Summer Camp for EHS Employees’ Children
Summer camps can be an unforgettable and wonderful experience for children of all ages. In fact, summer camps can help improve social skills, increase knowledge of the world and themselves and instill positive values and good citizenship.
EHS employees organized through the employee engagement committee to raise funds throughout the month of May to send four children from our staff to the AIM team camp located at 257 County Road 2190, Cleveland.
The AIM team camp which is part of the Liberty Church Outreach Services was opened to K-12th and was held in three-day sessions for each age range in June and July.
The AIM camp seeks to make children the best version of themselves, to overcome their fears and insecurities and realize the purpose that God has for them.
During their stay, the children had the opportunity to participate in initiatives and elements of the rope course in a safe and positive team environment. Some of the activities children enjoyed included: swimming, archery, volleyball, basketball, zip line, rope courses, crafts, gaga ball, fishing, canoeing and crafts.
Participants also learn about leadership and how to be a good role model for younger children.