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Partying Camp Supporters Flirt With a $1 Million in Feel-Good Houston Night

More Than 600 Come Out to Help

BY // 02.04.20
photography Dave RossmanCo

What: Camp for All “Paint the Town” fundraiser

Where: The Revaire

PC Moment: The next best feel-good thing to going to camp is raising nearly $1 million to help send children and adults with special needs and challenging illnesses to camp. Just ask the partying throng of 600 that raised more than $920,000 in Houston for Camp for All.

Applause, applause for chairs Beth Clarke and Lesley Schick and underwriting chair Martha White. Congratulations to honorees Diann and Mike Lewter and the Marilyn and Louis Mogas family, longtime supporters of the camp that welcomes 11,000 campers each year to its 206-acre property, outside of Burton.

Guest speaker Anne Marie Buckle, diagnosed with autism and PANS (a brain swelling syndrome), shared her experiences and benefits from her six years attending Camp for All.

Adding to the richness of the evening were emcee Khambrel Marshall of KPRC Channel 2, buzzy graffiti artist DUAL painting on the site and Plush Party Band.

PC Seen: Buddy Clarke, Barrett Schick, Buzz White, Melinda and Matt Mogas, Vita and Drew Dougherty, Camp for All board chair Patrick Samuels, Kathleen and Lee Feller, Camp director Kurt Podesz, and Camp for All CEO Pat Sorrells.

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