The Center for Learning Unlimited’s Let’s Go Summer Camp

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Let’s Go Summer Camp
Image: cflu.org

A respected financial services professional, Gary Fournier has been ranked among Barron’s Top 1,200 advisors in the country. For over a decade, he has worked with clients as a managing director with JP Morgan in Los Angeles. Gary Fournier also finds time to give back to the community through his support of a number of organizations, including the Center for Learning Unlimited (CLU).

CLU is a highly individualized day school in Torrance, California, that serves students with unique learning challenges in grades K-12. In its mission to support the academic, social, and emotional growth of its students, CLU oversees a variety of full-time and part-time education programs throughout the year. Each summer, the organization offers several programs and activities, including its Let’s Go summer camps.

Featuring art and music activities as well as sensory experiences and daily field trips, Let’s Go camps are designed for middle and early high school students with autism, bipolar disorder, learning difficulties, attention deficit issues, or other social skills difficulties. All activities are led by full-time CLU staff members who help campers have fun while they build social and cognitive skills.

CLU’s 2017 Let’s Go summer camps will be held over three sessions starting at the end of July. Each four-day session will be held Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the cost to attend is $400. For specific dates and additional details, visit www.cflu.org.

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