Supporters of Pfeifer Camp gathered in the camp's dining hall on April 8 while outside steaks sizzled on several grills watched over by the Coleman Cooking Team. The dinner was in appreciation of donors and supporters of the camp located on 80 acres just outside of Little Rock.
Among those attending the grills were several members of the Carolynn and Buddy Coleman family, also supporters of the camp. Guests enjoyed a buffet set up on the long front porch of the rustic dining hall and enjoyed their meal in the inside where lighted fireplaces at each end kept out the chill of the unseasonable weather.
The camp was established in 1929 by the Kiwanis of Little Rock with the help of money donated by the late Preston Pfeifer. The camp's official name is Joseph Pfeifer Kiwanis Camp and was named in honor of Preston's father. The camp's programs for the young include the Alternative Classroom Experience for third- through fifth-graders and summer camps for underprivileged and at-risk youth.Gallery: Pfeifer Camp dinner
High Profile on 04/15/2018
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