40 Campers All Smiles Returning From Camp Brombal
That's a wrap on the 16th Annual Cramp Brombal.
40 lucky kids have just returned from #CampBrombal2018 • each child was surprised with a new bike, lock and helmet as well as a new backpack filled with school supplies. @WindsorPolice @CTVWindsor #cklw pic.twitter.com/vKzkKTNHER— Kristylee Varley (@KVarley800) July 12, 2018
The annual event is held by the Windsor Police Service for 40 local grade 6 students from the Values, Influences and Peers (VIP) school program.
Windsor Police Service Constable, Bianca Jackson says every child deserves a camp experience.
This was the 16th annual #CampBrombal2018 - 40 campers participated in horseback riding, archery, fishing and tons more! Then were surprised with new bikes when they got back! @WindsorPolice #cklw pic.twitter.com/iRXCQZbbLq— Kristylee Varley (@KVarley800) July 12, 2018
"You get to meet kids your own age from different schools that you normally would not have met and you get to experience things with us as police officers, they get to see us in regular clothes having a fun time," says Jackson.
Upon returning from camp, all the kids were surprised with a brand new bike, lock and helmet. Each kid also received a new back pack filled with school supplies.
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