Join us at Sunset Point Camp to celebrate the beginning of a new season and to enjoy our newly-renovated facility, now providing a fun-filled camp experience for more children than ever before.
Saturday, June 14, 2014
TRADITIONAL NEW ENGLAND CLAMBAKE
Sunset Point Camp
2 Tenth Street Hull, MA
KINDLY REPLY BY JUNE 3, 2014
Tickets are sold out. Thank you for your support!
Deirdre and Dave Anderson | Anne and Mark Babka | Joanne and Robert Barbary | Heather and Matt Bastardi | Karen and Kevin Breen
Kate and John Brigham | Beth Chambers | Vicki and John Dromey | Lorraine and Michael Earle | Deirdre and Mark Fabbro
Michelle and Pat Glennon | Kathy and Clark Ingoldsby | Yvette and Jon Kanter | Maureen and John Lalumiere | Margaret M. Lyle
Mary McCarthy | Margaret and Jim Mellon | Liza and Tom O’Reilly | Maryann and Andy Shafter | Francine and Paul Townsend
A whole week to just be a kid
Recently renovated to modernize the facility for its next hundred years, Catholic Charities’ Sunset Point Camp has provided a dream vacation in Hull for low-income, at-risk children from Greater Boston for more than 90 years. Campers enjoyb swimming, kayaking, paddle boats, arts and crafts, and other activities such as ice cream socials and treasure night that focus on just being a kid.
This summer, Sunset Point Camp will welcome physically disabled campers for the first time, thanks to new handicap accessibility. Additionally, academic tutoring will be available to accommodate students who require further schooling during summer months.
Many campers live with the harsh realities of poverty, violence, homelessness, and a host of other challenges. The opportunity to spend a week at summer camp provides the chance to relax and enjoy a vacation free from the worries of everyday life.