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Camp Mishewah

4422 Round Lake Road
Killaloe, Ontario, K0J 2A0
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Camp Mishewah  

4422 Round Lake Road, Killaloe, Ontario, K0J 2A0

  • Type:
    Overnight camp, Family programs
  • Focus:
    Traditional (multi activity)
  • Cost:
    $535 to $560/week
  • Ages:
    8 to 19
  • Gender:
    Coed
  • Main language:
    English
  • Capacity:
    Varies
  • Programs:
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  • Summary Profile

    About Camp Mishewah

    For 50 years, youth and families have been enjoying an amazing summer camping experience at Camp Mishewah. We offer youth camps for ages 8-19, family camps, campsite rentals, and seasonal camping. Activities include swimming, canoeing, sailing, crafts, archery, fishing, sports, campfires and more! Memories are made, friendships are formed, and lives are changed at Mishewah.

    • Special needs: Yes, mild support. A few of our campers have special needs.
    • Religious affiliation:Christian, Faith Based


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  • Programs, Rates & Dates

    Programs and Sessions Calendar

    Choose the right programs and sessions for your child; Camp Mishewah currently has 5 programs available.

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    Type/Gender
    Specialty
    Location
    Date
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    Overnight Camp
    Coed
    Ages: 1 - 18+
    Traditional (multi activity)
    $312 to $624
    Killaloe, ON
    4422 Round Lake Road
    Jul 02-08 $312 - $624
    Killaloe, ON
    4422 Round Lake Road
    Jul 09-15 $312 - $624
    Killaloe, ON
    4422 Round Lake Road
    Jul 16-22 $312 - $624
    Killaloe, ON
    4422 Round Lake Road
    Jul 23-29 $312 - $624
    Baseball/Softball|Basketball|Gaga|Volleyball|Hiking|Ping Pong|Board Sailing|Canoeing|Fishing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Sailing/Marine Skills|Swimming
    Overnight Camp
    Coed
    Ages: 8 - 11
    Traditional (multi activity)
    $562
    Baking/Decorating|Cooking|Arts & Crafts|Archery|Basketball|Gaga|Volleyball|Canoeing|Fishing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Sailing/Marine Skills|Swimming
    Overnight Camp
    Coed
    Ages: 8 - 14
    Traditional (multi activity)
    $562
    Baking/Decorating|Cooking|Arts & Crafts|Archery|Basketball|Gaga|Volleyball|Canoeing|Fishing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Sailing/Marine Skills|Swimming
    Overnight Camp
    Coed
    Ages: 15 - 18+
    Traditional (multi activity)
    $588
    Baking/Decorating|Cooking|Arts & Crafts|Archery|Basketball|Gaga|Volleyball|Canoeing|Fishing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Sailing/Marine Skills|Swimming
    Overnight Camp
    All Boys
    Ages: 19
    Travel
    $170
    Travel



    Financial Aid & Payment Details

    Discounts

    Discount for 2nd child $50
    Discount for 3rd child $50
    Discount for 4th child $50
  • Insider Reviews & Perspectives

    The Our Kids review of Camp Mishewah

    our take

    In so many ways, Camp Mishewah is everything a camp should be. It’s a traditional camp in the truest sense, set on Round Lake, with all the programming you’d expect, from canoeing to singing around the campfire. It also shares in a long tradition of Christian camp meetings and retreats, dating back to the 19th century. Camp Mishewah was established in 1972, with the first campers arriving the following year. Camp Mishewah is also one of the very first camps in Ontario to offer a family camp, something that’s more common now, but has been an option here since 1979. While campers perhaps don’t dwell on it, the traditions and the history grant a unique sense of place and contribute to an understanding that you are participating within a larger community, one that includes all those who have come before. The adult camps are a chance to extend the experience, and for alumni to stay involved in the camp. The setting is peaceful, bucolic, with all the mod cons necessary, while still retaining a traditional camp feel. Families are rightly drawn by all of that, as well they should be. The opportunity for participants, young and old, to grow in their faith within a shared community is also a draw.  



    Insider's Perspective: Parent

    • 00:42 - What’s unique about Camp Mishewah?
    • 01:23 - What would you highlight about it?
    • 02:28 - How did you know that this was the right fit?
    • 03:24 - Was there any personal growth you saw in your child?
    • 04:03 - How can parents overcome hesitancy to send their children away overnight?
    • 05:10 - What would you tell other parents about the overall value of sending kids here?
    • 06:03 - What does your child say?
    • 06:45 - Final thoughts
    • show more


    User reviews of Camp Mishewah  — Read all 17 reviews


    Home away from Home
    Marilyn Loucks (Camper)

    I love Mishewah because its my home away from home and I get to make new friends and have fun adventures

    Love the Community
    Rozalin Guiragosian (Camper)

    I love the community here, its different from the rest of the world

    Great memories!
    Josh, age 13 (Camper)

    I love Camp Mishewah because of all the great memories I had. They are some of the best memories I have ever had! My great-grandparents came, and then my grandparents came, and then my parents came, and now I come and it is always a great week. I love Mishewah ... Read More

    I love camp because...
    Kylie, age 11 (Camper)

    I love camp because the games are really fun, the food is amazing, and the staff are nice!

    I can truly be myself
    Camper (Camper)

    Camp is the one place that I can truly be myself. I’m free to be silly and weird and not worry about being judged. I can leave stresses of home behind and let loose. Camp Mishewah is one of my favourite places ever.

    I love it!
    Harper Jones (Camper)

    Every single year of my life so far I've went to Camp Mishewah. I love it. I have made some my best friends there. It has the best lake. I'd do anything to keep it going

    I loved Camp Mishewah because...
    Owen, age 13 (Camper)

    I loved Camp Mishewah because of just being with my group, sailing, playing volleyball, the night games and tuck! I will be back next year!

    Amazing people!
    Ruth Andres, age 14 (Camper)

    Camp Mishewah is special to me because of all the amazing people who work here...I also make awesome friends who I am still friends with. Camp Mishewah is my second home and I am looking forward to coming back next year!

    Fun Activities and Memories Made
    Jack, age 13 (Camper)

    I love Camp Mishewah because of all the fun activities and memories made. I like the detachment from technology so you can focus and do way more fun things!

    Never a Dull Moment!
    Cliff Loucks (Camper)

    Once again I had one of the best weeks of the year here! The campers and counselors quickly became great friends and there’s never a dull moment at Mishewah!

    Wouldn't want to be anywhere else!
    Ja'Dace (Camper)

    I love this camp because I was going through a really hard time, and then when I came here, I finally got what the word "home" meant. Now I have been coming here for 7 years and I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else

    I like Camp Mishewah because...
    Champion-Ella (Camper)

    I like Camp Mishewah because I got to make new friends and play great games and sports and the food was AMAZING!

    Special, Loved and Cared For
    Ellena (Camper)

    Everything about camp is so amazing, from skills to chapel to campfires to games. Mish is home away from home because of the counselors and program staff that make us feel special, loved, and cared for.

    Can't recommend enough!
    Tim Wharton (Camp alumni)

    This is a wonderful, welcoming place that always feels like home. The beautiful lake is a fantastic backdrop for your stay. Can't recommend enough.

    The best feeling from the best place!
    Raelee Vanasselt (Camp alumni)

    The super-strong family atmosphere gives everyone a chance to feel included and loved, and it’s the best feeling from the best place!

    The best feeling in the world!
    Dave Fretz (Camp alumni)

    Other than Christmas morning as a kid, driving in the laneway of Mishewah is the best feeling in the world!

    My Grandson loved it!
    Rose Marie Commanda (Parent)

    Corbyn my grandson loved it and can't wait for next year

  • Location & Site Details

    Address

    4422 Round Lake Road, Killaloe, Ontario, Canada

    Accommodations

    Sleeping Accommodations

    • Cabins

    Amenities

    • Electricity in Sleeping Area

    Washrooms Facilities

    • Flush Toilets
    • Showers (indoor)

    Are meals provided? Yes

    Is Camp Mishewah technology free? Yes During our Scamps & Champs (Ages 8-11) and Jr. Teen (Ages 12-14) weeks, we ask campers to leave electronics at home. Young people spend a lot of time on electronic devices and with the easy access to wireless technology, we are finding it increasingly more difficult to find a balance in allowing some electronics and not others. Camp is one of the few places throughout the year where kids and youth can truly “unplug” and we have made a decision to honour and recognize Camp Mishewah as a “screen free” space.



    Associations

    Christian Camping International Associations


  • What's New

    Director's Message

    Steve & Jeanette Balzer, Managing Directors & Youth Camp Directors

    We are Steve & Jeanette Balzer!  We have been involved at Camp Mishewah for many years, and we were very excited to step into the new role of Managing Directors in 2018.   

    Jeanette grew up attending Stayner Camp for Trail of the Pines and Family Camp, and was a camper during Mishewah's first summer in 1973 and for many years following.  She later worked as a counsellor, dishwasher, and cook at Mishewah.  Steve attended Camp Kakeka as a child, and also spent time as a counsellor at Mishewah.  

    The experiences we both had at camp had a life-changing impact on us and were significant learning and growing times in our lives.  We know first hand how Christian camp changes people because of the focus on faith in Jesus while in God's beautiful creation.

    We met while attending Emmanuel Bible College, and we have worked as a team in children's ministry throughout nearly 40 years of marriage.  We have four adult sons and two daughters-in-law, all of whom have attended and been involved at camp in various roles.  Mishewah has been a significant part of our family's life: one of our sons even proposed to his wife at Mishewah!  We also have two young granddaughters who LOVE to come to Camp Mishewah!

    We began directing camps in 2000, when we stepped into the role of directors for Trail of the Pines at Stayner Camp, a role we continued in for 12 years. In 2006, we began directing children's camp at Mishewah as well, and we directed at both camps for a number of years, eventually stepping away from T.O.P. to focus on Mishewah. 

    It has been an exciting journey stepping into the role of Managing Directors of Mishewah, and we are pleased to be able to continue directing the program for kids' camps as well.  There has been a lot to do and a lot to learn, but we are so excited for what the future holds for Camp Mishewah, and so thrilled to be a part of it!

    Along with Assistant Directors Chris & Sharon Jones and an enthusiastic Program Team, we have a passion to show the love of Jesus to campers throughout an exciting week of fun, learning and challenges.  Our staff and counsellors are always ready to engage with the campers to create a wonderful and memorable experience. Counsellors are trained to lead the campers in all activities as well as meaningful times of devotions together in small cabin groups. There are six to eight campers in each cabin with at least two counsellors giving leadership.  And at Sr. Teen week, program directors Jonathon & Heidi Sawatzky, along with a fantastic team of staff and counsellors, will aim to create a fun week that will also challenge campers.  There are lots of special skills and activities offered only during Sr. Teen, as well as workshops, chapel times, campfires, extreme wide-games, and loads of time to relax, recharge, and reconnect with God and friends before a new school year kicks off.  The absolute best way to end your summer! 

    Come join us for a week of fun, friendship, learning, and growth at Camp Mishewah as you Experience Jesus, Experience, Community, Experience Renewal, and Experience Creation.



    Stories

    • Can Summer Camp Actually Change Your Life?

      Camp is the only place on earth where it is socially acceptable to work for less than minimum wage but gain more spiritual maturity than your pastor; camp is the only place where your co-workers throw you into the lake, but you make the best friends you have ever had. All jokes aside, camp is a place of transformation.   

      Being at Camp Mishewah was always the highlight of my summer, but the summer I turned 15 brought something new; this time I was going to be the counsellor rather than the camper. Having just finished Grade 9, I walked boldly into the summer with the mindset that I could 100% take on the world—after all, hadn’t I just successfully transitioned into high school, made a solid group of friends, had two crushes, got my heart broken and been placed into a leadership role in my youth group? Clearly, I knew everything there was to know about being a mature and responsible leader and should be put in charge of 6 crazy 10-year-olds for a week! Shockingly, to me at least, I was not as prepared as I had thought.

      Oh yes, I was prepared to play the games with the girls, sing some campfire songs and go to chapel with them, but I was not prepared to be the literal hands and feet of Jesus. Unlike other camps that I have heard my friends talk about, Camp Mishewah was not only for Church Kids. In fact, many of the kids who came were actually sponsored by Family and Child Services (FACS), providing a fun week of camp for underprivileged children.  

      The Church Kids would arrive at camp with suitcases that looked like they were going on vacation for three months, filled with tons of pretty outfits, toys and candy. In contrast, the FACS Kids came to camp with very little in their hands, but with more emotional baggage than even an adult should have to carry. They came unloved, neglected and unsure about what camp would hold for them. But I knew… they came so that they could be shown Jesus’ love for the very first time. 

       I launched into my first week of camp with excitement and energy; it was the first summer I had been on staff, so the magical quality of being a camper the year before still lingered. Camp is such an awesome place, especially during your early teens, which is often a difficult time of transition between being an adult and a kid. It’s especially challenging as you begin to experience personal growth and start to feel older, yet your parents still see you as their young child—you feel like you’re in limbo. Camp is the perfect place to thrive in both worlds, drawing upon your youthful desire for fun and friends, while at the same time allowing you to step into your newly acquired maturity and growth.  

      As the young campers arrived on the first day, they automatically view you as older, responsible staff members who don’t have a trace of insecurity or awkwardness. They set a standard for you to be awesome, and you naturally want to meet it—no pressure put on by your parents. They want it, you provide it, and everyone wins. 

      The second week of camp is always harder with less sleep and less energy. Some of the excitement begins to wear off, as you have to do the same activities as the previous week and pretend to be just as pumped. However, it wasn’t the tiredness that posed the ultimate challenge for me, it was the comments that came from the some of the campers.  

      The true challenge came at dinner time when one of the girls exclaimed, “Wow, we get three whole meals here!?” or during cabin devotions when another girl answered the discussion question with, “I think my biggest fear is that when my Mom goes out for the day that she will never come back”. Those words absolutely broke my heart. I’ll be real with you—they weren’t even the worst that I heard over my summers at camp.  

      Throughout my time at camp, I realized that most of these kids had never heard of Jesus or the Bible before. As well, there were lots of behavioural issues and patterns that they had learned to get attention from their parents or teachers, even if it was negative attention. I had a big task on my hands and I knew that I needed serious help… and that came from Jesus.  

      Camp showed me how to depend on God in the day-to-day things. When you are placed with a group of campers so needy that it can seem impossible to get through a week with, you start depending on God for very mundane things like, “God, please help me to get them to shower today”. Though it sounds like silly prayers, they honestly become your desperate cries, and when you begin to pay attention, you can actually see God’s hand weaving through both the important and insignificant parts of your day.   

      During these tough times, being surrounded by a community of Christians who constantly pray for you and your cabin makes all the difference. Camp helped me to build proper rhythms in my life that allowed me to walk closely with Christ; it’s so nice being on a schedule that allows you to be productive, healthy and purposeful each new day.

      When I said camp was life-changing for me, I truly mean it with all of my heart. If you don’t have plans made this summer, I encourage you to go to camp… you might just change the world—or should I say, you’re world might just be changed.  

    • Celebrating 50 Years of Memory Making!

      Camp Mishewah is celebrating 50 years of Memory making, and hosted a Jubilee Party, June 30th to July 3rd, to start its season of festivities. Invitations were extended to everyone whose lives have been impacted by spending a slice of their time here. Over 250 people were in attendance.

      What is the secret of Camp Mishewah that draws the hearts of those who return as often as possible? Everyone has a different feeling; and each one expresses it differently. The “feels” of staff members, campers, family reunions, friend’s reunions, create remembrances of time onsite and measurements of personal growth, which renewed, refreshed and relaxed us.

      In preparation for its Celebration, Mishewah was looking its finest, with exceptional grooming and preparation by managing directors Steve and Jeanette Balzer, head cook Leisha Jennings, and their staff members.

      The Jubilee weekend was a pleasureful balance of special activities and opportunities to visit with Mishewah family and friends. Many conversations included the phrase “Remember the time?” and frequently ended with laughter. A personal favourite conversation of mine was an exclamation by Dave Fretz that “other than Christmas morning as a kid, driving in the laneway of Mishewah is the best feeling in the world”!

      Throughout the weekend special events included a lively campfire with audience participation and fantastic fireworks that “oohed and awed” our campers and cottagers around our bay.

      A community supper of Barbequed Pork was enjoyed by everyone on Saturday evening.  Carefully tended to by pit master Adam Langlois along with fantastic marinades and sauces that were developed by Leisha especially for this special meal, the fragrance was already starting to tantalize early in the morning! Following supper, an evening concert was enjoyed with well known Canadian Christian artist Jacob Moon

      The Jubilee committee, spearheaded by Aaron Balzer, started meeting on a monthly basis in the spring of 2021. Aaron’s vision of creating a Memory Cabin brought the History of Camp  Mishewah to life. So many conversations and highlights!  Set up by decades since the beginning of The Missionary Church Canada East District’s ownership of the camp in the 1970’s, there was an opportunity to recognize staff who have served throughout the years.  Many people sent in pictures and attendees loaned their photo albums for the weekend.  One table was dedicated to the historical stewardship of the land by the Anishinenabewaki and Algonquin Indigenous peoples. As well, an area was set up with memorabilia and documentation from the Middleton Family, who cleared the land and constructed some of the original buildings, and ran youth camps on site from 1955 to 1968.  A highlight was the visit by their Granddaughter, Cathy,  and her family.  It was fun to hear her stories and her impressions of the improvements.

      Many, many conversations spoke of the vision of Bill Smith and his hard work in securing the purchase of the camp.  Much of the site work was done by the Northern Churches, under his guidance. Many discussions described his hospitality and that of the Northern Churches, who welcomed everyone to their style of Family Camp.

      Written testimonies by Mary Ann Timlock and Jean Jewitt, talking of preparing the camps for the first Youth Camps is 1973, as well as a home video taken by the Jewitt family (discovered just weeks before the Jubilee), provided an appreciation for the work that was done, including hand-making mattresses and building “tabins”.

      Many visited the Memory cabin and soaked in the best parts of their lives. It was fun to see new generations being introduced to their family history – whether it was on staff, Family Camping or as Youth Campers.

      Mishewah’s final corporate Celebration tied all the good parts of the Jubilee Weekend together. Worship was led by Jacob Moon, finishing his set with “Goodness of God”. Considering the stanza of “All my life You have been faithful, all my life You have been so, so good” turned  our thoughts to how God’s faithfulness has been felt and known through the years at Camp Mishewah.

      EMCC President John Cressman, who credited God’s guidance to his spiritual formation through examples of leadership and memories of programs and Family Camps at Mishewah, recreated a Psalm that left listeners in tears, laughter, and nodding in collective agreement of his lifelong experiences at Mishewah.

      We look to our next Jubilee with excitement, knowing that a fourth generation of families will continue to be blessed by God’s presence and grow in personal knowledge of His Faithfulness and love. We look to Norah and Hannah Clayton (Bob and Carol Shantz), Ila and David Cressman (Gerald and Mary Anne Timlock), Alizee, Jasmine, Eloise, Elias and new baby Loback (Len and Joan Junop) who attended our Jubilee along with many other multiple generations who have supported and been blessed by our piece of Heaven on Round Lake, to care for it and love it, just as we have!

      As David, the Psalmist, and John Cressman reminded us:

      “Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good. His faithful love endures forever”

      ~ Suzanne "Rosie" Brocklebank

    • Home Away From Home

      What makes you, YOU? Certain things are better appreciated in hindsight. Looking back, it is remarkable how all the subtleties of our family upbringing, the friends we rubbed shoulders with, and even the places we visited, can facilitate the way we see the world and the character we establish.

      There is likely no single place that has had a greater impact on me than Camp Mishewah. A campground located on little Round Lake in Killaloe, Ontario (home of the Beaver Tail!), 30 minutes outside of Pembroke in the Ottawa Valley. A place I was first dragged to with my family in my childhood to spend a week camping in a cabin, enjoying the outdoors through activities like canoeing, sailing, and swimming.

      As years progressed, I eventually made the decision to return to Mishewah on my own accord to serve as a camp counselor and eventually summer staff team leader. Children and youth weeklong camp programming was typically run in the latter half of each summer. I spent the better portion of 6 consecutive summers at this camp, having the opportunity to love, encourage, and be challenged by the various campers and counselors as I did my part to foster leadership and assorted life skills in these groups. These turned out to be some of the most trying and rewarding years of my life and where I would accredit the development of my heart for serving others and the fortification of many of my personal values.

      Camp Mishewah is also where I met my wife Emily. Together we continue to visit Mishewah seasonally at a trailer we have there. This affords us the ability to continue to cherish memories of this place from our younger years while building new memories as we camp lakeside with our family and friends.

      With the sun shining hot now, we have been able to take some time to head up to our trailer for another season of outdoor antics and spiritual rest.

      ~ Ryan Wark

    • The Impact of Camp Mishewah

      Hi, my name’s Raelee Vanasselt, I’m 16, I’m from Kitchener and I’ve been a camper at Mishewah for 8 years now. 

      When I would hear about it during church every year, ever since I was like 5 I knew I wanted to go, at least try it out. That first year when I was 8 years old, I got on the bus and nearly cried when I saw my mom out the window, but any fear or regret disappeared when I got to camp. There was so much to do, so many great people on staff and counselling and it was just such an amazing space. After that first time I guess Steve and Jeanette just couldn’t get rid of me, so here I am talking to all of you now.

      Being at the kids camps was so much fun for me that I jumped at the chance to counsel. Last year was my first time counselling and it was one of the best experiences of my life. It wasn’t all easy but I learned so much and got a sense of how attached you can get to a few complete strangers, and how they can become like family during the week. This summer I came back to counsel again and if possible had an even better time that the first. I was reunited with a few friends from the year before and was able to make some really strong bonds and get to know more people on a much deeper level. My first week this year was great, I got to live with a cabin of 5 great young girls and a co-counsellor from Newfoundland, which was so much fun. Despite how great my first week was, my second was even better than that. With a group of older girls, I was able to ask and be asked a couple of really great questions. Nothing beats sitting at a picnic table with a 12 year old asking how Jesus could have been 100% God and 100% man. Unfortunately, 12 year old girls only ever tend to be quiet during cabin devotions, so you also learn to be creative. My number one highlight this year happened in devos though: on Thursday during the morning chapel, the speaker invited everyone to participate in a sort of repeat-after-me prayer asking Jesus into your life. During devos right after, I had given the girls a piece of paper to ask any questions, because I found just waiting for verbal questions didn’t go too well. I suggested that if they had said the prayer during chapel, they could write that down too, so I gave them a few minutes and then collected the papers and went off to get ready for the game that we were already late for. I didn’t actually get a chance to read what they had written until after lunch, but when I did I was at a complete loss for words. One after the other had some form of “I said the prayer” written on it. Each one of my 5 girls had made a commitment to follow Christ, and I had never experienced anything like the feeling I got. It made any struggle, late night of not sleeping or 3 am bathroom run absolutely worth it, to know that this camp is making such a difference in the lives of the kids who end up going. 

      Time spent up at Mish has been some of the most impactful while establishing my faith, and counselling was no different. These are just a few of the stories I have to share, and each counsellor that gives their time up there has different, personal and amazing stories of their own.  It’s such a special place up there and I’m really thankful for all of the staff and everyone that works or volunteers at Mish because they really are a big camp family. So thanks for letting be share a bit of my experience up at camp.

      ~ Raelee Vanasselt

       



    Frequently Asked Questions

    Does Camp Mishewah have good reviews?
    We interviewed families about their experience with Camp Mishewah. Watch the video here. You can also read 17 reviews of Camp Mishewah from past attendees.

    What types of programs does Camp Mishewah offer?
    Camp Mishewah runs: overnight camps. Programming specializes in: Traditional (multi activity) , Travel. Browse the program calendar for rates and dates.

    What age does Camp Mishewah start?
    Camp Mishewah has programs for children aged 8 to 19.

    How much does it cost to attend Camp Mishewah?
    Fees to attend Camp Mishewah range from $535 to $560/week.

    Does Camp Mishewah offer support for children with special needs?
    Camp Mishewah offers some mild support for children with special needs. Please contact the director to discuss your needs.

    Does Camp Mishewah offer busing?
    No, Camp Mishewah does not offer transportation.



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