Camp Claphans shirts on sale now

Shirts are on sale now that celebrate the 10th anniversary of Camp Claphans, the center's summer camp program for children with disabilities.
The shirts are $20 and come in adult and youth sizes. To purchase one, click here
Camp Claphans opened in 2013 and is an outreach program of the McCarty Center. It is located on the center's campus and features two cabins and an activities building that are located next to an 11-acre lake.
Six camp sessions are offered each summer. Activities for campers include archery, arts and crafts, canoeing, fishing, horseback riding, talent shows and swimming.
The camp is named in honor of the late Sammy Jack Claphan, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and an Oklahoma native. Claphan played football for the University of Oklahoma and graduated with a degree in special education. Afterward, he played in the NFL for the Cleveland Browns and the San Diego Chargers.
After retiring from football, Claphan returned to Oklahoma and became a coach and a special education teacher. He died in 2001 at the age of 45.

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