Tubing to share



Camp Anokijig’s motto is “We Serve” and that was lived out earlier this month during the annual Tube-A-Thon event where teens and young adults who have benefitted from an Anokijig experience take their turn to give back by raising funds to send less fortunate kids to a week of summer camp in 2016. “This is a chance to make a difference in a child’s life and have loads of fun doing it” noted Scott Mabie, director of outdoor education at Anokijig and organizer of the event. “We couldn’t be more pleased with the enthusiasm for the cause, with 50 participants who raised $17,000 to help needy kids.” Part of Anokijig’s mission includes the belief that every child deserves a chance to experience the life-changing influence of Camp Anokijig. “This event helps us fulfill that portion of our mission, and is a great experience in personal growth and giving for the youth involved” said Mabie. Anyone who would like to join the efforts of these youth to serve children through camp scholarships is encouraged to call the camp office at 920-893-0782 or visit www.anokijig.com. Camp Anokijig is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to developing youth and families by providing a healthy, natural environment that promotes character building and personal growth. Anokijig’s core programs are youth summer camp, teen leadership development, outdoor education, family programs, group retreats and rentals, adventure challenges, team building, and volunteerism. Submitted photo Camp Anokijig’s motto is “We Serve” and that was lived out earlier this month during the annual Tube-A-Thon event where teens and young adults who have benefitted from an Anokijig experience take their turn to give back by raising funds to send less fortunate kids to a week of summer camp in 2016. “This is a chance to make a difference in a child’s life and have loads of fun doing it” noted Scott Mabie, director of outdoor education at Anokijig and organizer of the event. “We couldn’t be more pleased with the enthusiasm for the cause, with 50 participants who raised $17,000 to help needy kids.” Part of Anokijig’s mission includes the belief that every child deserves a chance to experience the life-changing influence of Camp Anokijig. “This event helps us fulfill that portion of our mission, and is a great experience in personal growth and giving for the youth involved” said Mabie. Anyone who would like to join the efforts of these youth to serve children through camp scholarships is encouraged to call the camp office at 920-893-0782 or visit www.anokijig.com. Camp Anokijig is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to developing youth and families by providing a healthy, natural environment that promotes character building and personal growth. Anokijig’s core programs are youth summer camp, teen leadership development, outdoor education, family programs, group retreats and rentals, adventure challenges, team building, and volunteerism. Submitted photo

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