Campbell River’s Snowarama benefits children with disabilities and Easter Seals

The North Island Snowmobile Association are planning their annual Snowarama on Sunday at Mount Adrian from 9 a.m. t0 4 p.m.

The event is benefits the BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities and Easter Seals in B.C.

Hundreds of families from all over B.C. rely on Easter Seals services every year, whether they they stay at an Easter Seals House while a family member receives medical treatment or they send their child with a disability to an Easter Seals Camp for free. Members of N.I.S.A. are committed to raise money for this cause.

The riders agree that nothing beats the exhilaration of jumping on their machines and riding with family and friends for a good cause.

Snowarama is an annual event organized by BCSF member clubs in their communities to raise money for the BC Lions Society for children with Disabilities and Easter Seals BC.

The BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities operates Easter Seal programs and services for children with disabilities across British Columbia.

These services include Easter Seal Houses in Vancouver, Victoria and Prince George which provides an affordable caring place to stay for parents and children who travel to seek medical treatment.

The Easter Seal Camp programs where each year over 800 children with disabilities attend a week long residential summer camp session at no cost to their families

The focus of the camps is to help give children abilities by helping children learn independence, confidence and skills they need to live happy fulfilling lives. The BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities and Easter Seals BC’s services are utilized by hundreds of families throughout BC.

For more information on the BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities visit

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