MONTREAL, July 28 /CNW Telbec/ - Leucan invites you on August 3rd
at 12:45 p.m. to the Centre de plein air Le Saisonnier in Lac-Beauport
to discover the world of the Leucan-CSN Summer Camp. Join the fun and
meet with Camie the ladybug mascot, the children of Leucan and their
families in a most cheerful and creepy-crawly atmosphere!
This year's theme The World of Insects was chosen to
celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Camp. For this special
occasion, the renowned star hockey player of the Tampa Bay Lightning,
Simon Gagné, will join the party. "This camp is very special! It is the
only summer camp in Quebec dedicated to children with cancer and their
families. It will accommodate more than 340 participants in its
fantastic and unique universe." The 25th edition of the
Camp will take place from July 25th to August 6th.
Everyone enjoys precious moments at the Leucan-CSN Summer Camp: children
with cancer from all over Quebec-whether they have been recently
diagnosed, are under treatment, in remission, cured or facing a
recurrence-their siblings and parents, as well as bereaved families.
Every week, 60 volunteers ensure the Camp's success by taking tasks as
varied as: medical follow-up, technical organization, entertainment, and
massage therapy. The scheduled activities are diversified, entertaining,
clever and adapted to all age groups as well as to the needs and
capacities of all our children.
Do not miss this unique opportunity to share our world!
WHEN? Tuesday, August 3, 2010
WHERE? Centre de plein air Le
Saisonnier in Lac-Beauport (Québec)
Become a participant (you will be part of an existing group)
Testimonial of a former participant who is now a volunteer and
Guided visit by an insect
How to Get There?
From Montreal: Highway 40 East to Quebec City, highway 73 North, exit
157, on your left at the 2nd light.
From Quebec City: Highway 73 North, exit 157, on your left at the 2nd
Address of the Camp: 78 du Brûlé, Lac-Beauport; 1 800 766-2821.
For further information: For further information:
Marisol Houle | Leucan
514 731-3696 or 1 800 361-9646, ext. 229
Cell phone: 514 386-8387