Salvation Army bringing ‘Camp in a Box’ to kids in this N.J. city

Jul 24, 2020 | by NJ.com

From NJ.com: The Salvation Army in New Brunswick traditionally holds an eight-week camp from July to August with roughly 80 kids in attendance between the ages of six and 12. Executive orders from Gov. Phil Murphy and the spread of the coronavirus have made it too difficult to do it this summer, so staff members got a little creative.

Instead of kids showing up in person, Fabi Soto, the after school program and summer day camp director decided to go with “Camp in a Box.”

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