Camp counselor Ben Brannan, center, jokes with campers Samantha Columbus, 12, left, and Samantha Moore, 11, right, as they walk from the soccer field to the next period at Camp Cherokee.
Camp counselor Ben Brannan, center, jokes with campers Samantha Columbus, 12, left, and Samantha Moore, 11, right, as they walk from the soccer field to the next period at Camp Cherokee.
Camp counselor Ben Brannan, center, jokes with campers Samantha Columbus, 12, left, and Samantha Moore, 11, right, as they walk from the soccer field to the next period at Camp Cherokee.

A day at camp

July 21, 2007 11:32 PM

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