Summer camp has long been a great American tradition. Two of our clients host fantastic summer camps for kids, and both got some great media coverage recently.
For 103 years Boy Scouts have been sleeping under the stars at Camp Yawgoog, the second oldest Scout camp in the nation. At the beautiful 1,800-acre camp in Rockville, R.I. generations of boys have learned about leadership and the time-tested "Scout way", including respecting nature and their fellow Scouts while honoring God and their country. The Yawgoog story was featured on the front page of the
Providence Journal recently.
Camp Braveheart, run by our client Hope Hospice, is a place for kids and teens who have lost a loved one to come together and continue the process of grieving, and healing. The resilience of the kids is reflected in their stories, and is reaffirming and inspiring. You can see for yourself in these stories about Camp Braveheart from the
Cape Cod Times and
ABC6 in Providence.
These stories about the young people at Yawgoog and Camp Braveheart are both uplifting and hopeful in their own special ways - and we are proud to help tell them.