Center for Courageous Kids opens new tree house

SCOTTSVILLE, Ky. – The second addition has been made to Center for Courageous Kids at their treehouse village.

A new treehouse was celebrated with a ribbon cutting Thursday.

Jordan Clark, a member on the board of directors for CCK, said this was a move to uphold the mission of CCK, to make sure everyone can be included in the fun regardless of their medical conditions they may be dealing with.

In this case, ramps lead up to the tree houses, making them handicap accessible.

CCK is a nonprofit camp for kids with varying conditions like diabetes, epilepsy and autism. The camp is made free to families through donations given by a myriad of donors every year, and with the campus sitting on over a hundred acres, Clark said more expansions are to come in the future.