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And Beware the Deranged Counselor

As you wrestle with choosing a camp, a counselor has a few tips for your kids: use soap, lose the Gameboy, and don't get mad if someone calls you Bam-Bam.

(Photo by Janet Jensen/Tacoma News Tribute/MCT)
By Natalie Bailey
February 10, 2008

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Dear Camper, This is your counselor writing. I know summer is still several chilly months away, but let me tell you a few things before you embark on what could be the best time you've ever had. While there is no way to guarantee summer camp will be a life-altering experience, there are some things you can do to make ... (Full article: 723 words)

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