Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Diabetes camps for kids

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Around the campfire at Camp Setebaid, a summer getaway in the Poconos for kids with diabetes.
Around the campfire at Camp Setebaid, a summer getaway in the Poconos for kids with diabetes.

CAMPERS, START YOUR ENGINES

Sign-ups are getting under way for next summer's diabetes camps for kids. For details and registration forms, parents can contact the four major regional camps at the numbers below. Some financial aid is available.

Camp Donovan McNabb in Montgomery County, for girls and boys ages 8-16, 610-828-5003 x-4657.

Camp Setebaid in the Poconos, for ages 8-18, 570-524-9090.

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    Camp Possibilities near the Susquehanna River on the Maryland-Pennsylvania border, for ages 7-15, 302-563-9460.
     

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