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HONESDALE, PA — Honesdale Rotary members served a classic sandwich-salad combination to nearly 60 campers and staff from Dyberry Day Camp on Tuesday, July 9. Rotarian Michele Gilder prepared most of the food, with assistance from other Rotarians, the Alpine Restaurant and the Woodloch Resorts’ bakery.
Dyberry Day Camp was established in 1972 for disabled children. Every summer, it runs for one month and is funded through community support. The camp is part of Advocacy and Resources for Citizens (ARC) with cognitive, intellectual and developmental disabilities. ARC is the largest organization of its kind in the U.S.
Honesdale Rotary meets on the last three Tuesdays of the month at 12 noon at Cordaro’s Restaurant.