Seven- to 12-year-olds describe Camp Horseshoe as awesome with tons of activities like swimming, creek, nature, hiking, sports, arts, library and more and "the best food ever!"
Four six-day sessions are full of purposeful activity from rise and shine until lights out in the evening. Homecooked meals served family-style are always a highlight everyday.
AmeriCorps member, Kelley Bunner, serving as a camp counselor, describes Horseshoe this way, "There are few places in this world kids can go to and experience such a loving learning environment. I'm here because I see lives changed - the impression kids get is they are safe here. I watch campers grow up. Some of these children say this is the best week of their summer."
During the week of July 14-20 attending Camp Horseshoe were, from left, front row: Willow Gardner-Moses, Kaylei McBride, Taylor Stokes and Amelisa Merson; middle row: Riley Merson, Aiden Burkhammer, America Merson and Alana Merson; back row: Orin Webb, Jesse King, Anthony Domingues and Caleb McBride. (Submitted photo)