YAKIMA, Wash.-- Camp Prime Time has
finally raised enough money to complete a new lodge.
Volunteers at the camp for seriously ill
and disabled children have worked for several years to finish the
one-and-a-half million dollar project.
A private donation of 31,000 dollars
finally put them over the top.
The camp plans to start construction in
the spring and finish the lodge by mid-summer.
"It's nice, it's... It's just what
these families need to have a relaxing and fun time, and it'll be built
durable," said Ralph Berthon with Camp Prime Time.
The camp also broke a record with their Christmas
tree chipping event earlier this month raising more than 15,000 dollars.
The camp is still taking donations for
both the lodge and their day-to-day operations. You can do that here.