Summer Camp Memories

June 29, 2017

Summer Camp Memories

June 29, 2017

Summer time comes and students get a break to turn back into kids and explore their world around them. We remember when we were children, spending a few weeks at summer camp, making new friends, staying active, continue learning in a nontraditional classroom, one that is outside with life being the teacher.

Here are some of our summer days, and some of those summer days for the children of Appalachia that you help to create.

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