Friends and Neighbors Invited to Camp Whitcomb/Mason's Annual Lumberjack Brunch

March 16, 2010

Camp Whitcomb/Mason invites all of its friends and neighbors to its annual Lumberjack Brunch on Sunday, March 28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. inside its Meinerz Friendship Lodge. The camp is located at W294 N8436 Camp Whitcomb Rd. Admission is $12 for adults, $11 for seniors age 60 and older, $7 for children ages 5 to 12 and free for ages 4 and under. Proceeds from the event benefit the Camp Whitcomb/Mason’s summer camp program.

 

The Lumberjack Brunch’s all-you-can-eat menu features pancakes, eggs, potatoes, ham, biscuits & gravy, baked chicken, fruit, veggies and dip, desserts, beverages and more. Along with the food, other treats for guests include winning raffle prizes, bidding on items in the silent auction, touring the sugar bush and making maple syrup, and enjoying hayrides around the camp’s 306 scenic acres.

 

In addition to hosting annual events such as its Lumberjack Brunch and Triathlon in August, Camp Whitcomb/Mason is a year-round destination for companies, organizations and families seeking scenic locations for offsite meetings, retreats and reunions. Camp’s Meinerz, James and Stiemke lodges feature meeting rooms, sleeping and shower facilities and food service by Davians Catering. For couples who desire a memorable indoor or outdoor wedding, Camp’s experienced team can help plan intimate affairs to extravagant celebrations.

 

Camp Whitcomb/Mason and is owned and operated by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. It is located on Lake Keesus and provides quality year-round programs to schools, businesses, youth groups, faith-based organizations and other community groups. Camper visitors get a variety of natural experiences. Since 1911, Camp Whitcomb/Mason has set high standards of excellence in operations for its residential (overnight) and day camp programs. For more details about the Lumberjack Brunch and upcoming programs call (262) 538-1190 or visit www.campwhitcombmason.org.

 

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee is the oldest and largest youth-serving agency in Milwaukee. It offers after-school and evening programming for children ages 6-18, focusing on those who have major life obstacles, most often poverty. The Clubs operate 38 sites including Hadfield Elementary School in Waukesha. Membership to the Clubs is only $5 per year, per child, but no one is ever turned away based on inability to pay. For more information, visit the Club’s Web site at www.boysgirlsclubs.org.

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