April 4, 2017 | Joey Pothe Location: Camp HeHoHa on Lake Isle Dates: July 27-30, 2017 Camp Freedom was founded in 2000 and they will be hosting their 18th annual camp this in 2017. Each year, they host between 24 and 28 campers with varying degrees of mobility impairment and learning disabilities. The camp is facilitated exclusively by 16 qualified volunteers including a Camp Director. Camp is a four day overnight camp for teens living with spina bifida. Camper’s age ranges from 12 to 18 years. The goal of Camp Freedom is to promote personal independence in a safe, social, and teen-focused atmosphere. It is held at the fully accessible Camp HeHoHa on Lake Isle, one hour west of Edmonton, AB. Camp Freedom is for teens, aged 12 to 18 years old, living with spina bifida. Camp holds a number of great adapted activities for campers such as: Swimming Crafts Basketball Dance Games Barge Ride Canoes and paddle boats Campfire Mini golf And more! Camp Freedom Registration is OPEN! Calling all teens aged 12 – 19 living with spina bifida in Western Canada. Camp Freedom is a four day overnight camp held out at Camp He Ho Ha (1 hour west of Edmonton) on Thursday, July 27th to Sunday, July 30th, 2017. Cost is $200 per camper if you register before May 1st. You can also order your camp hoodie for $40. There will be several different activities throughout the four days such as: swimming, basketball, canoeing, campfires, crafts, games, mini golf and a fun dance!!! Don’t miss out! Be sure to go to sbhana.org/register to register online and ensure a spot for your teen in this camp.