Spring Fling May 1, 2021
It has been quite an adventure since our last camp in 2019. We are excited to announce a great event for everyone at North Bay Adventure Camp.
WHAT: One day event where the DESTINY families can come to North Bay and use the adventure course (zipline, swing, ropes course, rock climbing, gym, and other activities) in an outdoor environment with safe and healthy social distancing.
WHO: All DESTINY families and families touched by Type 1. Bring the whole crew, mom, dad, siblings, grandparents.
WHEN: May 1st from 10am-5pm. Adventure course will be open 1-5, Boxed, grab-and-go lunches will be offered.
WHERE: 11 Horseshoe Point Lane, North East, MD 21901
WHAT ELSE: In respect of everyone making there own choices to manage potential exposure to COVID, this is just a great chance to come to North Bay, get outside, and be active with type 1. It will allow everyone to have as much or as little interaction as they choose. CDC recommended guidelines will be followed on site. Lunch will include ample room for people to spread out while eating. We are hoping to see many familiar faces and have a chance to enjoy being outdoors and active.
Registration is Closed.
Please email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diabetes DESTINY is traditionally a weekend camp in spring in Maryland. While we have been postponed due to COVID we hope to announce new events soon.
Our Mission is to teach children and young adults with Type 1 diabetes to achieve healthy glucose control in the extremes of activity, exercise and fitness.
Email us at email@example.com to get our newsletter, updates about camps, and our webinar schedules.
North Bay Adventure Camp is the perfect setting to have fun and learn!
This amazing weekend program will be held at NorthBay Adventure Camp located in beautiful North East Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay. During the weekend the children will be able to network with others. We will also be hosting educational programs and be bringing in clinical experts as well as athletes with diabetes to share their strategies of success.
Here are some comments from parents of past campers:
“Thanks to everyone who takes their time to makes these camps awesome. This was a first for my daughter and she had a blast and wants to be a counselor next year!!!! So exciting!!!!”
“Thank you for a wonderful experience at camp. She stretched herself and tried activities like the zip line and rock climbing for the first time. She is excited for next year.”
“Thank you for such a wonderful experience for my daughter. This was her first time at your camp and she hasn’t stopped talking about it since we picked her up this morning.”
“Our son had another great year. Thank you Ron DeNunzio for all you do to keep this going and thank you to everyone else who takes time from their schedules to help out.”
“thank you for our son’s first camp experience – it was a 10 out of 10! he loved the food (he went on and on about the food), the kids, the activities, the counselors, the cabins, everything! for me, i loved the pics posted all weekend so we could be the fly on the wall, and i loved seeing his smiling face when i picked him up today. see you all next year!”
“Kudos to the founders of the Extreme Adventure Camp and everyone who makes it such a success. What an incredible experience for all the children, not to mention how rewarding it was for our family to volunteer.”
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about upcoming events.
Thanks to our Sponsors:
Diabetes Exercise Strategies Together In Network with You (D.E.S.T.I.N.Y) brings people with Type 1 Diabetes together to learn and share strategies that allow to lead active, athletic lives at the peak of their ability.
Our vision is to work with anyone with T1D to set up programs focused on being active while maintaining a healthy lifestyle and good blood glucose control. We bring a team of medical professionals and successful athletes with type 1 diabetes to each program. Our athletes serve as role models, sharing their successful strategies, challenges and inspirations with our participants at camp. We work together to empower each participant and help them believe and realize they can do anything we want with diabetes.