Upper Alum Creates Summer Camp For Children With Diabetes
Upper Sandusky Alum, 19 year old-Corrie Knapp, created Camp Ohana for children with diabetes and their friends.
The Daily Chief-Union reports that, Knapp was diagnosed with diabetes when she was 11 year olds and attended many similar camps, yet she wanted to bring the experience closer to home.
Knapp created a 3-day summer camp for children in Kindergarten to 8th grade, from 9am-4pm, June 27th-29. This camp will be held at Camp Trinity in Upper Sandusky. Activities include diabetic training and discussions, cooking diabetic recipes, as well as traditional camp experiences such as games and horseback riding!
Campers can register the day of camp, the cost is $30 which includes lunch, snacks, and a T-Shirt. All campers are encouraged to bring a friend!