The Camden Life Center at 20 Main Street has installed a small outdoor cupboard that houses a brand-new outdoor food pantry. Similar in style to the “Little Free Library” book lending cabinets available in towns across the country, the pantry will provide 24/7 access to non-perishable food items, hygiene products and other essentials to any members of the community who may need them.
Hello! I hope you have been enjoying your summer as much as I have. Sunshine and time outdoors always boosts my mood and helps me keep active. For August, we celebrate “Summer Sun and the Great Outdoors” (see page 2 for more information) and all the health benefits that it brings.
The close of July brought us a wonderful gift from the Camden Central School Districts “Construction Crew” from Camp-Sum-More-Fun. Students in Mr. Calkins group built us the most amazing outdoor food pantry box!
Camden is a small town with a tight-knit community and a rural atmosphere, surrounded by picturesque landscapes, including rolling hills, farmland, and nearby bodies of water. The area offers opportunities for outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, and boating.
Compared to larger cities, the cost of living in Camden is generally more affordable. Housing prices and rental rates are relatively reasonable, making it an attractive option for those seeking a more affordable place to live.
Hello! Stephenie here! Many people ask me when I’m out and about what the Camden Life Center is about and how they can help support our programs and services so I thought I would share. One way is by donating items that will be passed on to those in need. For a list of items most needed, please see page 4. Another way you can support the Camden Life Center is by attending one or more of our many events, classes, or functions. Your attendance will help the host of each of these feel wanted, needed, and valued.