Camp Massawippi celebrates a successful pandemic-adapted season

Camp Massawippi celebrates a successful pandemic-adapted season
Valerie Shea, Camp Counsellor, Clea Corman, Executive Director, and Ericka Faucher, Camp Manager (Photo : Arianna Myers)

By Arianna Myers
Special to The Record

Camp Massawippi, a 19-acre special needs camp that hugs the shore of Lake Massawippi in the charming village of Ayer’s Cliff, has been specializing in offering services to children and adults with physical, motor, hearing, or visual disabilities for over 70 years now.
Each summer, Camp Massawippi provides bilingual services, comfortable dormitory-style cabins, healthy and balanced dietician-approved meals, as well as a wide range of nautical, sports, artistic, and cultural activities that encourage campers from all over Quebec to develop independence, self-esteem, and to pursue new interests.
After being unexpectedly cancelled last summer due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Camp Massawippi made its much-anticipated return this year with a pandemic-adapted summer camp.
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