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RedwoodAreaCamp.[com/org] Privacy Statement

First things first

Your privacy is important to us. We know that it is what all these kinds of notices say, but we really mean it. You have placed your trust in us by using RedwoodAreaCamp.[com/org] (also known as RAC) services and we value that trust. That means we are committed to protecting and safeguarding any personal data that you give us. We act in our customers’ interests and are transparent about the processing of your personal data.

This document describes how we use and process your personal data, hopefully, provided in a readable and transparent manner so you can understand where we are coming from without dying of boredom. As an added bonus, it also tells you how to contact us if you have questions about your personal data, which we are more than happy to answer. You should also check out our Cookie Statement at the end of this document, which tells you how RAC makes use of cookies and other similar technologies. For a better understanding of what we mean by “Trip,” “Trip Provider,” “Trip Service,” and “Trip Reservation,” please read the RAC Terms and Conditions.

If you have ever used our services before, you know that RAC offers information that is good for campers to know. We collect information from you, our campers, so we can better serve you and better promote our services to you so you know when you want to spend time with us. This Privacy Statement applies to any kind of information we collect through these platforms or other means connected to this website (like emailing our Customer Service team, for example). This point of view should make reading all of this a lot simpler.

We might amend the Privacy Statement from time to time. If you care about your privacy, visit this page regularly to know exactly where you stand. If we make changes to the Privacy Statement which will have an impact on you (e.g. if we intend to process your personal data for other purposes than communicated in the past in this Privacy Statement), we’ll notify you of these changes before the new activities begin. This is not likely to happen any time soon.

The hard truth: If you disagree with this Privacy Statement, you should discontinue using our services. If you agree with our Privacy Statement, then you are all set to add your information to our database, give suggestions, and be a part of the family. Let the good times roll!

What kind of personal information does RAC collect?

The purpose of collecting information on this site is to generate a database of contact information. Why are we collecting this information? We are trying to build a database to send updates on what we are doing at camp, reminders of important dates, and the great ideas we are mulling around that you can help us achieve. This is pretty basic stuff – your name, preferred contact details, and the names of anybody you can think of that might want to be part of our family. We do not collect money on this web site but we are hoping to do so in the future so you can make payments to your registration or you can donate to a particular project. In addition to this, we may also collect information from your computer, phone, tablet, or other devices you are using to access our services. This can include the IP address, the browser you’re using, and your language settings. There are also situations when we receive information about you from others or automatically collect other information. However, currently, we do not save or store this information permanently nor do we see any need to in the future but that might change as the design of our web site changes. This is a basic overview of the information we collect, but if you’d like to know more specifics keep reading, we go into a lot more detail below.

Why does RAC collect and use your personal data?

The main reason we ask you for personal details is a very good one – it’s to allow us to reach out to you at your current contact info, and to some of the previous campers who may have stayed with you while at Redwood and we have no other way to reach them. There are other uses, too – if you’d like to find out what they are, keep reading for a more detailed explanation.

What in the world do you mean by previous campers who stayed with us?

Let’s say Harry and Sally are a couple and they have Lisa and Joey as children. Harry is usually the one that registers, so the camp database has all of Harry’s contact information. Harry lists Sally, Lisa and Joey as staying at his camp. Lisa’s friend Melissa also is coming, so Melissa is listed. Now time passes. Years. Harry has passed away. There was a memorial that was well attended because he was so loved. Eventually Sally marries Tom. Sally was the one most familiar with the whole registration process, so she does it. Now there is a new record, with Sally as the main camper with Tom, Lisa and Joey staying with her. Surprise – Joey has a girlfriend and she wants to come to camp because she heard it’s fun.

Time passes. Sally and Tom have moved away and we have no contact info. We would like to reach out to Joe. Lisa, Joey, and Melissa. Their names are on the list, however we have no correct contact information. So we have blogs, website updates, letters, maybe phone calls, local listed churches, etc. We reach out for anyone that may know these people, and are asking them to log into our database and put in the pertinent info. Then we will send out a letter of invitation reminding them how fun the camp was when they were young, and an application, along with perhaps a coupon.

How does RAC share your data with third parties?

We do not share the data with anyone. Why should we? We work hard to gather it. We don’t share or sell it.

How does RAC use social media?

The use of social media services may be integrated with the RAC services in various ways, which can involve us collecting some of your personal data or the social media provider receiving some of your information.

What security and retention procedures does RAC put in place to safeguard your personal data?

We adhere to appropriate and adequate procedures to prevent unauthorized access to, and the misuse of personal data that we process.

How does RAC treat personal data about children?

The information put in the database is voluntarily put in by site visitors or from RAC Registration Forms. We do not have anyone and will not bring anyone on the team that has any child-related or adult-related crimes.

How can you control the personal data you’ve given to RAC?

You always have the right to review the personal information we keep about you. You can request an overview of your personal data by emailing us at the email address below. We also collect and save several pieces of data that tell us exactly how you want us to use this data.

Who’s responsible for the processing of personal data on the RAC website and apps?

The team and specifically those on the database team are voted in by the Redwood Area Camp Executive Committee. It was created by the Constituency Committee on July 26, 2019 under the direction and oversight of the Northern Conference of Seventh-day Adventist President, Assistant to the President, Executive Secretary to the President, and Conference Treasurer. Any changes are ratified by the Executive Committee.

What kind of personal data does RAC collect?

Ok, so you’re looking for some more specifics. Here is an in-depth view of the information we collect.

Personal data you give to us.

RAC collects and uses information that you provide us. When you update the database for contacts, you are (as a minimum) asked for your name and email address, mailing address, phone, and church membership. When we start making reservations (or checking up on them) Depending on the Trip Reservation, we might also ask for your home address, telephone number, payment information, date of birth, the names of any guests traveling with you, and any preferences (e.g. mobility or medical restrictions) you have for your Trip.

If you need to get in touch with our customer service team, or reach out to us through other means (e.g. using social media or the registration system), we may collect information from you there, too. Guests can also be asked to provide a review to help ensure future guests get exactly what they’re looking for. We’ll collect information from you included in your reviews, like your display name and avatar (eventually) if you choose one.
Personal data you give us about others.

Of course, as mentioned above, you might not just be making a database update for yourself. You might be doing it for other guests whose details you provide. However, now we should point out that it’s your responsibility to ensure the person or people you’ve provided personal information about are aware that you’ve done so, and have accepted how RAC uses their information (as described in this useful privacy statement).

Personal data we collect automatically.

Even if you don’t end up making a database update or reserve a site or eventually contribute to some need financially, you have just visited one of our websites or apps, we automatically collect certain information. This can include your IP address, the date and time you accessed our services, the hardware, software or internet browser you used and information about your computer’s operating system, like application versions and your language settings. We may also collect information about clicks and which pages were shown to you.

If you’re using a mobile device, we might also collect data that identifies your mobile device, device-specific settings and characteristics, location details, app crashes, and other system activity. When you make a reservation, our system registers through which means and from which websites you made your reservation or entered the RAC websites and/or apps.
That is just basic information that EVERYONE and their brother collects. If they say they don’t, they are likely lying.

Personal data we receive from other sources.

It’s not just the things you tell us, though – we might also receive information about you from other sources. These include original databases we have, current database files, whatever has been turned in already from you, etc. Another example is how we integrate communication services into our platforms to let you connect with a booking Trip Provider about your stay. When we do, we receive metadata about communication activities (e.g. where you called, who you are, the date and length of the call, etc.). We might also receive information about you to deliver you more relevant advertisements, like additional cookie data made available to RAC by social media partners. Read under Why does RAC collect and use your personal data? for more information. When you link your RAC user account to your social media account, personal data might be shared with RAC by that social media provider, but only when you the social media provider that you do not mind them doing so. You always have the choice of how you set your settings with them.

Trip Providers might share information about you with RAC too – this might happen if you have support questions about your pending reservation when disputes arise about a Trip Reservation (though naturally, we don’t like it when that happens).

Why does RAC collect and use your personal data?

We use the information collected about you for various purposes. Your personal data may be used in the following ways:

  1. Contact letters, updates, and reservation application forms.
  2. Camp Reservations: First and foremost, we use your personal data to complete and administer your online Reservation, which is pretty central to what we do as a camp! This includes sending you communications related to your Trip Reservation like confirmations, modifications, and reminders.
  3. Marketing activities: We use your information for marketing activities. These activities include using your contact information to send you news about local happenings. You can unsubscribe from email marketing communications quickly, easily, and at any time – just click the “Unsubscribe” link included in each newsletter or other communication.
  4. Communicating with you: There may be other times when we get in touch with you, including by email, mail, phone, or text message – which method we choose depends on the contact information you previously shared with us. We also process the communications you send to us. There could be a number of reasons for this, including
    1. Responding to and handling any requests you or your booked reservation agent may have made on your behalf. RAC also offers guests discounts.
    2. If you haven’t finalized a Reservation online, we can contact you with a reminder to continue with your reservation. We believe that this additional service benefits you as it allows you to carry on with a reservation without having to search for to fill in your reservation details again.
    3. When you use our services, we might send you a questionnaire or invite you to provide a review about your experience with RAC.
    4. We might also send you other materials related to your reservations, like how to contact RAC if you need assistance while you’re away, and information that we feel could be useful to you in planning your trip or getting the best out of your stay. We might also send you material related to upcoming reservations or a summary of previous reservations you made through RAC.
    5. Even if you don’t have an upcoming reservation, we might need to send you other administrative messages, which can include security alerts.
  5. Market research: We sometimes ask our customers to take part in market research. When you are invited to participate, review the information provided to better understand what personal data is collected and how it is used.
  6. Improving our services: We also use personal data for analytical purposes. This is part of our mission to improve our services and enhance the user experience, but can also be used for testing purposes, troubleshooting, and improving the functionality and quality of our online reservation services. The main goal here is to optimize and customize our online platform to your needs, making our site easier and more enjoyable to use. We strive to only use pseudonymized data for these analytical purposes.
  7. Guest reviews and other destination-related information: During and after the Trip you book through us, you might be invited to submit a review. We can also enable guests that are traveling with you or on whose behalf you have booked to provide a review. This request asks for information about the RAC website or the destination. Account-holders can choose to either display a review with a screen name instead of their real name (which can be chosen in the user account facility) or else choose to display a review anonymously. Adding an avatar may someday also be possible. By completing a guest review, you are agreeing that it can be displayed in the newsletters, the relevant RAC information page on our websites, or our social media accounts. This is to inform other travelers about the quality of the camping service you used, and any other experiences you choose to share.
  8. Call monitoring: When you make calls to our Customer Service Team, RAC we may use a telephone number detection system to connect your telephone number to your existing reservations – this can help save time for both you and our customer support staff. Our customer service staff still might ask for authentication, which ensures your reservation details are kept confidential. During calls with our customer service team, live listening might be conducted, or calls might be recorded for quality control and training purposes, which includes the usage of the recordings for the handling of claims and fraud detection purposes. Not all calls are recorded, recordings are kept for a limited amount of time, then automatically deleted later on, unless RAC has a legitimate interest to keep these recordings for a longer period, including for fraud investigation and legal purposes.
  9. Promotion of a safe and trustworthy service: In order to create a trustworthy environment for you, and your fellow campers, we might use personal data for the detection and prevention of fraud and other illegal or unwanted activities. Similarly, we might use personal data for risk assessment and security purposes, including the authentication of users and reservations. For such purposes, we might have to stop certain reservations or put reservations on hold until we’ve finished our assessment.
  10. Legal purposes: Finally, in certain cases, we might need to use your information to handle and resolve legal disputes, regulatory investigations, and compliance, to enforce the terms of use of the RAC online reservation service, or to comply with lawful requests from law enforcement.

Providing your personal data to RAC is voluntary. However, depending on the type of service you want to use, we might only be able to provide you with this service if certain personal data is collected. For instance, we cannot process your Reservation if we don’t collect your name and contact details.

If we use automated means to process personal data that produces legal effects or significantly affects you, we will implement suitable measures to safeguard your rights and freedoms, including the right to obtain human intervention.

 

To process your personal data as described above, we rely on the following legal bases:

In view of purpose A and B, RAC relies on the legal basis that the processing of the personal data is necessary for the performance of a contract, specifically to finalize and administer your Reservation. If the required personal data is not provided, RAC cannot finalize the Reservation, nor can we provide customer service. In view of purposes C to K, RAC relies on its legitimate commercial business interest to provide its services, to prevent fraud, and to improve its services. When using personal data to serve RAC’s or a third party’s legitimate interest, RAC will always balance your rights and interests in the protection of your personal data against our rights and interests or those of the third party. An example of a legitimate Third Party is our primary partner, the Northern California Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (NCC). For purpose L, RAC also relies where applicable on compliance with legal obligations (such as lawful law enforcement requests). Where needed under applicable law, RAC will obtain your consent prior to processing your personal data for direct marketing purposes.

If you want to object to the processing set out under C to K and no opt-out mechanism is available to you directly (e.g. in your account settings) to the extent applicable, feel free to contact redwoodareacamp.director@gmail.com or redwood@nccsda.com.

How does RAC share your data with third parties?

In certain circumstances, we may in the future share your personal data with third parties.

  1. Third-party service providers: We use service providers, which are not part of the RAC, to support us in providing the RAC services. These service providers may provide support services like
    • customer support;
    • market research;
    • fraud detection and prevention services, including anti-fraud screening service;
    • payment services. We may use third parties to process payments, handle chargebacks, or provide billing collection services. When a chargeback is requested for your Reservation by either you or the holder of the credit card used to make your reservation, we need to share certain reservation details with the payment service provider and the relevant financial institution to handle the chargeback. This could also include a copy of your reservation confirmation or the IP address used to make your reservation. We might share information with relevant financial institutions if we consider it strictly necessary for fraud detection and prevention purposes.
  2. Competent Authorities: We disclose personal data to law enforcement in so far as it is required by law or is strictly necessary for the prevention, detection or prosecution of criminal acts and fraud or if we’re otherwise legally obliged to do so. We may need to further disclose personal data to competent authorities to protect and defend our rights or properties, or the rights and properties of our business partners or other campers.

The transmission of personal data as described in this Privacy Statement may include overseas transfers of personal data to countries whose data protection laws are not as comprehensive as the laws in the United States. Where required by law, we shall only transfer personal data to recipients offering an adequate level of data protection. In these situations, as may be required, we make contractual arrangements to ensure that your personal data is still protected in line with US standards. You can ask us to see a copy of these contractual agreements using the contact details below. However, overseas transmissions are not likely and rarely done.

How does RAC process communications that you may send through RAC?

RAC offers you various means to communicate about the Trip, donations,RAC and Reservations, directing the communications through RAC. This allows you to contact RAC with questions about your reservation.

RAC accesses communications and may use automated systems to review, scan, and analyze communications for security purposes; fraud prevention; compliance with legal and regulatory requirements; investigations of potential misconduct; product development and improvement; research; customer engagement, including to provide you with information and offers that we believe may be of interest to you; and customer or technical support. We reserve the right to block the delivery of or review communications that we, in our sole discretion, believe may contain malicious content, spam, or may pose a risk to you, accommodation partners, RAC, or others. Note, all communications sent or received using RAC communication tools will be received and stored by RAC.

How does RAC use social media?

Here at RAC, we use social media in different ways. We use it partly to facilitate the use of online reservation services, but also to promote our camping-related services, as well as to advertise, improve, and facilitate our own services. You can choose not to use our social media features.

 

  1. Login with your social media account. We may in the future offer you the opportunity to sign into a RAC user account with your social media account, which saves you from having to remember different user names and passwords for different online services. After you’ve signed in once, you’ll always be able to use your social media account to sign in to your RAC account. You can decouple these accounts from each other anytime.
  2. Integration of social media plugins: We also will be using integrated social media plugins into the RAC website and apps. This means that when you click on one of the buttons (such as Facebook’s “Like” button) certain information is shared with these social media providers. If you’re logged in to your social media account at the same time, your social media provider may relate this information to your social media account and possibly present your actions on your social media profile to be shared with others in your network.
  3. Other social media services and features. We may integrate other social media services (like social media messaging) to interact with RAC or with your contacts about our services. We may maintain social media accounts and offer apps on several social media sites. Whenever you connect with RAC through social media, your social media service provider may allow you to share information with RAC. If you choose to share, you will generally be told by your social media provider which information will be shared. For example, when you log in to a RAC user account with your social media account, certain information (as authorized by you to your social media provider) may be shared with RAC. This might include your email address, age, or profile pictures saved in your user account.
When you register with a RAC social media messaging service without having a RAC user account, the information you choose to share with us may include the basic information available in your social media profile (including your email address, status updates, and a list of your contacts). We’ll use this information to help provide you with the service you requested – for example, to forward a message you want to send to your contacts or to create a personalized user experience in the app itself or on our websites. It means that, if you want us to, we can customize our services to fit your needs, connecting you and your friends with the best travel experience and analyzing and enhancing our travel-related services. Your social media provider will be able to tell you more about how they use and process your data whenever you connect with RAC through them, for instance by combining personal data they collect when you use RAC through them with the information they collect when you use other online platforms linked with your social media provider.

What security and retention procedures does RAC put in place to safeguard your personal data?

We observe reasonable procedures to prevent unauthorized access to, and the misuse of, personal data.

We use appropriate business systems and procedures to protect and safeguard the personal data you give us. We also use security procedures and technical and physical restrictions for accessing and using the personal data on our servers. Only authorized personnel are permitted to access personal data in the course of their work.

We will retain your personal data for as long as we deem it necessary to enable you to use our services, to provide our services to you (including maintaining the online user account (if created), to comply with applicable laws, to resolve disputes with any parties, and otherwise as necessary to allow us to conduct our business, including to detect and prevent fraud or other illegal activities. All personal data we retain will be subject to this Privacy Statement.

How does RAC treat personal data about children?

The services offered by RAC are not directed at children under 16 years old. For children younger than 16 years old, the use of any of our services is only allowed with the valid consent of a parent or a guardian. In limited cases as part of a reservation, purchase of other travel-related services, or in exceptional other circumstances (such as features addressed to families), RAC may collect and use the information of children only as provided by the parent or guardian or with their consent. If we become aware that we process information of a child under 16 years old without the valid consent of a parent or guardian, we reserve the right to delete it.

How can you control the personal data you’ve given to RAC?

We want you to be in control of how your personal data is used by us. You can do this in the following ways:

  1. You can ask us for a copy of the personal data we hold about you;
  2. You can inform us of any changes to your personal data, or you can ask us to correct any of the personal data we hold about you, though you may be able to make such changes yourself as explained below;
  3. In certain situations, you can ask us to erase, block, or restrict the processing of the personal data we hold about you or object to particular ways in which we are using your personal data; and
  4. In certain situations, you can also ask us to send the personal data you’ve given us to a third party.

Where we use your personal data on the basis of your consent, you are entitled to withdraw that consent at any time subject to applicable law. Moreover, where we process your personal data based on legitimate interest or the public interest, you have the right to object at any time to that use of your personal data subject to applicable law.

We rely on you to ensure that your personal data is complete, accurate, and current. Please inform us of any changes to or inaccuracies of your personal data by contacting us immediately.

If you have an online user account, you can access some of your personal data through our website/apps. Our website/apps generally present you with the option to add, update, or remove information we have about you.
If any personal data we have about you is not accessible through our website/apps, you can send us your request at no cost. For any of your requests in regards to this Privacy Statement and to exercise any of your rights or if you have a complaint, you can contact our Data Protection Officer at redwoodareacamp.director@gmail.com. You can also contact your local data protection authority.

If you want to object to the processing of your personal data on the basis of legitimate interest and no opt-out mechanism is available to you directly, you can contact us at redwood@nccsda.com.

Who is responsible for the processing of personal data on RAC and how to contact us?

The Redwood Area Camp Communication Committee controls the processing of personal data as described in this Privacy Statement. We are a private campground operating under the auspices of the Northern California Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

If you have any questions about this Privacy Statement or our processing of your personal data, contact our data protection officer at redwoodareacamp.director@gmail.com and we’ll get right back to you. For questions about your reservation, contact our customer service team through redwood@nccsda.com.

Cookie Statement

Whenever you use our online services, including our applications, cookies, and other tracking technologies can be used in various ways, like making the RAC website work, to analyze traffic, or for promotional purposes. These technologies are either used by us directly or by our business sponsors, including third-party service providers and advertisers we work with. If you want to learn more about what a cookie is, how they’re used, and what your choices are, you can read more here.

 

What is a cookie?
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What’s a cookie?

A cookie is a small amount of data that is placed in the browser of your computer or on your mobile device. So-called “first-party cookies” (not as much fun as they sound) are cookies served by the entity operating the domain through which the cookie is served. RAC’s own cookies are therefore “first-party cookies.” In case we allow others to service cookies through the RAC websites and apps, these cookies are so-called “third-party cookies.”

In addition, there is a difference between session cookies and permanent cookies. Session cookies only exist until you close your browser. Permanent cookies have a longer lifespan and aren’t automatically deleted when you close your browser. We strive to serve cookies or allow the serving of cookies with a maximum lifespan of 5 years. Only in exceptional circumstances, like for security purposes and where absolutely necessary, will a cookie have a longer lifespan than that.

In addition, other tracking technologies are used which are similar to cookies. These can include web beacons (also known as pixel tags, web bugs, or gifs), tracking URLs, or software development kits (SDKs). A web beacon is a tiny graphic image of just one pixel that can be delivered to your computer as part of a web page request in an app, in an advertisement, or in an HTML email message. Pixels can be used to retrieve info from your device, like your device type or operating system, IP address, and time of visit. They’re also used to serve and read cookies in your browser. Tracking URLs are used to understand from what referring website the RAC websites or apps are used. SDKs are small pieces of code included in apps that function like cookies and web beacons.

All these technologies together are referred to in this Cookie Statement as “cookies.”

How are cookies used?

Cookies are used for different purposes. They allow you to be recognized as the same user across the different pages of a website, between websites, or when you use an app. The types of info that we may collect through cookies can include IP address; device ID; viewed pages; browser type; browsing info; operating system; internet service provider; timestamp; whether you have responded to a promotional post; the referring URL; and features used or activities engaged in within the website/apps.

Our website and apps use cookies for different purposes:

Technical Cookies: We try to give our visitors an advanced, user-friendly website and apps that adapt automatically to their needs and wishes. To achieve this we may use technical cookies to show you our website, to make the post or pages function correctly, to create your user account, to sign you in, and to manage your communications with us. These technical cookies are absolutely necessary for our website to function properly.

Functional Cookies: We also use functional cookies to remember your preferences and help you use our website and apps efficiently and effectively. If you’re using the RAC websites or apps to search for a campsite, for example, these cookies can remember your preferred site, previous searches, and your previously viewed pages. We might also use cookies to remember your registration info so that you don’t have to retype your login credentials each time you visit our site. Passwords will, however, always be encrypted. These functional cookies aren’t strictly necessary for the functioning of our website or apps, but they add functionality and enhance your RAC experience.

Analytics Cookies: We use these cookies to gain insight into how our visitors use the RAC web and follow our posts. This means we can find out what works and what doesn’t, optimize and improve our websites or apps, understand the effectiveness of our promotions and communications, and ensure we continue to be interesting and relevant. The data we gather can include which web pages you’ve viewed, which referring/exit pages you’ve entered and left from, which platform type you’ve used, which emails you’ve opened and acted upon, and date and time stamp info.

It also means we can use details about how you interacted with the site, like the number of clicks you make on a given page, your mouse movements and scrolling activity, the search words you use, and the text you enter into various fields. We use analytics cookies as part of our online promotional campaigns to learn how users interact with our website or apps after they’ve been shown an online promotion. Analytics cookies may also be used to enable our business partners to learn if their customers use accommodation offers integrated into their booking services.

Commercial Cookies: We currently will not display advertisements in general. We will not have any personalized ad space. The only ads we will place in pages are in promotional posts or spaces that are for our partners. All users to that page or post will see that ad. These ads may use third-party cookies to display personalized information and may redirect you to other web pages. This is called “retargeting,” and it’s based on browsing activities like the destinations you’ve been searching for, the accommodations you’ve viewed, and the prices you’ve been shown.

What are your choices?

To learn more about cookies and how to manage or delete them, just visit allaboutcookies.org and the help section of your browser. In the settings for browsers like Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox or Chrome, you can set which cookies to accept and which to reject. Where you find these settings depends on your browser – use the “Help” function in your browser to locate the settings you need.

If you decide not to accept certain technical and/or functional cookies, you might not be able to use some functions on our website. We currently don’t support “Do Not Track” browser settings. In case a common standard has been developed that defines what exactly will be meant by “Do Not Track” browser signals, we’ll review Cookie Statement again.

Analytics: In order to control the collection of data for analytical purposes through Google Analytics from certain browser types, visit the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on (for desktop only).

If you have any questions, suggestions, or comments about this Cookie Statement, send an email to redwoodareacamp.director@gmail.com. Our Cookie Statement may also be amended from time to time – so visit this page regularly to stay up to date.

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