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PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Friday, May 4, 2012

Circle V Ranch Camp Hosts Annual Free Open House & BBQ

Take a tour of the camp, meet the staff and counselors and enjoy a free BBQ lunch.


Discover traditional summer camp fun for kids ages 7-13 in the Santa Ynez Valley on Saturday, May 12, 2012, from 11:00am to 3:00pm.

Free admission to the public. All ages welcome to attend.

The Open House will be held at at Circle V Ranch Camp (across from Cachuma Lake in the Santa Ynez Valley),

2550 Hwy 154, Santa Barbara, CA 93105.

Call 805-688-5252 to RSVP, get directions and more information.

MORE ABOUT CIRCLE V RANCH CAMP:

Circle V Ranch Camp was founded by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Council of Los Angeles in 1945, and has been located on 30 acres in the Los Padres National Forest in Santa Barbara County’s Santa Ynez Valley since 1990. Circle V Ranch Camp sessions each summer feature six days and five nights of traditional supervised summer fun for boys and girls ages 7 to 13. Campers enjoy activities including hiking, swimming in the new pool, learning about nature, archery, arts & crafts, painting, photography, playing games of baseball, basketball, ping pong, foosball, soccer, miniature golf and of course, campfires, skits and songs. (There is no TV, radio or internet access to affect the experience.) Campers stay in air-conditioned cabins or traditional canvas tents. Three nutritious daily meals are served family-style in the Dining Lodge. The Circle V Ranch Camp fee for six days/ five nights including lodging, all meals, activities, recreation and supervised fun is $350 per child; and “camperships” that reduce the fee to $60 (the remaining $290 paid by charitable donations) are available for qualified campers. During autumn, winter and spring, the Camp is available for rental to other non-profit groups and organizations.

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