Until recently, Gerald Miller operated Trophy & Shirt Works in Maquoketa. After closing his business, he had several boxes of merchandise left and decided to donate it to Camp Courageous. The T-shirts, sweatshirts, caps, and cozies are a wonderful donation camp greatly appreciates Gerald’s generosity.
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