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Camp POSTCARD goes to the Maine Sheriffs' Association Annual Conference

The Sheriffs are so supportive of Camp, it's a pleasure to work with them.

from L-R (name/county): Kevin Joyce - Cumberland; Joel Merry - Sagadahoc; Dale Lancaster - Somerset; Darrell Crandall Aroostook; Scott Kane - Hancock; Wayne Gallant - Oxford; William King - York; Barry Curtis - Washington; Ken Mason - Kennebec; Todd Brackett - Lincoln; Scott Nichols - Franklin

ROCKPORT — The Maine Sheriffs' Association held its annual conference March 29 and 30 at the Samoset Resort in Rockport with 120 law enforcement officers representing 16 counties attending the two-day event, along with representation from the National Sheriffs' Association and Maine Commission.

The motto for the conference was "One Team, One Mission."

The conference incorporated a full schedule of trainings and time to connect with the 42 exhibitors representing the latest technology in firearms, mobile communications, uniforms, cruisers, security, and Camp POSTCARD!

The Sheriffs have been so supportive of Camp over the years and all of them said they can't wait to come back this year.

The Sheriffs play a unique role at Camp, coming for Cabin Inspection day and making a point to visit campers from their counties.

We can hardly believe this is our 24th year of Camp. Everyone is thrilled to be planning our 25th Anniversary for 2018. For more information about Camp, see our website pages here