“We have the opportunity to teach them different activities that are going to be life skills that they are going to need as they go. And this is their opportunity to just be kids for awhile in a really safe environment.”
Pam Duncan, nurse approaching her
40th year at The Children's Hospital at OU Medical Center and president of the Cavett Kids Foundation board
“Every kid that I've met is living every day with a smile on their face, happy to be here. I haven't seen anybody negative or down. Everybody is kind of feeding off each other, and they're there for each other with comfort and support. It's just an awesome atmosphere.”
Mary Ohm, 24, camp counselor
“This kind of helps me connect with others and kind of feel what they are going through. I think in the long run it will make me a definite better person.”
Jimmy Turner, 16, El Reno, camper
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