NJ Campground Helps High School

March 6, 2014 by   - () Comments Off on NJ Campground Helps High School

Holly Shores Camping Resort, a family campground in Lower Township, N.J., collected $1,000 over the summer in support of Wildwood Catholic High School through various events and fundraisers at the campground, Shore News Today reported.

The hundreds of families that camped at Holly Shores last year also made this donation possible, according to the campground. David and Maggy Robinson, owners of Holly Shores, presented a $1,000 check to Joseph Catanoso of Save Wildwood Catholic. Save Wildwood Catholic is an organization that was created in 2010 when news came that Wildwood Catholic would be closing its doors.

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