The storm caused tens of thousands of dollars worth of damage to the campsite for kids. Two inches of mud now cover the inside of two of the cabins, the fence around the cabins have been destroyed and branches and other debris are sprawled over the property. The newly purchased mulch and flowers are also gone.
"This is the greatest camp, we've done so much work here to make this better than anything else and now it's all gone," property manager Mark Serrett said. "We really need your help, we just can't do all of this by ourselves."
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