In Bradford County-- campers are moving forward after a fire destroyed their dining hall over the weekend. While the state fire marshal continues to investigate, employees are working around the damage. Today, 250 NEW campers arrived at the Salvation Army's Camp Keystone, outside Keystone Heights. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell revisited the camp today, to show us how they're adjusting. 3 3 00-10 11-5051-1:011:33-1:42 LKL INTRO - 2523 What used to serve as a dining hall for Camp Keystone is now as you can see behind me roped off while the state fire marshals office investigates but staff say they will overcome this obstacle and they look forward to the rest of the summer.NATS - staff cheering and playing clapping games in temporary dining hall TRACK - By the attitudes these Salvation Army camp staff members have -- you would never know that a huge fire destroyed their biggest building -- their dining hall -- just a couple of days ago. Channel 4 was at the scene Saturday morning when firefighters worked tirelessly for over 8 hours -- putting out what Bradford County Emergency Management calls one of the biggest fires the county has seen in years. Campers and staff are now getting their food from this -- one of two Salvation Army disaster units that Camp Director Captain Marion Platt says they are grateful for.SOT - 19:40 "ALL OF OUR STAFF HERE ARE ABOUT THE MISSION OF SERVING THESE CHILDREN SO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM AS YOU CAN SEE BEHIND ME, THEY HAVE SMILES ON THEIR FACES, SO GREAT ENCOURAGEMENT.TRACK - Investigators still don't know the cause of the fire but hope to release a report within the next couple of weeks. Platt says of course they are saddened by the loss of their dining hall and had to make some quick adjustments -- but says with his hardworking staff -- the campers are in good hands.SOT - áá shortly after 2104 THEY HAVE REALLY EMBRACED THE MISSION OF THE SALVATION ARMY which IS TO MEET HUMAN NEEDS WITHOUT DISCRIMINATION IN JESUS NAME. EVERYONE OF THESE PEOPLE ARE PASSIONATE AND MOTIVEATED TO MAKE SURE THAT EVERY SINGLE CAMPER HAS THE WEEK OF THEIR LIFE HERE AT CAMP KEYSTONE.LKL TAG - 2624 If you would like to help Camp Keystone recover from this tragedy you can contact your local Salvation Army.Reporting from Bradford County, EC, Channel 4, TLS.