Amphitheater redone

Camp For All’s amphitheater and canoeing area were renovated to provide even greater access to campers with special needs.

July 26, 1990 was a monumental day for disabled persons when George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in law. One local non-profit particularly benefits from this decision 30 years later with an inclusive camp for children and adults with disabilities.

Camp For All CEO Pat Sorrells spoke with The Banner-Press to reflect on the law and how it affects people with different abilities. Sorrels interacts with many people who benefit from ADA and has seen first-hand the kind of positive change it makes in their lives.

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