Where too much fun is never enough!
Hi, I'd like to introduce you to Camp Ko-Man-She, a camp for youth with diabetes mellitus. Youth with diabetes need a unique environment conducive to meeting their specific needs. Camp Ko-Man-She provides a safe, healthy and natural environment for your child's camping adventure. Programs offered at camp have been well thought out and planned for maximum stimulation and enjoyment of your child. A goal of camp is to teach skills to your child that will help them manage their own diabetes.
2006 Camping Sessions Junior Week Ages 8 - 12 July 15-19, 2006 Senior Week Ages 13 - 17 July 9-13, 2006
Camp Ko-Man-She is a safe place for your child to enjoy their self. The camp's doctors, nurses and staff are trained to help your child in the management of their diabetes. Whatever the activity, swimming, canoeing, horseback riding or the ropes course, a doctor, nurses and trained staff is always in attendance.
Camp Ko-Man-She has been operation since 1963 and is accredited by the American Camping Association. Ask your doctor about us.
We only have space for 50 campers the first session and 65 the second session. The prompt return of your application is very important. Camp is held at the Wilson Outdoor Center in Bellefontaine, Ohio.
Questions? That's not unusual just give us a call we will answer all your questions. You can call the Diabetes Association of the Dayton Area at 937-220-6611.
All youth enjoy camp; Camp Ko-Man-She is a perfect safe and fun atmosphere to let your youth enjoy camp life. HEY, mom and dad it gives you some relief also.
Request your application immediately in order to reserve your spot for a fun and exciting week at Camp Ko-Man-She, "Where too much fun is never enough".
You may write to us at:Diabetes Association / Dayton Area - DADA
West Medical Plaza
1 Elizabeth Place, Suite 180
Dayton, OH 45408
Last Updated: Thursday February 05, 2009 17:44:34
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