ESA Indiana gives Camp Riley campers an experience of a lifetime

Martinsville, Indiana’s Camp Riley has a very special appreciation for the Indiana Epsilon Sigma Alpha chapter. Camp Riley is a summer camp that offers outdoor opportunities to children and teens with physical disabilities. For the third year in a row, the Indiana chapter has sponsored Camp Riley campers to have the opportunity of the lifetime by traveling to Denver to become certified scuba divers. ESA member and past Indiana ESA President, Deena Personett, said in an interview with the Riley Children’s Foundation, “This opportunity would be an amazing accomplishment for anyone. However, when you see young people who have challenges with normal daily tasks due to their physical limitations accomplish this milestone it is nothing short of inspiring.”

(Left) Campers climbing "Cardiac Hill" at Camp Riley. (Right) Camp Riley campers Lesley Marsh and Catie Cox were told by ESA's Deena Parsonett that they were chose for the first scuba certification trip in 2011.

If you would like to read more about Camp Riley and the interview with Deena Personett, please visit the Riley Children’s Foundation’s blog.  


Posted: 2/19/2014 12:12:00 PM by Charlotte Carloni | with 0 comments
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