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My Day At Make A Move: Onondaga Farms

It's been two weeks since our Onondaga Farms event, and we keep replaying every minute in our minds. The day was filled with fun, laughter, and meaningful connections. From soothing massages and scenic wagon rides to creative arts and crafts and friendly animals, there was something for everyone to enjoy. The BBQ lunch was a delicious highlight, bringing everyone together to share stories and smiles.

In this blog, we are excited to share an article written by Alivia, capturing the highlights and heartfelt moments of the day and a beautiful drawing created by Gage, showing off the animals found at the farm. Enjoy their wonderful recount of our memorable event!


My Perspective of Tim Hortons Camp MAM By Alivia (Age 12)

When I went to Tim Hortons Camp with my family, I had a wonderful experience. Here are some of the highlights:

Friendly Staff

The staff at the camp were very helpful, making the experience even more enjoyable.

Adorable Animals

The animals at the camp were so cute, especially the horses, which were very big. I also had the opportunity to feed some animals for example goats, I did not feed the goats because I really wanted to get upstairs to archery.   

Beautiful Scenery

The land itself was outstanding and made the experience even better. The scenic views, lush greenery, and serene environment made the experience even better. Every moment spent outdoors was a reminder of the beauty of nature and added to the overall enjoyment of the camp.

Exciting Activities

If you go up the stairs in the barn, you will find the ropes course and archery. Although I wasn't very skilled at archery, it was still a fun and memorable experience.

The main reason I was there was because my moms work was raising money for their research to find a cure for scleroderma.   The fundraiser was very successful; they raised $55, 000 for their research.

Overall, this was my perspective of visiting Tim Hortons Camp. The combination of friendly staff, adorable animals, beautiful surroundings, and the successful fundraiser made it an unforgettable experience.




Animals of Onondaga: A Drawing by Gage

While our day at Onondaga Farms boasted an array of activities, one of the favourites was visiting all the animals in the barn. Nine-year-old Gage used his creative flair to make us a list of all the animals he saw at the farm, including pigs and horses as the highlight! Gage's enthusiasm for the farm's residents added an extra layer of excitement to our adventure, and his thoughtful list captured the essence of our animal encounters with charm

List: Horse, Pig,Donkey, Goats, Swan, Roster

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