Free 2012 Summer Camp for Children of Wounded or Disabled Military Families
Golden Corral proudly announces the expansion of their summer camp for children of wounded or disabled military families. In the summer of 2012, Golden Corral will send 1,800 children from military families to a week-long camp free of charge (parents are only responsible for transportation to and from camp).
Camp Corral is a one-week camp experience where kids, ages 8 to 15, are free to be kids, apart from the day-to-day challenges they face as children of wounded or disabled military veterans and service members. Camp Corral will be a week of a lifetime providing kids non-stop fun with activities like canoeing, swimming, arts and crafts, target sports, horseback riding and other camping activities in the great outdoors. The week will encourage campers to create friendships and bond with other kids who share a similar family situation.
2012 Camp Corral information:
Nine Camp Corral locations in 8 states across the country, offering a one-week camp session
Camp participants boys and girls ages 8 to 15
On line registration at [URLwww.campcorral.org[/URL]
Camp Corral locations, camp weeks and information at [URLwww.campcorral.org[/URL]
Camp Corral will be managed and staffed by the 4-H Youth Development Organization and is accredited by the American Camp Association
Campers will have a traditional camp experience with camp crafts, recreational water sports, target sports, horseback riding, ropes course, camp fire stories, etc.
Camp Corral Hot Line for questions: 1-855-605-1267
Donations to Camp Corral are accepted at any Golden Corral restaurant or may be mailed to the Golden Corral Corporate Office in Raleigh, North Carolina
For more information, please visit www.goldencorral.com