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www.wmfd.com - Children ages six to thirteen who have lost a loved one are invited to the ninth annual Children's Grief Camp.

   
 
 
Ninth Children's Grief Camp Coming In July

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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Children ages six to thirteen who have lost a loved one are invited to the ninth annual Children's Grief Camp. It will be held Thursday through Saturday, July 24th through 26th, from 9:30 to 2:30 each day, at Home Care Matters at 1220 North Market Street in Galion. This year's camp comes with a new Superheroes format, designed to teach children they have to power to defeat grief. For the first time, parents will have the opportunity to be involved in the grief camp. Even more fun will be various obstacles such as the Maze of Fear and Box of Worry, to teach children they can challenge and defeat grief. The camp is free, and can take up to 75 children, but registration is required. Go to www.homecarematters.org for information.

   
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