Forrest Lennard donates shirts to recognize volunteers

Looking dapper in the Forrest Lennard shirts are (from left) Camp Blue Skies Founder Dick Sesler, volunteer Weiman Yuan and Camp Director Jim Guimond.

Looking dapper in the Forrest Lennard shirts are (from left) Camp Blue Skies Founder Dick Sesler, volunteer Weiman Yuan and Camp Director Jim Guimond.

As a special thank you to volunteers in 2018, Forrest Lennard, a maker of luxury, casual shirts, donated white shirts customized with an embroidered Camp Blue Skies logo.

Forrest Lennard is owned by Woody and Adria Appleby, long-time support- ers and volunteers. Adria is the mother of camper Brandon Burrows. The Applebys wanted to honor the hard work and dedication of volunteers who make camp possible.

“These beautiful shirts are a great way to express gratitude to our volunteers and another way to spread the word about camp,” said Dick Sesler. “Volunteers in Georgia loved the shirts, and North Carolina volunteers shouldn’t worry, we have shirts for you, too.”

Forrest Lennard shirts are available at fine menswear retailers across the United States. The company is based in Davidson, NC. For more info: ForrestLennard.com.

Georgia Southern University students model the donated shirts from Forrest Lennard.

Georgia Southern University students model the donated shirts from Forrest Lennard.

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