On Saturday, April 26, CES employees had their annual company picnic at Camp Thunderbird. Any money raised was donated to benefit Quest and the residents of camp thunderbird were invited to join in on the festivities of the picnic. There were many activities for the employees, their families, and the residents of Camp Thunderbird to take part in: Face Painting, canoeing, a bounce house, birthday celebrations, a caricature artist, a balloon guy, a DJ, and plenty of food.
A little about Camp Thunderbird:
Quest's Camp Thunderbird is dedicated to providing recreational programs for children and adults.
This is their chance to learn new skills and focus on the remarkable things they can do, while making new friends and unforgettable memories.
Because of the physical and behavioral challenges associated with Down syndrome, autism, Cerebral Palsy and other developmental disabilities, the opportunities for these individuals to relax, socialize and have fun are often very limited. Quest's Camp Thunderbird’s six and 12-day overnight sessions gives parents and guardians a break from the demands of 24-hour caregiving. For many families, this respite is their first chance to relax, spend time with friends, or even take a vacation knowing that their loved one is receiving quality care and attention.
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