programming in 2013. Donations are coming in (click here for a list of donors so far), but we still need several donations still to reach our goal. Every gift - of $10 or of $1000 - will help us reach our goal! Please donate today by clicking here or pressing the button below.

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Please, help Camp Pendalouan this holiday season by making a donation today. Your gift will make a big difference to our campers in 2013 and beyond! You can also send a check for Camp Pendalouan to:

YMCA Camp Pendalouan
1243 E. Fruitvale Rd.
Montague, MI 49437

Be on the lookout for Part 3 in our series: Testimonials and Stories from Alumni. Coming soon!

We are extremely grateful for all of our Alumni & Friends who support YMCA Camp Pendalouan in many different ways. If you are interested in volunteering for Pendalouan or would like to donate money or supplies for any of our year-round programs, contact Mark Olson, Alumni & Development Director at molson@pendalouan.org or give us a call at camp at (231) 894-4538.

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