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Published on Sep 21, 2011
This is our cut down version of the 6 days spent at Camp Angelos Fish Camp. This video will be used at fundraisers to engage potential sponsors to donate to this program.
The Camp Angelos/OWHF Youth Fish Camp is an overnight camp designed for boys and girls age 9-14. The camp includes a small ratio of campers to counselors, daily meals, lodging, equipment and professional instruction.
Stocked trout ponds, hiking trails, campfire areas, playing fields, archery range and private Sandy River access for launching the raft trips make Camp Angelos the perfect setting.
The mission of Camp Angelos and the Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation is having fun, while introducing boys and girls to the beginning of a lifetime enjoyment of fishing. This natural setting is the perfect backdrop for our skilled instructors to teach both fish habitat and conservation to preserve our environment for future generations.
Scholarships Need based scholarships are made available through the generous donations from American Hellenic Educational Center, Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation, Tournament of Golf Foundation, ODFW Restoration and Enhancement Fund,, Frank & Margaret Bitar Foundation, Larsen's Creamery, McCracken Woodlands, LLC, Andy Gianopoulos, Bobbie Keerins, Dodie & Gordon King, Lori Hedrick, Gene Mason, Bill Monroe, Tom Frith, Daniel & Anne Streifel, Maria & Isidoros Garifalakis, Ronald Leland, Gary Vandeventer, Roger Vice, Dave Sill, Rod Brobeck, Bill Raglioni, Sharon Conyers and Friends of the Children. Volunteers are from the Sandy River/NW Steelheaders, Oregon Bass & Panfish Club, and the Dept. of Fish & Wildlife.
Camp Fee for 2010 will be $350 for those not on scholarships.
Please contact Mary Jo Brobeck at the Camp Angelos, 503-695-5888 or email email@example.com for information on registration, volunteering, or sponsorships for Fish Camp