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C.A.M.P. TJ receives check from Modern Woodmen

By Stacey Biggs

Representatives of T.J. Samson Community Hospital's Rehabilitation Department recently received a check from Anthony Myatt, owner of Modern Woodmen in Glasgow for C.A.M.P. TJ. C.A.M.P. (Children Always Making Progress) TJ serves campers ages 3-21 years with various diagnoses such as; spinal bifida, cerebral palsy, TBI, developmental delay, autism, torticollis, sensory processing disorder, seizure disorder and down syndrome. The camp is held one week during the summer and provides children with a fun, supportive, and therapeutic atmosphere that enables the therapists to help each child be successful outside of the therapy room.

Myatt stated that he was pleased to help C.A.M.P. TJ Kids with a matching donation of $2,007.87.


Myatt is a local financial advisor providing all types of financial planning. His company contributes over $28,000 annually to this community through Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial.

This story was posted on 2021-09-17 12:11:25
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C.A.M.P. TJ receives check from Modern Woodmen



2021-09-17 - Glasgow, KY - Photo courtesy TJ Regional Health.
Representatives of T.J. Samson Community Hospital's Rehabilitation Department recently received a check from Anthony Myatt, owner of Modern Woodmen in Glasgow for C.A.M.P. TJ.

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