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Talbert House Plans to Make Camp Possible @ Home November 20

Posted on: October 29, 2020
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CINCINNATI – Enjoy a meal from the Phoenix and support Make Camp Possible in the comfort of your own home. Order a Campfire Kit to be picked up between 3-6 p.m. on November 20, 2020 from the Phoenix to experience a taste of camp with the whole family. Proceeds from this annual fundraiser benefit Camp Possible, a therapeutic-based summer program for children who struggle with behavioral health challenges.

Prepared by the Phoenix, the Campfire Kit includes spinach dip with salted pita chips, choice of one protein (chicken, steak or vegetarian), charred broccolini and roasted marble potatoes in garlic butter, s’mores nachos and bug juice along with cooking instructions to enjoy at home. The kit also provides trivia and a song list to complete your at-home adventure. Campfire Kit orders must be placed by November 12. To continue the adventure, look out for the Adventure Awaits Auction or enter the event’s Taste of Cincinnati Raffle for a chance to win gift cards to local favorites such as Trio, Embers, Taste of Belgium, LaRosa’s, Skyline, Dewey’s Pizza, Graeter’s Ice Cream and a gift basket from Oriental Wok. To order a Campfire Kit, enter the raffle, browse auction items or donate visit talberthouse.org.

Camp Possible is an individualized, therapeutic-based summer program for children ages 6-13 living with behavioral health challenges who need a safe, structured and stable environment when school is out of session. Campers attend for 8 weeks during their summer break and participate in traditional and non-traditional group therapy sessions. This year camp went virtual with campers participating in a variety of interactive activities including skill building, arts and crafts and physical movement.

Thanks to our generous sponsors and donors, campers attend Camp Possible at no cost. Sponsors include Fifth Third Bank, Mrs. Robert D. Stern, Myriad Neuroscience, Ohio Capital Impact Corporation, USI Insurance Services and many more. Hosts are Josh and Julie Arnold, Stacy Cole and Neil Fairweather, Scot and Jen Feldmeyer, Carter and Stephanie Gaither, Genoa Healthcare Telepsychiatry, Midwest Mechanical Systems and Dan and Corinne Phillips.

Talbert House would also like to thank the Make Camp Possible committee, co-chaired by Scot Feldmeyer and Kristin O’Brien. Other committee members include Katie Beard, Danielle Brindisi, Stacy Cole, Theresa Gastright, Rachel Hermanson, Jacob Hessling, Jeanne Karrick, Jay Kasting, Corinne McSwain Phillips, Daniel Phillips, Alan Piker, Ariana Sanders, Katelyn Smith and Chris Ventura.

Campfire Kit orders or donations can be placed by visiting talberthouse.org. The deadline to order is November 12. For sponsorship opportunities, contact Jenna Toon, Events Coordinator at (513) 751-7747.