Choosing the right summer camp
By Kay Tally-Foos
Sleep away, or residential, camp conjures up a variety of images in people’s minds. Movies about summer camp depict it in a fairly fun but careless manner, making it seem like only fun and games with no real goal in mind, and even often a place to learn bad habits; if a parent had an important summer camp experience as a child, the image may give a warm, nostalgic feeling. One thing that many moms and dads think once the idea of summer camp for “my son or daughter” comes into play is: “Will he or she be safe?” and “How can I trust other adults, particularly young adults, with my child?” . . .
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