This year we served over 220 children and adults with disabilities. Our days were filled with swimming, fishing, horseback riding, hot air balloon rides, archery and bowling. If we weren’t dancing the night away, you’d find us singing songs, spinning tall stories and making s’mores around the campfires. Time flew by so quickly; it seemed we just arrived and it was time to go home. Our good-byes were filled with hugs and high-fives, and promises to meet again next summer.
We replaced 60+ year old equipment and outdated systems in our Kitchen/Dining Hall this spring. The remodel included a new fire suppression system, exhaust system, fire wall, and new appliances including convection ovens, range, griddle and four door freezer. Alpine Fire and Safety of Burlington, WA completed the demolition, new construction and, installation work. Funding was made possible by the generosity of many individual donors and Lions Clubs from Northwest Washington and Southern British Columbia. Utilizing funding from grants, we also replaced a washer and dryer and expanded our program activities through the purchase of new recreation equipment. A new riding lawnmower was purchased through the generosity of a private donor.
Our deepest thanks to everyone who opened hearts and checkbooks to make this all possible.
2018 Camp Sessions
Dates for the 2018 sessions will be announced in mid-December and open enrollment begins on January 5, 2018. Beginning in January, you will have the option of completing the Camper Application online. If you would like to receive an email announcement next month that will include a link to the new application, please submit your email address to email@example.com.