Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Popular summer camp into round two of contest

A camp that has opened its doors to generations of children continues to seek community support. Camp Hurlburt in Vernon finished 15th in round one of the Aviva Community Fund initiative, and the camp is now trying again in round two to finish in the top 10 ideas before Nov. 9.  The goal is to raise $149,000 to redevelop the waterfront property.  “We hope that all of you who have been voting, will continue to vote in round two,” said Jennifer Yeo, with the Camp Hurlburt Association. “Those of you who have not yet registered as a voter, please go to to register. You get 15 votes, one vote per day. Please vote every day. Rebuild Camp Hurlburt is idea ACF10943.”
Don Quixote Note: I have been voting throughout the first round and am now voting daily to try get this idea through to the next round. Signup is very easy and this idea deserves community support. In the picture below as of this morning at 9:53 AM Camp Hurlburt is in 10th place (but only 13 votes behind 7th place).  There are still 14 days in this round and you and your friends would have 14 votes that may push CAMP HURLBURT over the top. PLEASE SIGN UP AND VOTE and Tell your friends.

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