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Three Gardner-Webb American Sign Language (ASL) students volunteered at a 10-week camp for the deaf and blind over the summer at Lake Norman, N.C. Hosted by the North Carolina Deaf-Blind Associates, Camp Dogwood entertains hundreds of weekly visitors for recreational enjoyment through myriad outdoor activities. ASL senior Natalie Cardwell and juniors Madison McMahon and Marissa Richardson served as support service personnel (SSP) for campers on the weekend of Sept. 10-13.
Camp Dogwood, North Carolina Deaf-Blind Associates
Office of University Communications, "Gardner-Webb University ASL Students Volunteer for Community Deaf-Blind Camp" (2015). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1112.