Camp for disabled veterans opens for 12th season


By Don Carrigan
More than two dozen disabled military veterans and their families will get a chance to relax and enjoy summer this weekend thanks to the Veterans No Boundaries summer program.
VNB is part of the group called Maine Adaptive, which helps a wide range of Maine people with physical disabilities enjoy the outdoors. Each year for 12 years, they’ve taken over Camp Wavus on Damariscotta Lake for a few days, helping veterans put their disabilities aside and just have fun.
The veterans come from all over Maine and other parts of the country. This year has the largest group yet: 29 veterans and family members, including many children.
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