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And the finalists are….

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WOW!!  The Peeps really came out in force this spring!  More than 30 entries in our recent Sibs Are My Peeps photo contest. This annual awareness raising event brings out the most creative, most fun-loving peeps. See the results!

Congratulations to our finalists:

  • Taelyn, Gia, and Maribel from Brillion for “Peep on Swimming”
  • Glenbrook Elementary School – Mrs. Rettler’s class for “Go Peeps Go”
  • Anna & Analiese from New London/Hortonville, WI for “Peeps Grand Cinema”
  • Leah Quinn from Neenah for “Peep Yoga Studio”
  • The staff and clients of CP Fox Cities for “Party on Peepabago”
  • A2Z Design from Appleton for “Peeps Be Chillin'”
  • Elise from Appleton for “Peepin’ Around the Farm”
  • Penelope from Hortonville for “Peeps Cabin”

and honorable mention from entries by Denmark High School Photography students.

See all the 2019 Sibs Are My Peeps entries by clicking 2019 Sibs Are My Peeps


SUMMER CAMPS FOR people with disabilities and for siblings!

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The weather in Appleton Wisconsin was absolutely gorgeous this weekend…something as Wisconsinites we dream about to get us through the months of winter blasts of cold and snow.  So while I’ve been getting camps organized for the siblings who participate with WisconSibs Sib Camps since January, this weather also prompted me to finish Phillip’s (my son with disabilities) camp schedule.1620594_285969371590635_7038379701286800850_n

If you are looking for camps for your child or adult with disabilities OR their siblings, check out this website for camps in Wisconsin.  http://www.veryspecialcamps.com/Wisconsin/Special-Needs-Summer-Camps.shtml

 

10561631_286737211513851_5478398368456877118_nYou live outside Wisconsin or looking for a camp for a particular condition or disability? Go to http://www.veryspecialcamps.com/

Kids (and even adults) gain so many benefits from time away in the outdoors.  They learn new skills, breathe fresh air, discover the wonders of outdoors, and meet people they may never have met otherwise.   And parents, admit it, you could use the respite.