Robin and Mani's All Buddy Camp
Robin and Mani's All Buddy Camp is a weeklong camp for young children with special needs, run by the Charlottesville Department of Parks and Recreation. The camp was started in 2015. Counselors come from local high schools and are selected through an application process. The camp was started in honor of Robin and Mani Aldridge, a former teacher in Albemarle County Public Schools and her daughter who were murdered in 2014. The second session of the camp was held in June 2016.
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- Web. Summer camp for children with disabilities honors Robin and Mani Aldridge, Grace Paine, Charlottesville Tomorrow, June 18, 2016, retrieved July 26, 2016.
- Web. Robin and Mani’s All Buddy Camp concludes second annual session, Noah Zeidman, Charlottesville Tomorrow, June 22, 2016, retrieved July 26, 2016.