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Campers Smile Their Way Toward Another School Year


When a lack of sun scuttled plans for Solar-Powered S'mores, the crowd moved inside the Field House ...
When a lack of sun scuttled plans for Solar-Powered S’mores, the crowd moved inside the Field House …
... for that joyously obvious camp favorite: dodgeball!
… for that joyously obvious camp favorite: dodgeball!
With a concrete canvas stretched before them, campers and their student assistants join forces on an expansive piece of self-expression.
With a concrete canvas stretched before them, campers and their student assistants join forces on an expansive piece of self-expression.
The beauty of campus surrounds the Field House, "home base" for Camp ESCAPE's varied schedule of activities.
The beauty of campus surrounds the Field House, “home base” for Camp ESCAPE’s varied schedule of activities.
Sidewalk bonding, Boys of Summer-style
Sidewalk bonding, Boys of Summer-style

As the calendar and the back-to-school ads conspire to remind us, summer has entered the home stretch. But, oh, what a summer it has been for youngsters enrolled in Penn College’s Camp ESCAPE! Offering seven weeks of field trips, crafts, cooking, games and all manner of other seasonal fun, the popular camp ended this week – but not before one of PCToday’s most accomplished observers lent her artful eye to the proceedings.
Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer

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