Camping at the lake

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Realty firm treats 5th graders to 3 days of fun, excitement

By Emily Pollok

Campfires with s’mores, the great outdoors, fresh air and fun activities – for many kids, this is just a normal part of their childhood.
But for other kids, camping trips are just something they read about in books.
At Lake Wylie, YMCA Camp Thunderbird hosts hundreds of kids from all over the county each year. But students at Brooklyn Springs Elementary in Lancaster were missing out due to the Title 1 school’s lack of fundraising options to finance the trip.

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