Trooper Island Fundraiser

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Updated: 3/17/2013 8:54 am
The Trooper Island Fundraiser is scheduled for March 28th, at bd’s Mongolian Grill, 2309 Sir Barton Way, Lexington, KY. Come by and meet the New Trooper Island Camp Director and his staff. Have them prepare your food and learn more about Trooper Island.

You can also purchase a Trooper Island Raffle ticket while you are there.

Trooper Island Camp is a camp for children who otherwise would not have the means to attend. They spend a week learning skills such as swimming, boating, fishing, archery and much, much more.

Trooper Island Camp is run solely on donations. Door prizes will be given away every 20 minutes!

To learn more about Trooper Island Camp go to: http://www.kentuckystatepolice.org/island.htm
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