Fresh Air Fund
Carlos Osorio - Staff Photographer
Recently I spent a week in the Huntsville area visiting camps for the Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund.
Each year thousands of kids attend more than 100 different camps thanks to contributions from individuals, organizations and businesses.
This was my first time on the Fresh Air assignment.
I spent my days traveling the back roads enjoying some of the best scenery Ontario has to offer. The camps were amazing. Kids swimming, taking improv classes, skateboarding, canoeing, climbing ropes, bonfires and all sorts of other fun activities.
Below is a collection of some of the camps I visited.
How to donate.
Mail to The Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund, ONe Yonge St., Toronto, ON M5E 1E6
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Working in the craft room at Camp Big Canoe are Alison Loney, who is in charge of crafts, Amanda Bonang and Mack Millett. On the ceiling and walls of the room are the names of campers who have stayed at Camp Big Canoe. Some date back to 1970.
Campers at Newport Adventure Camp are seen playing a game of sink the canoe. The object of the games is to splash water into the two canoes until they sink. The counselors inside the canoes use a bucket to take the water out of the canoe.