KURT LANGMANN PHOTO Trent Sultz and the Loft Country Children’s Camp hosted their season-end open house Sunday afternoon at their farm on south 248 Street. Trent demonstrated his falconry and dog handling skills for the hundreds of young families that turned out for the free fun with pony rides, bouncy castles, waterslides, bumper cars and wagon rides, and more.

Family fun at Aldergrove’s Loft

Loft Children’s Camp hosts hundreds at open house Sunday

Trent Sultz and the Loft Country Children’s Camp hosted their season-end open house Sunday afternoon at their farm on south 248 Street.

Camp owner Trent Sultz demonstrated his falconry and dog handling skills for the hundreds of young families that turned out for the free fun with pony rides, bouncy castles, waterslides, bumper cars and wagon rides, and more.

See website for more: http://www.loftministries.org/index.html

 

KURT LANGMANN PHOTO Trent Sultz and the Loft Country Children’s Camp hosted their season-end open house Sunday afternoon at their farm on south 248 Street. Trent demonstrated his falconry and dog handling skills for the hundreds of young families that turned out for the free fun with pony rides, bouncy castles, waterslides, bumper cars and wagon rides, and more.

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