Camp Meadowood Springs - 46 Years of Making a Difference
Camp Meadowood Springs is a major charitable project of the Oregon State Elks Association and its subordinate lodges. This camp would not be possible without the Elks' dedication and commitment to helping children 6 to 16 years of age with speech, language and hearing challenges.
Each year, the Oregon State Elks and Lady Elks sponsor children to attend one of two 10-day summer residential camps/clinics.
The Elks became involved with Camp Meadowood in December of 1968. $700 was raised after a program was outlined and presented to the Elks. Since that time, the Elks have continued to support Camp Meadowood Springs.
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