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Trooper Island Charitable Cruise.

Saturday, April 20, 2024, 8:00 AM Central Time (US & Canada) (UTC-06:00)
National Corvette Museum
350 Corvette Drive
Bowling Green, KY  42101

Event Contact(s):
Terry Jordan
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If after registering, you cannot attend please cancel by calling Terry Jordan at 270-779-3031 so that we can let another CLBG member on the wait list attend.
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Event Details:

Join us for a relaxing scenic cruise to Trooper Island led by Matt in his Kentucky State Corvette Patrol Car. Once we reach Dale Hollow Lake we will be taken by boat to the island where the staff will provide lunch. Matt will take us on a guided tour and will explain the mission of the island. After our visit Matt will lead us back to Bowling Green by a different route.


Trooper Island is a non-profit charitable corporation. All construction and camping expenses are paid from tax-deductible contributions. No money is spent on administrative cost and No tax dollars are used; it is supported entirely by donations. Jonathan is inviting us as his guests. There is no charge for this event, But the CLBG board of directors suggests that everyone attending make a donation. We will be providing you with an envelope for the opportunity to make a good-will donation to Trooper Island before we head back home. If you wish, you can use this donation as a tax-deductible donation by making out a check to Trooper Island. We will collect the envelopes and present them as a group after lunch.

About Trooper Island

It is a free summer camp for underprivileged boys and girls, age 10-12, operated by the Kentucky State Police on Dale Hollow Lake in Clinton County. Each year the camp hosts approximately seven hundred children from all counties of Kentucky. Campers spend one week at the camp learning about citizenship, leadership, and personal hygiene. The children receive comprehensive oral health screenings in conjunction with oral hygiene education. They are provided healthy food, fresh air, recreation, guidance, and structured, esteem-building activities designed to build good citizenship and positive relationships with law enforcement officers.