FOR THE KIDS: B’nai B’rith Camp’s Annual Spaghetti Dinner – The News Guard

Posted By on May 9, 2017

The public is invited to the Bnai Brith Camps 7th Annual Spaghetti Dinner on May 18 with tours of the camp at 5 p.m. and dinner served at 6 p.m.

This years dinner will be created by camp Chef, Becci Bazen and will include spaghetti and meatballs, salad, French bread, dessert and beverages. The event is hosted to raise scholarships for local kids to attend day camp this summer.

Tickets for the event may be purchased online at http://www.bbcamp.org, at the Family Promise Day Center in the Taft area or at the door. There will also be baskets to be raffled off full of gift certificates, wine, music and even a dog lover basket.

At 5 p.m., camp tours begin with two new buildings to see plus all the activity areas where the kids spend their summer days. At 6 p.m. dinner is served and a short program about camp will be presented.

Bnai Brith Camp is an amazing part of a childs life with friends to meet, experiences that can challenge kids to try something new and memories to last a lifetime. Many local kids who receive scholarships would not otherwise get to experience this level of summer activity. Some kids might not even have full childcare while parents work. But with the help of this annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser and thanks to our giving community, these kids get to experience arts and crafts, swimming daily, sports, a ropes course, a zip line, reading, singing and dancing and the fun days boating on the lake. They get choices in which activities they want to try.

BB Camp, as it is known, is located on East Devils Lake Road across from the KOA campground. It is one of the hidden treasures we have in Lincoln City. The spaghetti dinner is an annual event where citizens can come and find out what more about this local camp.

For more details, call Dick or Sue Anderson at 541-996-8482.

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