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Robert Irvine's Holiday: Impossible Mission at City Kids Wilderness Project

Go on set of Robert's special holiday mission as he transforms City Kids Wilderness Project in Jackson Hole, Wyo.

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A Season for Giving

In what Robert called "our biggest project to date," he and his Restaurant: Impossible team, including designer Cheryl Torrenueva and construction manager Tom Bury, traveled to Jackson Hole, Wyo., to help City Kids Wilderness Project, a summer camp serving Washington, D.C., youth.

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More Money and Time, More Opportunities

Thanks to the generosity of Lexus, Robert and his crew had three days to complete their mission and a whopping $50,000 budget. The time and money would allow the team to not only overhaul the kitchen and provide new cooking gear, but also renovate the old equipment room and create a brand-new outdoor patio.

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Gear Check-In

Robert checked in with the campers to see how their trip gear, like sleeping bags and tents, was currently serving them, and it turns out that their gear had begun to fall apart over the years. In just a few days, Robert would ultimately reveal dozens of pieces of all-new equipment for the campers and staff to enjoy.

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Unprecedented Work

"It's never been done on our show," Tom explained of the scope of the transformation taking place at City Kids.

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