Larry Evans and Jeff Jordan presented three classes on Special Needs at the 2019 Camporee in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Emphasis was given to the Deaf and blind. Evans and Jordan spoke about the possibilities that each person holds. This is much more important than giving focus to what they cannot do. The Pathfinders and staff that attended were enthusiastic that the class was being presented at the Camporee. Four classes per day are planned for the remainder of the Camporee.

 










Jeff Jordan presenting classes.
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