ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Attention all parents! Is your child home for the summer and are you looking for exciting things to do? Not quite sure of the best ways to find safe but fun activities? Camp Little Victors is here to help!
For the first time ever, the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan Health System is offering a ‘virtual’ summer camp experience.
Camp Little Victors will last for six weeks, starting July 9, and includes a weekly email that details family-friendly activities, safety tips, information about nutrition, and kid-friendly recipes. Each email will include exciting videos, including a kid-friendly aerobics demonstration and cooking tutorials.
It’s all the fun of camp -- without sunburns or bug bites.
Anyone, anywhere, can sign up online for free until July 9. For those who live near U-M, there will also be a tent set up on Sunday, July 8, at Ann Arbor Summer Festival Top of the Park to help families sign up between 5 and 8 p.m. The first 500 participants in Camp Little Victors will get free “Hail to the (little) Victors” T-shirts by mail.
Patients interested in learning more about Camp Little Victors at the U-M Health System should visit http://www.mottchildren.org/camp
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Written by Rebeka Cohan