Bernie Williams Visits Kids Need More Camp on Shelter Island

Bernie Williams Visits Kids Need More Camp On Shelter Island

Former New York Yankee Bernie Williams took a seaplane to Shelter Island on Thursday to visit the kids at Camp Adventure, a summer camp for children with cancer and their siblings.

FORMER NEW YORK YANKEE BERNIE WILLIAMS AND BRANDON STEINER, OF STEINER SPORTS AT CAMP ADVENTURE. PHOTO CREDIT: JENNIFER MEIHOFER
AUGUST 22, 2015 BY SOUTH O’ THE HIGHWAY

Former New York Yankee Bernie Williams took a seaplane to Shelter Island on Thursday to visit the kids at Camp Adventure, a summer camp for children with cancer and their siblings.

Bernie Williams arrives at Quinipet.
Photo credit: Jennifer Meihofer

Organized by the Kids Need MORE Foundation, the camp takes place at Quinipet Camp and Retreat Center in Shelter Island Heights. MORE stands for Motivational Recovery Environments.

Williams, the baseball great and classical guitarist, was greeted by children exclaiming “Let’s go Yankees!”

Williams daughters, Beatriz and Bianca, joined him in handing out instruments to Camp Adventure children.

Brandon Steiner, of Steiner Sports Marketing & Memorabilia, brought Williams into the camp through The Hook Up Program.

Williams played some guitar and posed for selfies with the kids.

Bernie Williams at Camp Adventure poses for a selfie. Photo credit: Jennifer Meihofer

Bernie Williams and his daughters Beatriz and Bianca. Photo credit: Jennifer Meihofer