Volunteers helping through annual Camp Cadiz project
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
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Volunteers (above) for Camp Cadiz have been working on a variety of projects this week, including tidying up bushes for people (below), helping repair decks and floors and transporting meals to people.</i>
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Volunteers (above) for Camp Cadiz have been working on a variety of projects this week, including tidying up bushes for people (below), helping repair decks and floors and transporting meals to people.

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About 70 youth and approximately 46 adults are doing volunteer work this week as part of the annual Camp Cadiz, said organizer Carl Heckmann.

“We have a lot of different things going on this week,” said Heckmann.

The volunteers are doing a variety of construction projects, including building several wheelchair ramps, preparing some porches, repairing some bathroom floors, cleaning some gutters and doing other assorted yardwork, Heckmann said.

One of the homes they are doing maintenance work on is owned by a Vietnam War veteran, said Heckmann, who added that they will also be transporting meals to more than 20 people and will have free car washes at the Cadiz Baptist Church annex on Wednesday and Thursday. He stated that they won’t accept donations.

“I think we’re just going to have a great week,” said Stephanie Humphries, one of the adult volunteers.

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