Camp High Hopes receives a boost from the Heelan Football team
By Tia Heidebrecht, Chief Photographer - bio | email
The Heelan Football team got a different type of workout Tuesday.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
The Heelan Football team got a different type of workout Tuesday. They flexed their muscles for a good cause; Camp High Hopes.
It's a camp for kids and adults with disabilities to enjoy the outdoors and activities like archery and canoeing. In a few weeks, the camp will welcome campers and the players helped move in furniture to the cabins.
"It's good to give back to the community because they give so much to us and it's always nice to help them out ," Bryce Sweeney, a Heelan Football Player said.
The Camp High Hopes opens for their first campers on Sept. 10th.
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