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Summer camps booked solid, build community

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Salem-Keizer Public Schools are hosting nearly 200 camp sessions this summer, and it still wasn’t enough to meet the interest of students and families.

“I am still getting calls every day to see if we can squeeze more kids in, but we are full,” said Nichole Spearman-Eskelson, the district’s coordinator of summer programming. Each of the various camps being offered topped out at 25-30 students.

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