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Camp Rainbow Gold Holds Share Your Heart Celebration
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Camp Rainbow Gold, which has held summer camps at Cathedral Pines north of Ketchum since its inception, will hold its first summer camp at its Hidden Paradise Camp near Fairfield this summer.
   
Sunday, June 20, 2021
 

STORY AND PHOTO BY KAREN BOSSICK

Unable to hold its annual in-person Share Your Heart Ball fundraiser because of COVID, Camp Rainbow Gold is holding a Share Your Heart celebration at its new camp property near Fairfield.

The open house will be held from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 26 at the organization’s new Hidden Paradise Camp. Guests are invited any time to tour the property and enjoy light refreshments and music.

Guests will also be invited to add fun, life and color to a new Field of Love art installation at the property by making a donation to “Buy a Heart.” The heart-shaped artwork will be pieced together to create and colorful installation that will welcome campers to Hidden Paradise in July.

Camp Rainbow Gold organizers hope to receive enough donations for 2,000 hearts.

Attendees are advised to wear close-toed, comfortable walking shoes. Since Camp Rainbow Gold is a medical organization, social distancing will be practiced and masks will be required indoors.

“Despite the circumstances of this past year, Camp Rainbow Gold is committed to its mission,” said Executive Director Elizabeth Lizberg. “We have found strength and light in our entire community and are dedicated to forging ahead to create unforgettable programs for our campers in 2021. Generosity and the power of togetherness are shining brighter than ever.”

RSVPs are required by June 24 at info@camprainbowgold.org or 208-350-6435. Directions will be provided to those who RSVP—Google and Apple maps may lead people down private roads. Those who are not able to attend are asked to consider marking a donation.

Camp Rainbow Gold, which offers summer camps for children with cancer, their siblings and families, hopes to be able to offer its property to other types of campers, such as those with diabetes, as the camp is built.


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