CES receives $2,500 to fund camp

Jul 17, 2015 From staff reports

Community Entry Services has been awarded a $ 2,500 grant from the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation.

The donation will be used for the CES Summer Camp program at the Fremont County Youth Camp at Worthen Meadows.

Individuals with intellectual disabilities and traumatic brain injuries go camping above Sinks Canyon each August.

"They enjoy their time at camp, with a wide variety of opportunities from fishing to hiking to crafts," a press release stated. "Each year more CES clients want to go; generous contributions such as this allow that to happen."

Community Entry Services is a nonprofit organization serving Fremont, Teton, Sublette, and Natrona counties with supports to individuals with multiple disabilities. Founded in 1975, Community Entry Services has assisted thousands of adults and children with developmental disabilities or acquired brain injuries to increase vocational and life skills, promoting increased independence and self-sufficiency.

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