Camp Barnabas aims to provide each child with camp memories. Founded 25 years ago by Paul and Cyndy Teas, Camp Barnabas hosted a meet the Teas Founders Day Event where campers met with the people who created the camp for people with special needs and chronic illness. Summer staff members Jack Sadler and Taylor Weber gave camper Wilby Hogue a huge welcome on July 28. Contributed photo
Camp Barnabas aims to provide each child with camp memories.
Candy and Paul Teas came back to Camp Barnabas on July 28 to experience the Founders Day Event with campers who attend the camp they created for people with special needs. They built the camp 25 years ago and have been offering a camping experience to people who wouldn’t ordinarily get the chance to have one. Contributed photo
For 25 years, Camp Barnabas has provided people with special needs or chronic illnesses a chance at a camper’s life. On July 28, founders Cydny and Paul Teas came back to Camp Barnabas for a special Founders Day event. Camper Olivia Dixon was welcomed to the special event by summer staffer Lydia Stange. Contributed photo
In an emotional weekend, the founders of Camp Barnabas came in from Texas and joined in on the camp fun. Founder Paul Teas embraced camper Jessica Cain in a hug on July 28. Contributed photo