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Keeping kids safe during summer break

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School is almost out, and that means it’s time for families to start enjoying their summer. Many times, parents take this opportunity to send their kids to summer camp. WUFT-FM’s Samantha Taub has the details on some new changes, and why parents can feel even more safe about sending their kids off to camps for the summer.

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