Hahnville Lions Club seeking applicants for free special needs summer camp
The Louisiana Lions Camp is located North of Leesville and will open Sunday, June 2.
There will be a one-week session for youth with pulmonary disorders, two one-week sessions for the mild mentally challenged ages 8-19, two one-week sessions for youth with diabetes ages 6-14 and two one-week sessions for visual, hearing and orthopedically impaired youth ages 7-19.
There is no cost to the parents for the campers’ stay. All requests for summer camp are handled by local Lions’ Clubs and each applicant requires Lion sponsorship.
To apply for the summer camp, contact Hahnville Lions Club representative Charles Wilson at (985) 783-2045.
Prospective campers may also visit the camp’s website at www.lionscamp.org.
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