Special-needs camp kicks off

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Special-needs camp kicks off

Rachel Butler, a staff volunteer, and camper Travis Jeter are all giggles and grins at the Champions Special Ministries summer camp for kids and adults with disabilities Monday at The River Church in Durango. The camp has 16 “champers” so far, and 17 staff members and volunteers.
Ellis Anderson, 5, is one of 16 “champers” at a Champions Special Ministries summer camp for kids and adults with special needs. Ellis was participating in an Olympic game activity. The weeklong camp at The River Church in Durango, for people of all ages with disabilities, is still accepting campers.

Special-needs camp kicks off

Rachel Butler, a staff volunteer, and camper Travis Jeter are all giggles and grins at the Champions Special Ministries summer camp for kids and adults with disabilities Monday at The River Church in Durango. The camp has 16 “champers” so far, and 17 staff members and volunteers.
Ellis Anderson, 5, is one of 16 “champers” at a Champions Special Ministries summer camp for kids and adults with special needs. Ellis was participating in an Olympic game activity. The weeklong camp at The River Church in Durango, for people of all ages with disabilities, is still accepting campers.
For more Information

You can reach Champions Day Camp online by visiting http://championsspecialministries.org/ or Joy Larson, Champions Day Camp coordinator, by phone at 749-4336.

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