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Wilma,

It was a pleasure to meet you last week at Camp Abilities St. Louis! I wanted to thank you again for putting together such a wonderful experience for my nephew Logan Boone and the other campers. Logan had a great time and our whole family is already looking forward to Camp Abilities St. Louis 2017!

I want to be involved in Camp Abilities St. Louis next year and will pitch in to help with anything from recruiting counselors and fundraising to working directly with the campers, and everything in between. Please let me know if there's anything I can be of assistance with; you can reach me at the contact information in my signature below.

Thank you again, and have a great day!

Best wishes,

Carlie

I want to be involved in Camp Abilities St. Louis next year and will pitch in to help with anything from recruiting counselors and fundraising to working directly with the campers, and everything in between. Please let me know if there's anything I can be of assistance with; you can reach me at the contact information in my signature below.

Thank you again, and have a great day!

Best wishes,

Carlie

In all of my years living in the Saint Louis area if there is one thing I have come to understand it is when Wilma Chestnut House sets her mind to something it gets done. Weather It's recovering from a traumatic injury that causes blindness, or establishing a beep ball team that wins the Minds Eye Trophy (and scores 22 runs) or putting a BBQ together at the ACB convention you just get the job done lady. This leads us to Camp Abilities. Another project that you truly knocked out of the park. Thank you so much Wilma for all you do for MCB and the blind community in general.

Brian L. Hallows

Hello Wilma,

I am very proud of my boy. He is a great kid and really enjoyed working with the campers this year and looks forward to working with a new set next year. Not only does he want to work with Camp Abilities St. Louis, but he would like to work with someone to start one in the Kansas City area at the Kansas School for the Blind for perspective campers in that region of the state and Kansas. Perhaps you can give him some pointrs on how to get something like this started for those folks as well. He is really motivated and driven to start another one.

Alicia