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Camp Able Celebrates 40th Anniversary With Fiesta

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Posted: Monday, March 11, 2019 5:03 pm

On Saturday, March 23 Camp Able will host an exciting Fiesta in celebration for 40 years of serving the community at El Roy’s Tequila Bar + Kitchen at the Ferry Landing, 1201 First Street. This will be a more casual event than past fundraisers, and will include passed appetizers, a taco bar, and lots of opportunities for mixing and mingling. Drinks, including beer, wine, sangria, and margaritas are included. The event will feature casino games in the latter part of the evening. Proceeds from the evening allow Camp Able to offer sliding scale payment options, as well as full “camperships” for their participants.

A live auction at the event will feature a variety of exclusive offerings. These include a two-night stay at the Phoenician Resort Scottsdale, an overnight at the Omni Downtown San Diego, a week in Lake Tahoe, and an exclusive Padres game experience.

Tickets for the fiesta are $60 per person. Reserved tables can be purchased for $100 per person. Auction items are still being sought for the event; if your company is interested in donation or sponsorship opportunities please contact To purchase tickets, visit:

You can also search Camp Able at Coronado on social media to find updates and learn more details.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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