Watch the stars of Victory Lane Camp shine on stage as Victory Lane Camp hosts a fundraising event for the whole family to enjoy on Saturday, November 4, at 7 pm. The night will be filled with talent acts from our very own Victory Kids and will be at the First Baptist Family Life Center (709 S. Memorial Drive, New Castle, IN).
Everyone is invited to our cast party to follow. Take your opportunity to congratulate the stars and enjoy some ice cream with them. Admission is free, and limited festival seating is available. Spots can be reserved at www.victorylanecamp.org/stars.php or by calling Tiffanny at 765-591-4191
Featured acts include:
Joe Hewitt- Joe is the son of Ryan Hewitt and Amy Smith. Joe attended his first camp session at Cornerstone Campground in 2014. He loves wowing people with magic, and will share a magic act during the VLC Talent Night.
Rebecca Johnson- Rebecca is the daughter Kaj and Cyndi Johnson and the family attended camp this past summer. Rebecca has been practicing her hula hoop routine and will share her performance on November 4.
AJ Wise is a long-time active member of the VLC community, attending camp for the first time in 2015. AJ and his parents Jimmy and Taby Wise attended the camp session at Bradford Woods this summer, where they each went on the zip line. AJ will sing with his dad during his performance at the Talent Night.
Ruby Ingram will also present a song performance. Ruby and her mom Crystal Ingram enjoyed camp at Cornerstone Campground this summer, along with several other VLC Community events.
Caden Upchurch is one of the “original Victory Kids,” and is known throughout the community for his smile and sense of humor. He’ll be sharing a comedy act at Talent Night. Caden is the son of David and Dara Upchurch.
Alex Carey will present his own brand of comedy. Alex and his parents Greg and Christine attend most all VLC community events and have attended two camp sessions.
Throughout the evening, the audience will also hear from other members of the Victory Lane Camp community about the growth of the organization. Victory Lane Camp is centered around families who have children with disabilities, and is more than a camp. Connections between people from all backgrounds and abilities continue throughout the year with planned events and impromptu gatherings.
“We want to share how lives are being changed and how our community is growing,” noted Brett Fischer, VLC Founder. “This is a great opportunity to get to know some of the families in our VLC community and learn how to support the future growth of VLC with time and financial resources.”
Everyone is invited to the cast party following the program. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the performers and their families.
Don’t miss a chance to see the stars of VLC! Reserve your seat now at www.VictoryLaneCamp.org/stars.php.