Helping save sensory camp
Local woman recognized with state citation of merit
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Raise $27,000 in just a few months.That’s a daunting task for anyone to undertake, but for a group of local moms, it was worth all the efforts.
In 2012, April Sutherland, a nurse in the Camas School District and mother to a special needs child, found out that the Vancouver-Clark Parks and Recreation summer sensory program would be shut down due to a $1.2 million budget reduction.
Her son, who has autism, had attended the camp for several summers, and looked forward to it every year.
For more information, visit www.savesensorycamp.brownpapertickets.com.