Ripples: CNIB Lake Joe
What started out as a chance for a small group of campers in the 1950s has come to be a rite of passage for thousands. Capture the essence of CNIB Lake Joe, where the lessons and laughter is carried in the hearts and memories long after camp has ended.
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