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BB Camp Entering Next Phase of a Long Term Development Plan

November 27, 2015

 

 

 

The B'nai Brith Jewish Community Camp Board of Directors is pleased to

announce that the Camp is entering the next phase of a long term

development plan to enhance its infrastructure and programs to serve

the next generation of campers and their families.

 

The first phase of the development plan was undertaken last year with the acquisition of 30 acres of Town Island from the City of Kenora. After achieving full ownership of the campsite, the Camp raised significant funds, which provides the organization with a strong foundation as it enters the next phase of a long term development plan.

 

Additionally, the Board is pleased to announce that it has engaged David Greaves and his firm Protexia (www.protexia.com), to plan and execute a capital campaign to support the second phase of the development plan. Bob Freedman, the former C.E.O. of the Jewish Federation, will be working with Protexia on this project.

    

The Board and Protexia will now proceed in developing a detailed site plan and capital budget, which will lead to undertaking a community wide capital campaign commencing in the spring of 2016.  Former Board Chairs, Carrie Shenkarow and

 

Murray Gilfix will serve as co-chairs of the campaign.

 

Please contact either David Greaves or Bob Freedman for additional information and to learn more about opportunities to volunteer/participate in this exciting project.

 

Contact Information:

 

David Greaves:  e-mail: [email protected]

 

Bob Freedman:  e-mail: [email protected]

 
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