Monday, October 17, 2005

Campers donate $6,000 to Volunteer Fire Company

The Maryland Line Volunteer Fire Company's efforts to raise money for its new building got a boost Oct. 8 when it received a check for $6,000 from campers at Morris Meadows Campground.

For the past 12 years, the campground's long-term campers - called "Chipmunks" - have been recycling aluminum cans they use each summer and donating the cash they receive for the cans, said manager Lois Morris Reithlingshoefer. Each year, the campers pick a different charity to receive the funds. Full Story...

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