Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City to host Great Lakes Burn Camp kids

Great Lakes Coast Guard NewsTRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City is scheduled to host kids and counselors from the Great Lakes Burn Camp, Sunday.

Activities at the camp will include: an inflatable obstacle course and bouncy house; sumo suits; and static display of the Coast Guard MH-65C Dolphin helicopter. The event is sponsored by local companies within the area.

The Great Lakes Burn Camp was established in 1995 as a special place for kids, aged 7-17, who have suffered burn injuries to meet, heal, grow and support other burn survivors. Camp attendees share their stories and bond with other kids in a comfortable, relaxed environment. Unconditional love and acceptance is only part of what each camper is able to receive at the camp. It is a place where burn victims become burn survivors.

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