Cameron, now ten years old, was born prematurely at 24 weeks. The premature birth left him with vision impairments, weakened motor skills and developmental delays. However, that didn’t stop him from progressing at the Frankie Lemmon preschool early intervention program.
Brian Peters stated, “I am so proud of what Cameron has accomplished at Frankie Lemmon. Founding a charity like AFSN gives me the opportunity to know that other children with special needs will receive proper education to be able to progress like my son has. That means a lot to me and my family.”
The first adventure with AFSN will be a climb of Mt. Rainier with RMI guides, held on September 15-21, 2013. The climb will start at 5,600 feet, then will ascend to 10,200 feet, and finally to the summit of the mountain at 14,411 feet. After the return back down the mountain, the adventurers will have covered 18 miles round trip.
With a goal of $20,000, all donations raised for the climb will go directly to the cause. To make a donation, please visit http://www.adventurers4specialneeds.com/donation.html
Sponsors for this upcoming event include: Green Resource, Precision Laboratories, The Maintenance Excellence Institute and Carolina Stage Strategies.
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