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Lions Club 14 J
Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Camp Orenda is a residential summer health camp for persons with disabilities. Accommodating 25-30 individuals with disabilities for each of it's 3 sessions, Camp Orenda offers a fun-filled week that challenges it's campers physically, emotionally and socially. It's a home away from home and a time that is treasured and anticipated throughout the year!
History of Organization
Camp Orenda was founded in 1968 by Dr. Mary McGruder as a health camp for underpriviledged children. Throughout the years, with great devotion by P.D.G. Lion Glenn Brant it has remained an integrated part of Indiana County as a health camp for people with disabilities. Many of our current campers are as old as the camp itself and would be more than happy to share their stories and memories with you.
United Way, A.B.A.T.E.
Indiana Lions Club and the Lions Clubs of District 14-J (clubs located in service area), United Way and Caring businesses and people like you!
Indiana, Cambria, Jefferson, Clearfield, Elk and Cameron Counties.
All camp-type activities are offered - arts and crafts, swimming, fishing, boating, games, etc.
Three sessions are offered for all age groups.
Arts and Crafts
summer camp sleepaway camp disability camp orenda
Fees/Cost for Services
$375 per session for each camper. Call Corey Lunchuck concerning sponsors.
Open to any person with physical/mental disabilities.
Must fill out Camper Application, including physical no more than 1 year old.
How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Email Executive Director Corey Lunchuck at: email@example.com sponsorship may be available
Assists counselors in entertaining campers. Play games, socialization, help out with activities/crafts. Camp Cook may also request help with dishes, etc.