Last week, I stopped at Camp Manitoqua in Frankfort to take pictures of the campers getting rides in vintage vehicles from the Frankfort Car Club. I’ve been to the camp a few times in the past to write about the campers, always in early August when Camp Quality Illinois visits.
FRANKFORT, Ill. | Camp Quality Illinois is now taking applications for campers for the 2013 summer camp, scheduled for Aug. 4 to 10 in Frankfort, Ill. Applications are available online at www.campqualityusa.org/il.
LANSING | Camp Quality Illinois is now taking applications for campers for the 2013 summer camp, scheduled for Aug. 4-10 in Frankfort. Applications are available online at www.campqualityusa.org/il.
Kristen Munoz, of Carpentersville, and Jenna Rachowicz, of Lynwood, make crafts at Camp Quality in Frankfort, Ill.
The Frankfort Car Club members took Camp Quality campers for a spin last week. In front, from left, are Rayna Garcia, a camper from Woodridge, Ill., and a member of the Frankfort Car Club. In the back are Kevin Titsworth, a camper from Lansing, and Shannon English, Garcia's companion, from B…
FRANKFORT, Ill. | Last week, children from all over Illinois and Northwest Indiana attended Camp Quality at Camp Manitoqua in Frankfort.
Josh Crosby, of Lansing, releases a butterfly at the 2010 butterfly release by Camp Quality, an organization for children with cancer.
LANSING | The Lan-Oak Park District is sponsoring a free health and wellness fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the clock tower at Ridge and Grant Street in downtown Lansing.
Kisa Fulton, of Dolton, holds an alligator. With her is Jim Nesci, from Cold-Blooded Creatures, who put on a show for the youth at Camp Quality in early August.
Whitney Brummel, of Dyer, gets ready for a motorcycle ride while attending Camp Quality in Illinois, a camp for children with cancer. The program provides 24/7 volunteer medical staff to care for the children for the week.
Lily Aguilera, of Hammond, models her hat for Crazy Hat day at Camp Quality, a camp for children with cancer in Frankfort, Ill.
FRANKFORT, Ill. | Children who have a cancer diagnosis often have to sit out on activities due to their illness.
Lansing Lions Club President Les Bogs presents a check for $3,500 to Camp Quality Director Monica Lockton to send children with cancer to camp for a week.
LANSING | The Lansing Lions recently donated $3,500 to Camp Quality, a camp for children with cancer.
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