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Camp·er

(kahm'pĕr),
Pieter, Dutch physician and anatomist, 1721-1789. See: Camper chiasm, fatty layer of subcutaneous tissue of abdomen, Camper ligament, Camper line, Camper plane.
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Be it reminding staff about the developmental tasks of incoming campers, consulting with food service about special diets, working with maintenance to increase shade places, or talking to a parent about an incoming camper's needs, the proactive style of today's camp health program has moved from a support service to an integral part of the program itself.
A letter describing the study was sent to parents of campers one-month prior to camp.
Camp staff's main objective is to get to know the campers and bond with them, encouraging the youth to have expectations greater than that of their parent who is imprisoned.
After acknowledging her feelings, get her to think about who she would spend time with if she could choose one or two campers out of the whole group.
1 -- cover -- color) ON THE COVER: The lights of the San Fernando Valley sparkle below the tent of a pair of urban campers.
Add the excitement of the outdoors--and the incomparable friendship of quality young men and women--and campers are in for a truly unique experience.
Located in southeastern Wisconsin, it serves campers from three different ethnic neighborhoods in Chicago: Pilsen, West Town, and Humboldt Park.
These campers get to enjoy swimming, diving and kayaking.
Growing up in an increasingly competitive and stressful world, it is important for our campers to learn healthy and rewarding ways to spend their leisure time.
The camp averages from 60 to 100 campers in any given week, depending on which schools are in session.
Taught in a fun and relaxed atmosphere, ACE campers are placed in small classes, loosely based upon age and experience.