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   For Immediate Release: April 24, 2014

Former NFL Quarterback Jay Fiedler Donates Private Training Sessions for Canine Companions for Independence


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(Oceanside, NY) Former starting NFL Quarterback for the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets, Jay Fiedler has donated private training sessions to benefit Canine Companions for Independence. Jay Fiedler, Director of the Sports Academy at Brookwood Camps and his brother, Scott Fiedler, right, Brookwood Camps director, Oceanside, flank Board of Directors member Susan Winters, Massapequa Park, at a recent visit to the Canine Companions for Independence Medford, Long Island, New York facility. The puppies arrived recently from California to begin their service dog careers in loving foster homes until they are old enough to begin training. Photo, Brookwood Camps.

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Former starting NFL Quarterback for the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets, Jay Fiedler has donated private training sessions to benefit Canine Companions for Independence. Photo Credit: Canine Companions for Independence.

The Sports Academy is a new feature of Brookwood Camps, a comprehensive, traditional overnight camp with an emphasis on instruction in sports as one of our building blocks for learning. Brookwood Camps is ideally located on 160 acres in the Tri-state region of New York State’s Sullivan County. Brookwood’s unique setting provides a perfect environment for physical and mental growth. The camp overlooks the majestic Lake Lochada; a natural four mile spring fed lake and is close to the Delaware River. It is located near the town of Glen Spey, New York and it is approximately two hours from New York City. For more information please call: 516 -764-2112, 631-321-1703 or visit: www.brookwoodcamps.com.



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