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Morgan Burnette, P. R. Coordinator Morgan Burnette, P. R. Coordinator
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

 Ever wonder what it's like to take care of wild animals? how to survive in a jungle? Or what creepy crawlers come out after dark?     

Children are learning those lessons and more at Chehaw's themed summer camps.  

They may come home a little dirty because there are a lot of hands-on activities.     

They're sure to have some good stories to tell.   "They re week long half day, full day from ages 5 to 12. Kids have a blast they have different themes they have reptile camp zoo keeper camps,  we wear ‘em out," said Morgan Burnette, P. R. Coordinator.  

To find out more about the different day camps at Chehaw and how to sign up, call 430-5275 or click www.chehaw.org .

 

 

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