Camp Quality Illinois
FRANKFORT, Ill. | Camp Manitoqua looks like your typical summer camp this week. Kids are diving into the pool, playing basketball and doing crafts. And for the most part, it is a typical summer camp. The big difference is the campers are a group of extraordinary kids who have one thing in co…
Kevin Titsworth, 17, of Lansing, attended Camp Quality Illinois for the fourth time this week. He is pictured with Pat Beilfuss, of Lansing, who is a retired school nurse from T.F. South High School and camp volunteer.
John Boss, 18, left, of Lansing, camp companion to 7-year-old Tristan Grace, of Lansing, works with him on a drawing during a workshop by Josh Elder, professional comic book creator and illustrator, Wednesday at Camp Quality Illinois.
Pediatric cancer patients enjoy their time at Camp Quality Illinois last year. The summer camp offers companionship and fun activities along with pediatric oncology doctors and nurses on site for the campers.
Camp Quality Illinois has provided camping experiences for children with cancer since 1995.
In Lansing we are fortunate to have many involved volunteers who do so much good for our community. One of the oldest and biggest volunteer groups in the village is the Lansing Lions Club. It’s a group so close to my heart. I know many of the members personally who care so deeply about helpi…
GRIFFITH | Camp Qualtiy Illinois was the featured nonprofit at a recent open house for Griffith Windustrial celebrating their new location at 213 W. Main St.
Pictured are Beverly Bonnema-Ream, Camp Quality companion coordinator, and Karie Bugucki, owner of Griffith Windustrial, at a recent open house for the Griffith-based wholesaler.
Lansing-based Camp Quality Illinois took 37 campers and their families on March 23 to the Allstate Arena in Rosemont to attend a Wolves game. The Wolves beat the Grand Rapids Griffins 6-2. Camp Quality provides support to children with cancer.
Strong friendships can be formed in many places. Some in childhood. Some in school. Some in the workplace. Some through church. Getting involved as a volunteer in a charitable or not-for-profit organization is an endeavor that can pay off in many ways, even if you are working for free.
LANSING | A group of 84 kids who have cancer were able to enjoy a week-long summer camp free of the worries of their illness this month at Camp Manitoqua in Frankfort, Ill.
Camp Quality camper Anna Bakotic gets a piggyback ride from companion Ashley Noreen at last year's Camp Quality in Frankfort, Ill.
FRANKFORT, Ill. | The 19th Camp Quality will take place Aug. 4 to 10 at Camp Manitoqua in Frankfort, Ill.
LANSING | The Lansing Lions Club recently donated $4,000 to Camp Quality Illinois towards their "Mission" to serve children with cancer and their families by providing year-round programs, experiences, and companionship, at no cost.
The Lansing Lions Club donated $4,000 to Camp Quality Illinois. Pictured from left are Lion Steve Mayerak, PDG Lion Ken Straka, Lion President Richard "Doc" Rucoba, Lion Phil Stewart, Lion Dale Zylstra, Camp Quality Fundraising Coordinator Monica Lockton, Lion Les Bogs
LANSING | The Lansing Lions Club recently donated $4,000 to Camp Quality Illinois, which serves Illinois and Northwest Indiana children with cancer by providing a one week camping experience, as well as, year-round programs to the children and their families at no cost.
LANSING | The Lansing Lions Club recently donated $4,000 to support the Camp Quality Illinois mission.
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