What better way to end the Visually and Hearing Impaired Surf Camp than hot dogs on the beach served by the Wilmington Lions Club. The IndoJax Surf Camp for the Visually Impaired and Hearing Impaired was held at Wrightsville Beach on July 11-14, 2017. More than 110 were served including 30 campers, parents, volunteers and staff.
The campers came from as far away as Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
The attendees were served lemonade, ice water, chips, cookies and Trolley Stop Hotdogs including the famous Trolley Stop Surfer Dogs.
The Wilmington Lions Club also donated $500 to the cost of the camp.
The Wrightsville Beach Lions are now part of the Wilmington Lions Club. Past President Jefferson Thompson stated that “The Wilmington Lions Club will continue to serve the Greater Wilmington Community including Wrightsville Beach. We hope to continue to support services to the residents in Wrightsville Beach.”
More information on the Wilmington Lions Club can be found on its website or its Facebook page.
Submitted by George Holston
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