Quinnipiac hosts camp for kids who've lost limbs

bella at camp


July 12, 2018 01:02PM

By Lauren Takores, Record-Journal staff

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NORTH HAVEN — A dozen teens participating in an overnight camp for young people with limb loss and their families tried something new Wednesday: driving.

CorRales Dupree, 21, traveled from Richmond, Virginia to participate in Camp No Limits at Quinnipiac University. 

He got behind the wheel of a driving simulator, steering and engaging the gas and brake with his hands with the road before him on three screens. Later, he tested his vision like he was at the DMV.

Dupree has attended the camp the past thee years. Quinnipiac has hosted the camp since 2015.

Girl Who Lost Limbs Plays Piano

Bella Tucker, from New Hampshire, won cheers and a standing ovation after gaining the courage to perform Somewhere Over the Rainbow to a room of 200 people at a talent show.

The inspirational teenager learned the instrument after contracting a deadly virus which her parents originally thought was the flu at the age of eight. 

Bella Tucker happy to show off her new smile.

Bella Gets Her Braces Off

Bella is excited to have a new smile with the help from Timmeny Dr Polgrean and the wonderful staff at Appletree Orthodontics!

September 10, 2013 Bella Update

Bella just started the 7th grade! She is excited to join the Drama Club and Chorus again the year. Last year she was in the Musical, Once A Pond This Island. She even had a solo! She also has been taking piano and art classes!


Donations can be made to THE BELLA TUCKER FUND via the Paypal link or by mail to: The Bella Tucker Fund 26 Lantern Lane Londonderry, NH 03053