Fraternity men stop at Camp Allyn during nationwide program | News
BATAVIA, OH (FOX19)- Members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity helped build accessible amenities for people with disabilities on Thursday.
The men installed an activity trail for the new 'Sensory Needs Respite & Support Program' at Camp Allyn in Batavia, which Stepping Stones will launch in January.
The work is part of the fraternity's national 'Build America' project, dedicating a summer towards hard labor for projects and programs across the country.
Since last Sunday, the team has done construction all day at the camp, while still leaving time for nightly activities with the campers.
Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity will work across the country in seven states before ending their six week trip in Washington D.C.
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