Camp helps children have fun outdoors

James, Laurie Barker
July 2008
Fort Worth Business Press;7/7/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 26, p10
The article offers information on Camp Sanguinity, Cook Children's Medical Center's summer camp for medically needy children that is held at Camp John Marc near Meridian, Texas from July 6-11, 2008. Cathy Reagan Sheffield of the Harris Methodist Health Foundation and a volunteer for the camp says Camp Sanguinity is specifically for children with cancer and blood disorders. Jill Koss of the Cook Children's Medical Center talks about the camp's camper-to-counselor program.


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