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Recreation? it's as important for everyone, regardless of ability level, but for individuals with disabilities it can be very difficult to find high-quality, affordable accessible recreation. To fill this need, Pine Tree Camp has begun offering Accessible Recreation Opportunities for adults with physical disabilities and their family and friends. We invite you to join us!

Pine Tree Camp, one of the many programs of the Pine Tree Society, has been offering a traditional summer camp experience to people with disabilities since 1945. Our Accessible Recreation Opportunities will be offered in the fall, winter and spring, during the camp's off-season.

Scheduled Accessible Recreation Opportunities at Pine Tree Camp:

There's nothing like spring fishing in Maine. We invite you to experience the magic with us. We will fish on North Pond as well as travel to another spot where the fishing is great.

When: Fri., May 21 to Sun., May 23, 2004

Price: $125 per person, includes food, activities and lodging

For: Adults with physical disabilities. Please see eligibility requirements for more information. We always encourage participants to bring a spouse, family member, friend or personal care attendant.

Enjoy all the comforts of home in our modern, 2,500 square foot cabin overlooking beautiful North Pond. The cabin boasts six bedrooms, two large, fully-accessible bathrooms with roll-in showers, a spacious full kitchen and living area and a 20' x 20' deck with automatic sliding glass doors. Best of all, the cabin provides easy access to all that the 250

acre camp has to offer including about a mile of accessible nature trails with more to be added in the future.

To register or for more information, please contact us at (207) 443-3341.

Additional information is also available on our Web site, http://www.pinetreesociety.org/cabin_cal.html

Erin Tucker Rice

Marketing and Communications Director

Pine Tree Society - Caring for Maine people since 1936

(207) 443.3341, ext. 117


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