Rotary Club of Hamilton’s summer literacy camp has come to an end, and the children that participated all had smiles and excitement on their faces. This was the 22nd year that literacy summer camp has taken place, and Rotary Club of Hamilton has sponsored it for 10,000 children since its inception. This is a free camp offered by Rotary Club of Hamilton, allowing all families within Hamilton the opportunity to send their child to a camp regardless of their financial situation. Rotary Club of Hamilton Director of Communications Adam Oldfield said, “We are thrilled to be able to offer this literacy camp for another year. The children always have a great time and we love being able to help them improve their literacy skills.” The Rotary Club of Hamilton wants to thank all the families that sent their children to the literacy camp and we look forward to seeing everyone again next year.
The Rotary Club of Hamilton President Kathi MacDonnell and project coordinator Rob Blunsdon continue to welcome children to the camp every year. The camp provides an opportunity for children to enjoy the outdoors, learn new skills, and make new friends. In the video, MacDonnell and Blunsdon explain how the camp helps to improve literacy rates among children in the community. They also discuss the importance of giving back to the community and making a difference in the lives of others. The Rotary Club of Hamilton is making a positive impact on the community, one child at a time.