28 July, 2018
11:00
El Dorado Park West, 2800 N Studebaker Rd, Long Beach, CA 90815

Join us:


Are you a former camper and/or volunteer at NCCJ/CCEJ Building Bridges Camp from 1985 – 2018?

Join CCEJ at our upcoming reunion for our camp alumni on Saturday, July 28, 2018 at El Dorado Park West in Long Beach, 11am – 1pm.

Click here to sign up for the event and become part of the Building Bridges Network.

As a BBN member, you will:

  • build life-long relationships with past program participants;
  • be part of a community of committed advocates for justice;
  • get access to personal and professional development opportunities;
  • help sustain the program by recruiting new campers and volunteers.

For questions about the reunion, please call 562-435-8184 or email alumni@cacej.org.

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