Oneida Madison BOCES students in the Environmental Conservation program pose for a picture. About 30 students are volunteering their time to build wheelchair accessible trails at The Arc, Oneida-Lewis Chapter Charles B. Wolkon Day Camp in Frankfort.

BOCES Students Blaze Trail at Arc Camp

Oneida Madison BOCES students are getting hands on experience for a month as they help blaze a new trail at the The Arc, Oneida-Lewis Chapter's Day Camp in Frankfort. About 30 Juniors and Seniors in the Environmental Conservation program, under the direction of teacher Keith Joslin, are volunteering to bring Don White's design plan to life. Don, was hired by the Arc for his expertise in universal design, which focuses on complete accessibility for people with disabilities.

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Tom says ... on Sunday, Jun 8 at 11:30 AM

i am a currently in the conservation program at boces and i have helped with this trail it has been an awsome learning experiance and it was hands on so it was fun.

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