We had about 30 people attend the meeting. The response was wonderful.
It's an extensive process. When we reach the second level, we can receive funding from the Paul Newman food line. About 46 area children went to a Hole in the Wall camp last year, those kids don't need to travel hundreds of miles. They can come here.
He showed two large boards of the camp. A nice visual display that really got everyone excited.
What a wonderful area to have this camp. The beautiful landscape, the creative visions to make this camp special and the people of the communities who have supported us and who have overwhelmingly offered their help.
There is not one committee more important than the other. Each committee needs to research every possible opportunity and expect nothing but the best for the camp and the children it will serve.