Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health is offering a camp aimed to help adult cancer survivors.
Camp Bluebird is a two day, one-night, retreat for cancer patients to relax, enjoy nature and interact with other cancer survivors.
Nurse Practitioner of Oncology Services, Heather Askren, said it's a chance for those fighting cancer to find support.
"We do some fun things like crafts, we build blue birdhouses, and then we find some activities that allow them to look for the support they've learned from each other the last two days, to how they're going to use that in their life,” said Askren.
The camp is located at Camp Tecumseh in Brookston. It begins October 23 and lasts through October 24. It costs $35.
For more information on registration and volunteering, call (765) 423-6291. The deadline for registration is September 24.
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