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Camp Dates: 
July 30 - August 4
Child must be at least 6 years old and have completed the 1st grade and no older than 12 years old by July 30
Each child must have a current completed physical comleted by the doctor. Physical cannot be earlier than July 30, 2011.
Applications must be turned in by 06/15/12
If a child takes a orescription medication, the medication must be in the original container, enough for the entire week.  Non-prescription medications are NOT allowed.
Please read and sign ALL of the forms.

Applications can be picked up at The Salvation Army Fredericksburg Office at 2012Lafayette Blvd, Fredericksburg, VA 22044 (next to Paul's Bakery).

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We rely 100% on donations from the community. To make a difference in our community please mail your end of the year, tax-deductible, holiday donations to:
 Elizabeth Willett, Development Director
P.O. Box 179            
Fredericksburg, VA 22404
or pay online by clicking here



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The Salvation Army of Fredericksburg Virginia
Administrative Office: 2012 Lafayette Boulevard - Fredericksburg, VA 22401
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