Twin Mills Resort to Host Big Brothers/Sisters Event
In what is expected to become an annual tradition, Goshen, Ind.-based Keystone RV Co. welcomes Big Brothers Big Sisters of Elkhart County to a weekend of RV camping at Twin Mills Camping Resort in nearby LaGrange County June 8-10.
With 554 camping sites on 150 acres, Twin Mills offers a full complement of activities including hiking, swimming, volleyball, baseball, playground, access to two lakes and a fishing pond.
The Kamp Keystone event will offer children (“Littles”) and their mentors (“Bigs”) the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors in comfort through the use of Keystone campers, according to a news release.
Kamp Keystone was started in 2007 as a way for Keystone employees to actually use and enjoy the RVs they manufacture, while providing valuable product feedback to the company. This year Keystone decided to take it a step further by inviting Big Brothers Big Sisters to join in the fun.
Keystone RV President Matt Zimmerman says Kamp Keystone is another way for the company to give back to the community. According to Zimmerman, “The Keystone family is one of the largest contributors to the Elkhart County United Way. Throwing the doors open to Kamp Keystone enables us to do even more. As the father of two young boys, I personally believe camping with your family is one of the best investments you can make. Through Kamp Keystone we expect to make a positive contribution in these young people’s lives.”
“The strength of the BBBS program lies within the opportunities where ‘Bigs’ can be a positive example to their ‘Littles.’ These experiences are enhanced when ‘Littles’ are exposed to things that they never even knew existed,” noted Big Brothers Big Sisters Executive Director Stephanie Patka. “For many of our ‘Littles,’ Kamp Keystone will be their first exposure to camping with activities like hiking, fishing, swimming and roasting marshmallows. We are thrilled to partner with Keystone and believe this weekend will result in a tremendous experience for our ‘Littles’ that will last a lifetime.”