Limited Spots Still Available for April 22 – 26 Camp

Lakes Region Rotary Club of Laconia recently donated $1,000 to support the work and mission of Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center. The funds will be used to sponsor WildQuest Spring Camp, a week-long day camp held during New Hampshire school vacation week in April.

“Our club recognizes Prescott Farm as a community asset and we are happy to give back through our service and financial support,” Lakes Region Rotary club president Ben Wilson said.

Prescott Farm hosts the annual Rotary Youth Leadership Program and in turn, participants from five area schools put their leadership skills to work through participation in three service projects at the farm every spring.

“It’s a great way to help teach the principles of leadership and service to the next generation,” Wilson said. “Sponsoring WildQuest Spring Camp at Prescott Farm is another way that we hope to contribute to a strong tomorrow through youth enrichment at Prescott Farm.”

WildQuest camps are nature-based and emphasize learning and exploration of the natural world. Camps are underway for school vacation weeks in February and April as well as for nine weeks in the summer. As winter turns to spring, campers and counselors tune into the many new and exciting changes that come with it.  Spring Camp activities include garden projects, ponding, hiking, nature crafts, and bird watching.

Support from business partners and donors like Lakes Region Rotary help make it possible.

“We are so grateful for their generous support of our programs and for their service work at Prescott Farm over the years,” Executive Director Jude Hamel said. “The club and its members demonstrate through action the meaning of the Rotary motto ‘Service Above Self.’  They really contribute to a thriving Lakes Region community by assisting programs that help make lives better for children and families.”

For details about WildQuest Camp programs, pricing, Prescott Farm member discounts, and scholarship opportunities, visit or call 603-366-5695.

Lakes Region Rotary was formed in June of 1991 and focuses on assisting service organizations in the Lakes Region area that are in need of support. Annual fund raising efforts allow LR Rotary to assist various programs financially. Among other activities, they prepare and serve lunch every other month at the Salvation Army, and organize an annual Youth Leadership program that brings together future leaders from high schools around the Lakes Region. Lakes Region Rotary meets every Tuesday Morning at 7:00 am at the Water Street Cafe in Laconia. For more information, please visit or email


Photo caption 1: Members and guests of the Lakes Region Rotary Club of Laconia gather for weekly meetings on Tuesday mornings at Water Street Café in Laconia.

Photo caption 2: Prescott Farm’s WildQuest Spring Camp will be cooking up plenty of outdoor learning and fun for campers age 6 – 12 April 22 – 26.