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Genesee Valley Rotary Camp

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Genesee Valley Rotary Camp (GVRC), is a one week summer camp for young people (ages 8 – 21) with various disabilities. GVRC is a not-for-profit organization that became incorporated in 1963 and has served children and young adults from four surrounding counties (Livingston, Steuben, Wyoming, and Allegany) ever since.

Word of the Day – Service

Word of the Day – Service

Wednesday's Note from Mr. Bart Good Morning Camp! It's the middle of what would be our camp week. Some Wednesday thoughts... Polar Bear and Rookie Badge Check #3 Camp Toast Tribe Flags and Songs Preparations for Skit Night Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup Ain't No Flies...

Word of the Day – Hope

Word of the Day – Hope

Tuesday's Note from Mr. Bart Mornin’ Camp! It was a bit cool when I woke up today. So I pulled on my favorite camp hoodie to head out to walk Rudy. A warm sweatshirt on a cool August morning... now that is a camp feeling I know and love. I could see it was a little...

Word of the Day – GRATEFUL

Word of the Day – GRATEFUL

A Message from Mr. Bart Good mornin' Camp! Waaayyyyy up in the sky, the little birds fly... Got some rain last night, so the grass was a little wet at flag this morning. Thanks for mowing those lines for the tribes Mr. Jim, that sure helps. That and a good pair of...

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One year ago. And hopefully the same one year from now! Here is Love! #gvrc #nomoregapyearsforgvrc ...

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Have love in your hearts today my friends. Smile and glow in the knowledge that you have made a difference in a child's life, many many children's lives in fact, for your connection to GVRC. Thank you for that. You are loved. Keep loving GVRC, it's more than a 1 week summer camp.  -Mr. Bart #gvrc ...

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Don’t cry because it is over, smile because it happened.

-Mr. Jim - after camp