by Amanda Cuda Photos: Christian Abraham / Hearst Connecticut Media BRIDGEPORT — When is a water slide not just a water slide? When it’s being used by children who have survived severe burns. For those kids, the simple act of wearing swim trunks without a shirt or climbing up a ladder to use a slide
WATERBURY, CT – Waterbury firefighter Bill D’Occhio has been training for weeks. “The gym five days a week; a lot of spinning,” he said. He’s also been schlepping to Bethlehem where farmer and Bethlehem V.F.D. chief Jon O’Neill has allowed him to ride his off-road bikes “twice a week” on pasture land. Next week, D’Occhio
Descubre un campamento de verano para niños especiales (Telemundo’s feature on the Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp): Para donar para apoyar al Children’s Burn Camp, por favor haga clic aquí! To donate to support the Children’s Burn Camp, please click here!
By Claire Galvin, Chronicle Staff Writer STORRS/UNION – For children suffering or recovering from horrible burns, enjoying traditional summer camp activities can be nearly impossible. However, at the Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp in Union, one of two camps of its kind in the Northeast, child burn survivors are able to swim, boat, hike,
By Lisa DiLullo for the Milford Mirror Around the curve in the tree-lined road, into the dirt driveway, past the tan sign, around the barn and up the shady path is a place where love lives. It’s 176 acres of peaceful quiet, occasionally interrupted by a squeal, or laughter, or young voices muffled by the
WFSB Channel 3’s feature on the Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp: http://www.wfsb.com/clip/13498965/ct-camp-offered-for-burn-survivors To donate to support the Children’s Burn Camp, please click here!