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Home  |  News  |  Columbia Police announce "Camp Funtastik"

Columbia Police announce "Camp Funtastik"
Monday, June 6, 2011

COLUMBIA, SC - Columbia Police Chief Randy Scott announced today, the partnership of the Columbia Police Department’s Police Athletic League (PAL) and the Edgewood Foundation to launch the new Bethlehem Community Center (2500 Elmwood Avenue) during the grand opening ceremony to be held on Saturday, June 4, 2011 at 1:00 p.m.

The Edgewood Foundation’s opening of the Bethlehem Community Center will serve as PAL’s site for Camp Funtastik; a continuing effort of the City of Columbia’s parental awareness campaign; “Do You Know Where Your Kids Are”.

Chief Scott stated that the Columbia Police Department and the Edgewood Foundation, through Camp Funtastik will be providing fun and exciting supervised activities to keep children involved during the summer holidays.

Chief Scott extends its gratitude to the Edgewood Foundation for its ongoing efforts to assist the City of Columbia’s youth and for sponsoring Columbia Police Department’s Camp Funtastik. This joint venture will provide a collective difference in the lives of our children.

Camp Funtastik has reached this summers capacity for campers, but encourages those interested in future PAL activities to contact Sergeant Vandell McCary 803-463-3992 or Alice P. Jones at 803-447-3494. Camp Funtastik begins Monday, June 6th and concludes July 29th and campers will have enrichment tours, special guests, morning exercise, arts/crafts and outdoor activities.

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