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Maureen Skelly
Tel: (301)854-9100
January 25, 2005

Summer Camp for Families Offers Thanks and a Discounted Vacation to Armed Services Families

Medomakís Family Camp located just outside the village of Washington, Maine has been in the business of family fun for a decade. This summer, as a thank you to our military personnel, Medomak is offering free tuition to any active servicemen or servicewomen who come to camp with their family.

Medomak Campís eight week season is devoted to offering traditional as well as inventive camp activities for campers of all ages. Families come to the lakeside oasis to enjoy a week-long program that includes archery, arts & crafts, photography, swimming, boating, campfires and three hearty, home-cooked meals a day. This traditional summer camp, with programs designed for families, has been welcoming a loyal following of campers under a year old to over 90 years old from around the country to the mid-coast region of Maine since 1994.

Founders George and Holly Stone believe in Medomakís century old camp philosophy to always remember the other person. The Stones feel that is exactly what our armed forces are doing by guarding our freedom as Americans. Free tuition for servicemen or women will provide an opportunity for these courageous men and women to decompress and reconnect with their loved ones in a relaxing, peaceful, natural environment.

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