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Sanibel Sea School welcomes camp counselors

By Staff | Jun 11, 2019

PHOTO PROVIDED Sanibel Sea School summer camp counselors, back row, Isaac Maxwell, Cameron Garcia and Emma Neill, and Cathy Han, Brianna Machuga and Audry Paul, front row.

The Sanibel Sea School recently welcomed its 2019 summer camp counselors to the organization.

With a variety of educational backgrounds and interests, the group will combine their skills to create an outstanding experience for camp participants.

Cameron Garcia studied marine science and geology at Florida Gulf Coast University and is an avid freediver.

Cathy Han attends Middlebury College and is majoring in economics. She also sings operatic music.

Brianna Machuga studies conservation biology at Kent State University and has worked in numerous state and national parks.

Isaac Maxwell enjoys reading and is studying to become a teacher.

Also from Middlebury College is Emma Neill, who is studying conservation biology when she is not competing on the school’s national championship winning water polo team.

Audry Paul attends Mercer University, where she is a holistic child major studying elementary and special education. She is a snorkeling enthusiast.

Elly Rundqwist, who is a communications and marketing major at Boston University, will serve as the summer camp photographer.

The camp runs through August, with programs for ages 4-18; scholarships are available.

The Sanibel Sea School is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the ocean’s future, one person at a time. For more information, visit sanibelseaschool.org or call 239-472-8585.