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On Saturday, August 17th, Seattle Party Camp sought to set the record for the World’s Largest Water Balloon Fight.  With close to 5,000 attendees, Seattle did not beat the current Guinness World Record but did raise $55,000 to benefit Camp Korey.

Located in Carnation, WA, their “mission is to honor the courage, strength, and determination of children living with serious and life-altering medical conditions and their families; and to provide them with a safe, friendly, medically sound environment in which to simply have fun and be kids”.

It was an incredible experience being part of this project to say the least. Our team is filled with driven individuals who still believe having fun and being yourself are the keys to success. Seattle came together for this one. Seeing the thousands of smiling faces for the 9 minutes of the water balloon fight was truly the most beautiful site I have ever seen. It reminded me that we are here for each other and that raising $55,000 for a worthy cause can be done over a few thousand water balloons!
Remember everything is possible.
Until next time,

The Party Camp Intern
Kelci Zile

If you’d like to learn more about Seattle Party Camp and help them reach their goal of $75,000 to send 35-40 children from Children’s Hospital to Camp Korey please see their Facebook page or donate by clicking here.

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“Keep Closed” by Luke  

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“Making It Official” by Bridgette S. 

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“Back in the Day” 

Image by JJ Clark & Edited by Jen Mo

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Image by Tracy 

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Performances by Brothers From Another and Luc & the Lovingtons.

Image by JJ Clark 

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People were dressed for the occasion and ready to take on their rivals.  Everyone was pumped!

“La Luchadora” by Scott Brown

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“Verified” by JJ Clark

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It all happened in a matter of seconds but it was well worth the wait!

“Fun, chaos and overall abundance of water” by Scott

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Instagramers Seattle and We Are Juxt would like to thank Seattle Party Camp for the opportunity and we hope you’ll have us next time around!

More images can be seen here.