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SpecialtySoft donates to youth camp.

KEY WEST, Fla. -- Jeff King, vice president of research and development for the framing software company SpecialtySoft Inc., made a donation to the Boggy Creek Gang during the World Sailfish Championships here.

Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Boggy Creek Gang, a Hole in the Wall Gang Camp. It is a permanent, year-round center where young people ages seven to 16 with life-threatening illnesses can attend at no charge to their families. The cost of staffing and operating the camp is covered by contributions from individuals and collaborating organizations. Founders of the organization include General H. Norman Schwarzkopf, Paul Newman and Ted Forstmann.

King presented SpecialtySoft's contribution to General Schwarzkopf, who was honorary chairman of The World Sailfish Championships.

For more information, visit www.specialtysoft.com.

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