CONY Exceeds ’13 $50,000 Charity Goal

January 17, 2014 by   - () Comments Off on CONY Exceeds ’13 $50,000 Charity Goal

The Campground Owners of New York (CONY) members managed to exceed the organization’s 2013 goal of raising $50,000 for charity on their 50th anniversary year, the Medina Journal-Register reported.

When all was said and done, CONY members raised $53,700 in their second-annual statewide fundraiser for charity.

After tallying all the figures, CONY announced that Medina/Wildwood Lake KOA in Medina, operated by Rob and Rachel Kaiser, raised $2,508 in donations for Camp Good Days and Special Times.

Camp Good Days and Special Times is a New York-based organization providing camping experiences free of charge to children with cancer. Since its inception, the organization has served more than 42,000 campers from 22 states and 25 foreign countries. This past summer, more than 1,500 children from around the world attended the camp, located on the shores of Keuka Lake. More information is available at

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