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Sat, April 17

Families of kids with special needs enjoy activities, support at Camp Runamuk

Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier<br>Campers at Camp Runamuk play a game of tag as part of the gross-motor skills portion of the camp in Prescott Saturday morning. Families who attend the camp with support staff from the nonprofit Foundation for Exceptional Kids will take part in different therapies, presentations about how to handle behavior situations, find funding resources and take part in crafts, hiking, horseback riding and zip-lining.

Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier<br>Campers at Camp Runamuk play a game of tag as part of the gross-motor skills portion of the camp in Prescott Saturday morning. Families who attend the camp with support staff from the nonprofit Foundation for Exceptional Kids will take part in different therapies, presentations about how to handle behavior situations, find funding resources and take part in crafts, hiking, horseback riding and zip-lining.

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