sleepaway camp

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sleepaway camp

(ˈsliːpəˌweɪ)
n
a camp providing facilities for teenagers to sleep away from home
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Angela Baker, Founder and President of VIPSEEN, Inc.; Mr.
The Calendar Girls' story began in 1998 when Tricia's close friend Angela Baker lost her husband John to Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma.
This years Trailblazers are Angela Baker, assurance manager, HoganTaylor, Tulsa; Lacey Barger, shareholder, Barnes Welsh & Perry, Lawton; Brett Carnes, assurance senior manager, RSM US, Oklahoma City; Raychel Clark, audit senior, Peters & Chandler, Oklahoma City; Kristen Elder, internal audit manager, Loves Travel Stops & Country Stores, Oklahoma City; Austin S.
Bailey Co-Owner and Executive Vice President GCC Technologies LLC Mary Angela Baker Director of the Center for Extended and Lifelong Learning Salisbury University Jennifer C.
Alan was given birthday breath fresheners by his wife, Angela Baker got a sewing machine for Christmas, a Sat Nav for Valentine's Day and a power drill for her birthday in the same year.
The Jack Harper Family Revocable Trust, led by Heath and Brooke Harper, bought the house from Darrell and Angela Baker.
GREAT BRITISH MENU BBC2, 7pm The final sees the remaining chefs at London's historic Drapers' Hall, tasked to serve up a menu of dishes to mark the centenary of the Women's Institute, serving the ladies, their current chair Janice Langely, Angela Baker who helped inspire the Calendar Girls initiative, and many other guests.
Special guest judge and real-life WI "calendar girl" Angela Baker will be joining the panel this week to give her verdict on some of the potential dishes in the running for the celebratory banquet at London's historic Drapers Hall.
WI members were also responsible for the first nude charity calendar when Tricia Stewart, Angela Baker, Beryl Bamforth, Lynda Logan, Chris Clancy and Ros Fawcett from Rylstone Women's Institute shed their clothes to help raise money for a sofa at the local hospital, after Baker's husband John was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
The hoax news is traced to news satire Web site Empire News which came out with a satire article written by Angela Baker that the president's eldest daughter is with a child.
"We've all had the most fantastic time and we've done what we set out to do, which was to raise money for the charity in John's memory," the Mirror quoted Angela Baker, whose husband was the inspiration for their saucy photoshoot, as saying.