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Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times

Admin on April 24, 2017

When finding a fresh solution to dispel dirt, dust and insects meant having to look no further than skyward, the Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times staff finds a circa-1989 Mars air curtain still working hard in their retiring dining center. While the 26-year old unit continued to perform in the facility transitioning into a new culinary teaching center, Mars was happy to donate two new units. In doing so, the Mars contribution joined with built-environment leaders such as James Hardie Building Products, HunterDouglas and Dupont™ Corian® to give life to a 14,000 square foot complex with the mission of creating the family dining table for campers.

Now with a new dining hall, unveiled in 2015, Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times in Southern California can significantly enhance the camp experience for youth struggling with cancer and their families and the two donated Mars air curtains can assume their role as guard over their foodservice delivery doors with the ongoing responsibility for restricting the entry of exterior air and particulate matter so the foodservice areas remain clean and workers stay comfortable.