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Camp Abilities Four Corners, a sports camp for blind and visually impaired youth, held in Northern Arizona. As these youth are typically not included in physical education at their schools, we would so greatly appreciate your organization giving us exposure to help locate student athletes for our next camp in June of 2024.
Student athletes will participate in various activities, including basketball, Blind Soccer, Taiko drumming, yoga, golf, wrestling and boxing at a gym, swimming lessons at a pool, and hiking around Flagstaff and at the Grand Canyon.
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Camp Abilities Four Corners
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Camp Abilities Four Corners
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Camp Abilities Four Corners: Sports, recreation and arts camp


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Camp Abilities Four Corners is a sports, recreation and arts camp for blind and visually impaired (VI) youth held in Northern Arizona.  We provide opportunities for VI youth to enjoy recreational activities and sports, which they are often excluded from at school. We are excited to report that we are busy planning our next camp, scheduled for June 10 through June 15, 2024. 

Our Camp is based at the Cameron Trading Post. Student athletes will participate in various activities, including basketball, Blind Soccer, Taiko drumming, yoga, golf, wrestling and boxing at a gym, swimming lessons at a pool, and hiking around Flagstaff and at the Grand Canyon. Student athletes also get a chance to socialize and make friends and meet other young people with a similar condition. Check out our Facebook page or our website at https://campabilitiesfourcorners.org for fabulous photos from our 2023 Camp. 

If you know of a young person between the ages of 9-17 who is interested in attending, please go to our website and click on the Student Registration tab. Scroll down a bit and look for and fill out the “interest form” and email it to campabilitiesfourcorners@gmail.com. Registration is open until May 1, 2024.  We so appreciate your help in reaching as many blind/VI young people as possible. Thank you! 

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