September 17, 2005 @ 6:30PM
Gloria Writes: Join Into The West, Lord of the Rings Fellowship of Utah, for their second annual charity gala event with dinner, entertainment, silent auction, prizes and a night of fellowship and merry making!! This years recipient is Camp Hobe,R17; a summer camp for children who have cancer. The event will be held Saturday, September 17th starting at 6:30 pm in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Tickets for this not to be missed event are $30.00. Checks/money orders should be made out to INTO THE WEST and sent to:
“INTO THE WEST”
C/O Scott Bishop, Treasurer
P.O. Box 708171
Sandy, Utah 84070-8171
Please include your email address or mailing address so your tickets can be sent to you. Address and directions to the event will be sent prior to the event. With your check and email address, please indicate your dinner choice for each person attending. If you have questions, or would like to donate items for the silent auction, you can reach us through our website at www.intothewest.org
Meal choices are: (choose one)
Red Meat off the Bone Beef Brisket
Coney Roasted Herb Chicken
Sams Garden Patch Vegan/Vegetarian Casserole
NET PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT CAMP HOBER17;
A co-ed residential summer camp for cancer patients & their siblings
Campers are 4 to 19 years old
Three sessions available: Kids camp (6-12 yrs), Teen camp (12-19 yrs), and Day Camp (4-7 yrs)
Program is held at the Elks Camp Wapiti site in Tooele, Utah
Serve Utah & the Intermountain area (Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada)
All staff members are volunteers
Governed by a Board of Directors
Funded entirely through private and corporate donations
Accredited by the American Camping Association
Camp Hobe’s onsite infirmary is staffed by oncology-trained pediatric nurses & a pediatric physician. They provide medications and routine care during the camp session.
Camp Hobe offers campers the opportunity to rediscover self-confidence and build meaningful friendships with peers. They do this through play, creative arts, challenge by choice, inclusive programming, and structured sharing of loss and grief.
Visit the website at camphobe.org.