Hamilton’s Happy Days Camp Delivers Smiles with Help from Home Depot
In the above photograph, participants in Hamilton’s Happy Days Camp for children with special needs display their painted tool boxes made possible through the generosity of the Home Depot’s Kids Workshop Program along with their Camp Counselors, Nicole Zoller of Hamilton’s Division of Recreation and Joe Geraci of The Home Depot. Photograph courtesy of Hamilton Township.
For almost 40 years, Hamilton’s Happy Days Camp has provided
a great summer camp program for special needs children. Recently, thanks to some help from The Home
Depot, smiles were brought to the program’s children through The Home Depot’s
Kids Workshop Program.
Through the program, The Home Depot generously donated materials
to allow Hamilton’s Happy Days campers to make and paint their own tool boxes. The program, which The Home Depot has also
provided to local Hamilton schools, was a popular activity for the young
“Our Happy Days Camp continues to be a wonderful and popular
program for our community’s special needs children. I want to thank The Home Depot for generously
supporting the camp through their Kids Workshop Program,” said Mayor Kelly
Hamilton’s Happy Days Camp is part of its many summer camp
offerings organized through the Township’s Division of Recreation. The camp is a six week long program held at
Switlik Park for special needs children between the ages of 5 and 9 years old. Children participating in the program must
first receive a teacher recommendation before being screened for the special
For more information about offerings from Hamilton’s Division
of Recreation, residents can visit HamiltonNJ.com/Recreation.