Camp Muffley

Participants at Camp Muffley bounce balls on a parachute before many events planned throughout the day during the Elks’ week-long camp for children with disabilities.

The Elks is holding a week-long camp for children with disabilities at Camp Muffley.

This camp started Sunday and runs through Saturday welcoming special individuals from ages 8 and up. There are various activities planned each day, which include sports, arts and crafts.

“Yesterday, we had a western theme,” said Taffy Hower, camp director. “We had the campers participate in rodeo games. They made western crafts, and to end the day, we had line dancing and bingo.”

With a fun-filled schedule, the campers are in for a wonderful week of events, which consist of having carnival games on Tuesday; big-time wrestlers on Wednesday; a talent show on Thursday; a fire truck with Santa Claus, Miss West Virginia (Whitney Veach), and West Virginia University’s Mountaineer mascot on Friday; and to end the camp, on Saturday, there will be a Counselor Dinner held for all participants.

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