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       ***2018 Update***
Expanding More Joy to More Children!!
 
Thank you to everyone who generously donated to our cause for the summers for 2012 through 2017. We have closed the fund-raising for 2016.  Please donate generaously to send a child to camp for 2018.
 
In addition to using funds to send a child to summer camp, separate donations went towards a number of very special events including "Randy Day." 
 
The first Randy Day was held on Randy's birthday, May 17th, 2013 in a garden outside of the hospital where he spent his career. Pediatric patients had a day of fun including games, ice cream, and even a dunk tank where they dunked their doctors and nurses into the water! 
 
We are thrilled to be expanding our vision to help more children have fun-filled, bright days. Randy brought joy to children every day of his life by making sick children feel like kids again, and we can't think of a better way to honor him by continuing to do just that. 
 
Thank you for your continued support, and check back for pictures of summer camp and  "Randy Day" at the Bristol Myers Squibb Childrens Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.
Randy, Corinne, Emily, Sarah ('RCES') last year on Mother's Day 2011
Randy, Corinne, Emily, Sarah ("RCES") last year on Mother's Day 2011
 
 
"My future will be bright as long as there are children in it."

Randy's high school yearbook quote, Livingston High School 1978
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Randy Siegel was a husband, father, physician, and to everyone who knew him, always a kid at heart.

Throughout his life Randy shared some of his happiest memories with those who knew him as being a camper and counsellor at Jefferson Lakes Day Camp in northern New Jersey. His wife Corinne says that if Randy was a place, it would be Jeff Lakes. He loved it so much that he worked there as a counselor on his wedding day and left early in the day to marry Corinne, a fellow Jeff Lakes alum! 

To keep Randy's spirit close at heart, we will be sending one camper each year to create their own lifelong memories at Jefferson Lakes Day Camp. In this way, Randy will continue giving fun, laughter, and sparkle to the lives of children for years to come. 

Read "About Randy" to learn more about Randy, his family, and our wish to continue his legacy by providing children with life-long memories at Jefferson Lakes Day Camp.
Randy with his girls, Emily and Sarah, on vacation in Hawaii 2008
Randy with his girls, Emily and Sarah, on vacation in Hawaii 2008
 
Randy with his sister Debbie and her two boys, Jack and Mattie
Randy with his sister Debbie and her two boys, Jack and Mattie