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Hidden Villa Camp has been saved! It provides a wonderful and fun summer experience for your kids!

Original post made by Mark and Kay Barchas on Mar 19, 2007

Last year there was a major struggle to save Hidden Villa Camps on Moody Road in Los Altos Hills. Across generations, those whose lives had been enriched by Hidden Villa came together and succeeded in raising sufficient funds to keep camp alive. We are writing to make sure people know that these camps have been saved so that they send their kids!
There are no other camps like Hidden Villa, with a history stretching back to 1945, occupying farm and trails, committed to social justice and multicultural community building, inclusive, warm, professionally run and providing kids with a truly a wonderful and fun summer experience.
One-week day camps for younger children and 12-day resident camps for older children are again available this summer. The programs for teenagers are amazing. We encourage people to consider sending their children and grandchildren to Hidden Villa for camp, as so many families have been doing for generations.
Hidden Villa's website has camp information and registration forms – go to Web Link. The camp phone number is (650) 949-8641. Take advantage of this incredible place that is so close by; let's keep it thriving.
Sincerely,
Kay and Mark Barchas

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