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Lower Southampton Campers will host Sunshine Foundation Dream Children and their families at their End Of Summer Day Camp Pool Party and Celebration

As part of their salute to enjoying a great summer filled with fun events, activities and educational excursions, day campers enrolled in the Lower Southampton Township summer camp program will host seven Sunshine Foundation “Dream Children” and their families at a special end of camp pool party and celebration. The seven Dreamers, Kyle Foster, 17, of Warminster, PA, who has cerebral palsy, Errica Ayala, 15, of Bristol, PA, who suffers from a chromosome disorder and epilepsy, Ariel Miller,5, of Elkins Park, PA, who is epileptic, Aidalys Navarro, 12,  of Philadelphia, PA has down syndrome, Emmett Tolis, 10, of Jamison, PA who has autism, Liaranna Rios, 10, of Philadelphia, PA, who has cerebral palsy and Rakim Phillips, 5, of Philadelphia, PA  who has  spastic cerebral palsy will join with the campers for a special party celebration which includes a barbeque lunch with ice cream, swimming in the club’s beautiful outdoor pools, children’s games and activities.

Several hundred children, ages 3 to 15-years of age were enrolled in summer day camp programs run under the aegis of the Lower Southampton Township, PA Parks and Recreation department located at 1500 Desire Avenue in Feasterville, PA 19053. For additional information, call 215-357-7300, extension 340.

About The Sunshine Foundation

The Sunshine Foundation strives to bring joy to children who need it most and have granted more than 40,000 dreams since it began 43 years ago. The Sunshine Foundation is the nation’s original wish granting organization founded in 1976 by Philadelphia police officer Bill Sample. Bill was assigned to a local children’s hospital and wanted to assist the families of critically and terminally ill children. Sunshine Foundation’s sole purpose is to answer the dreams of chronically ill, seriously ill, physically challenged and abused children, ages 3 to 18, whose families are unable to fulfill their requests due to the financial strain the child’s illness may cause. For further information, contact Linda Staley, technology  volunteer manager, at 215-396-4770, extension 103 or visit the web at www.sunshinefoundation.org.