Kiwanis invites public to hear about Camp Casey at dinner meeting Thursday

Monday, April 27, 2015

Camp Casey campers thank Kiwanis

The Thursday, April 30 meeting of the Kiwanis will hear from Bill Briggs, Jr., head cook for Kiwanis Camp Casey discussing the free, week-long camp held on Whidbey Island each summer for up to 90 children with physical disabilities.

The campers, ages 6 – 17, look forward to the camp as the “best week of the year.” 

The dinner meeting is from 6:30-8:30 pm, and costs $12 per person. 

Invited to attend are Kiwanis members and members of the public who are interested in service to children. 

Come and learn how our 80 year strong history of service to these very special children in our community helps provide life changing experiences for them.

The dinner will be held at Provail Suite B, 12550 Aurora Avenue N, Seattle. Parking is available in the Provail lot.


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