Original Source: WJLA & ABC7 News Channel 8
6/17/2016 — Roasting s’mores over an open campfire, tracing the stars in the sky, forming the bonds of friendship that last a lifetime – these are summer camp memories that every kid should experience – but not all do. For fifty years, Family Matters of Greater Washington has worked to change that reality; to offer a home away from home to vulnerable and at-risk D.C. children. That home is Camp Moss Hollow, located in Markham, Virginia, 70 miles west of Washington, DC on more than 400 acres of beautiful woods nestled in the foothills of the Shenandoah Valley. This year marks the 50th anniversary of Camp Moss Hollow and joining us today to tell us more about this iconic camp is former Washington Post columnist Bob Levey and Maria and Vincent Johnson.