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‘You can see their confidence grow’: CT’s Camp No Limits inspires kids with limb difference and loss – Hartford Courant

Wednesday, 13 July, 2022

‘You can see their confidence grow’: CT’s Camp No Limits inspires kids with limb difference and loss – Hartford Courant

The Red Team cheers for mentor Bella Tucker as she races to fill a bucket with a cup of water during afternoon games at Camp No Limits at Quinnipiac University on Friday. (Cloe Poisson / Special to the Courant)

 
Hunter Robertshaw, an 18-year-old who is a senior at Downington West High School in Pennsylvania, enjoys competitive sled hockey, golf and weightlifting in his free time. Robertshaw, who was born without a tibia bone in his right leg and uses a prosthetic, doesn’t let that define who he is.
“I feel like it doesn’t affect me at all,” he said. “I’ve done so much in my life, and there’s a lot more I’m going to do.”
Read more at: https://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-news-camp-no-limits-quinnipiac-20220710-lwbypv4wanctxob24ylr6fl4jq-story.html

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