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2021-Highlights For The Camp

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Being a kid with kidney disease can be tough. Early on, children with kidney disease realize they’re not like everyone else. People stare at the bulging access in their arm or look uncomfortable when they see the exposed surgical scars across their chest. Being a kid with kidney disease can be tough. Early on, children with kidney disease realize they’re not like everyone else. People stare at the bulging access in their arm or look uncomfortable when they see the exposed surgical scars across their chest. In Germany, his troop prepared for combat multiple times, but never had to battle. Harold said one thing he learned from his service was how to take care of himself. He explained that 60 percent of casualties happen during a first military excursion, and then it drops down to 25 percent by the second. “You learn rather quickly how to take care of yourself out there,” he said. He said he owes his success later in life to his military experience, because that’s where he gained self-confidence. Harold was one of five men who qualified to study at Cambridge based off his service entry exam results. However, instead of attending college after his service, he began to work at a local plant to continue supporting his family. By the time he retired, every plant manager except for him had a four-year degree

2020-A Virtual Camp Year

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This is a test of the highlight for Virtual Camp Okawehna 2020. We are sad that we were unable to be with our campers this year but excited about the possibilities surrounding a virtual camp experience! 

2017-Highlights For The Camp

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Being a kid with kidney disease can be tough. Early on, children with kidney disease realize they’re not like everyone else. People stare at the bulging access in their arm or look uncomfortable when they see the exposed surgical scars across their chest. Being a kid with kidney disease can be tough. Early on, children with kidney disease realize they’re not like everyone else. People stare at the bulging access in their arm or look uncomfortable when they see the exposed surgical scars across their chest. In Germany, his troop prepared for combat multiple times, but never had to battle. Harold said one thing he learned from his service was how to take care of himself. He explained that 60 percent of casualties happen during a first military excursion, and then it drops down to 25 percent by the second. “You learn rather quickly how to take care of yourself out there,” he said. He said he owes his success later in life to his military experience, because that’s where he gained self-confidence. Harold was one of five men who qualified to study at Cambridge based off his service entry exam results. However, instead of attending college after his service, he began to work at a local plant to continue supporting his family. By the time he retired, every plant manager except for him had a four-year degree

For more information, please contact:

Andy Parker

Phone: (615) 327-3061
Email: CampO@dciinc.org