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Nature Camp for Children with Special Needs Gets Kids Out in Georgia

Albany Herald – December 08, 2012
By Pete Skiba

Nature Camp for Children with Special Needs Gets Kids Out in Georgia A smile, a laugh, other kids and time outside enjoying activities and nature all can rate as awesome to children and their parents. That's what Patti Sumner said as her son Jordan did his best to imitate the slithering tongue of a bald python at the Nature Camp for Children with Special Needs that was conducted Saturday at Chehaw. "Awesome. It is just so good for children with special needs to get outside," Sumner, of Worth County, said. "And it is good to have something to do that parents can see the children enjoying." Sumner heard about the camp from…
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