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The 8th Annual Cedarcrest Camp Clean-Up Day

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The 8th Annual Cedarcrest Camp Clean-Up Day

Time: April 5, 2014 from 8:45am to 3pm
Location: Camp Cedarcrest
Street: 886 Mapledale Road, Orange, CT. 06477
City/Town: Orange
Website or Map:
Phone: (203)799-2150
Event Type: volunteer, day
Organized By: Jacob Urban
Latest Activity: Apr 4, 2014

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Event Description

Every Little Bit Helps Big…

  • Breakfast and lunch provided
  • Projects for all skill levels- Less leaf raking this year we promise!
  • Live Musical Entertainment- Call the camp office if you are interested in performing


This is our single biggest volunteer event of the year and helps us get the camp ready for the various groups who utilize the property throughout the season, many of which are comprised of underprivileged and needy individuals.


Last year we had a record 232 volunteers who logged 1,080 hours of work in just one day. Our goal is to meet or exceed these numbers this year!!!


Even if you are limited in your physical abilities or skills please consider joining us to be part of a great day of community and friendship. We have many tasks to accomplish and some do not require physical labor, including help with registration and organization throughout the day. 


For more information & to RSVP email or:

(203)799-2150 Camp Office

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