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I talk with two Emily's about how their summers at Quaker camps shaped the people they are today.  The first Emily attended Camp Dark Waters with me, and shares how the experience showed it her what it meant to be valued; the second featured Emily (Emily Higgs) speaks of how her years at Camp Catoctin in Maryland influenced her religious and spiritual path.  Both women have inspiring insights into how Quaker camps can deeply nurture young, burgeoning spirits.

 

 

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