Summer camp isn’t just a place for students to go when school is out, it’s an opportunity to enrich and foster a child’s sense of adventure, imagination, and curiosity. This is why Camp EDMO is offering an opportunity for BIPOC-identifying kids to attend one week of camp in-person for FREE.
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