League of Dreams Visits Camp Inclusion

The League of Dreams kicked off the summer with a visit to Camp Inclusion on June 30. To beat the heat, a baseball clinic was held inside and was facilitated with the help of the Glenelg Boosters baseball team participants and former Baltimore Oriole Mike Bordick.

​Camp Inclusion is a summer day camp for any student with or without a cognitive, social, or physical disability. At Camp Inclusion, campers participate in many group games and sports such as soccer, kickball, and handball. Campers also participate in art & crafts activities such as tie-dye and painting, as well as developmentally appropriate board games. Games are age-appropriate and adapted for all needs. Camp Inclusion is run primarily by high school and college-age students with a desire to study special education. This creates an unmatched social environment that allows students to be themselves and create bonds between other campers and counselors while in a safe, structured environment.



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