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Illustrating the Camp Anokijig motto “We Serve,” teens and young adults braved the cold weekend and gathered for the camp’s annual event, Tube- A-Thon, taking their turn in giving back by raising funds for the Anokijig Campership Fund. “The goal is to raise money to help send less fortunate children to camp; and have outrageous fun doing it,” said Scott Mabie, director of outdoor education at Anokijig and event organizer. “We make it our mission that no child will be refused the magic of an Anokijig Summer Camp experience due to a lack of funds.” The 40 Tube-A-Thon participants raised $16,000.05 to send kids to camp who would otherwise miss out on the life-changing experience. “Some of [the participants] have benefitted from the hard work and generosity of past participants of this event, by coming to camp on partial or full campership themselves, but all know the magic of camp, and the positive influence it will have on the rest of their lives,” said Mabie. Camp encourages anyone who would like to join these youth in serving children 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. Illustrating the Camp Anokijig motto “We Serve,” teens and young adults braved the cold weekend and gathered for the camp’s annual event, Tube- A-Thon, taking their turn in giving back by raising funds for the Anokijig Campership Fund. “The goal is to raise money to help send less fortunate children to camp; and have outrageous fun doing it,” said Scott Mabie, director of outdoor education at Anokijig and event organizer. “We make it our mission that no child will be refused the magic of an Anokijig Summer Camp experience due to a lack of funds.” The 40 Tube-A-Thon participants raised $16,000.05 to send kids to camp who would otherwise miss out on the life-changing experience. “Some of [the participants] have benefitted from the hard work and generosity of past participants of this event, by coming to camp on partial or full campership themselves, but all know the magic of camp, and the positive influence it will have on the rest of their lives,” said Mabie. Camp encourages anyone who would like to join these youth in serving children 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.

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