Ieuter Insurance and Hastings Mutual Insurance donate $ 4,000 to Camp Fish Tales

Shannon Forshee, Executive Director of Camp Fish Tales, receives a check for $ 4000 from Karl Ieuter of the Ieuter Insurance Group. (Photo provided)

Camp Fish Tales received a grant of $ 4000 from the Ieuter Insurance Group and the Hastings Mutual Insurance Company. These funds will support scholarships for campers so that everyone can enjoy the camp. It is the policy of the CFT board of directors and of the personnel management to never refuse a potential camper on the basis of his ability to pay.

CFT had just over 200 campers enjoying Camp Fish Tales this year. With an increasing number, the CFT is receiving more and more requests for scholarships for its weeklong camp sessions and respite weekends.

“We are very grateful to Ieuter Insurance Group and Hastings Mutual Insurance Company. The opportunity for people with disabilities to meet and make new friends while participating in fishing, archery, arts and crafts, rock climbing and rock climbing. boating is life changing. Our campers look forward to their week at camp all year round! said Managing Director Shannon Forshee.

Camp Fish Tales is an accessible, barrier-free camp located on 67 acres located at the corner of Erickson and Old State Road between Pinconning and Linwood. Camp Fish Tales serves people of all ages with various types of disabilities to ensure an enjoyable and rewarding experience for all campers. Our mission is to provide unique and exciting outdoor learning experiences where people with special needs interact and develop skills that enhance their health, abilities, independence and quality of life. The goal of the camp is to promote an atmosphere where people with disabilities can meet and make new friends while participating in growth activities.

For more information on Camp Fish Tales, or to register a camper, visit or call 989-879-5199 or 989-615-7840.

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