Chance Presley, 19, enjoyed bubbles during the activity time at Barnabreak camp over the weekend. The activities centered around spring fun for all, and other camper favorites. Each camper is paired with a one-on-one counselor, staff up with a medical team, leadership and other volunteers to make the event a blast. Contributed photo
Camp Barnabas hosted Barnabreak camp over the weekend for 65 campers with special needs.
Camp Barnabas hosted Barnabreak camp over the weekend for 65 campers with special needs. The weekend may have been short, but it was jammed packed with fun. Brooke Willhoite, 8, ran in at camper arrival. Andrea Harp, director of marketing at Camp Barnabas, said the camp celebrates siblings of campers in its ministry as well. Brooke is a sibling camper. Her sister has a disability, and she got to come to Barnabreak along with her. Contributed photo
Camp Barnabas hosted a Barnabreak camp where it was was opened up for 65 campers with special needs for a weekend of fun. Kiera Snodgrass, 21, has been going to Camp Barnabas since 2008. Her parents Dennis and Denise Snodgrass, said Kiera has spent years trying to adapt and function in what people would think of as “normal” in their world, but when she goes to Camp Barnabas, it is her world and they get to step into her world. Contributed photo