Shadowing a counselor who is also an AngelRide volunteer, this Boston Globe author beautifully shares the camp’s impact.
Respite and Rebirth, A Summer Camp Story, seen on the front page of the August 11, 2019 Boston Sunday Globe, brings the reader to The Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp.
The little girl stands in a clearing in the woods, her chin tucked to her chest, her gaze cast down on the sun-dappled forest floor. Beside her, her camp counselor leans close to see her face, searching for the words to ease the child’s fear.
The girl is named Nevaeh, heaven spelled backwards...