Camp Quality goers don't dwell on shared cancer experiences
August 6, 2017
MER ROUGE, La. (AP) — Kids swam and played on the final day of Camp Quality, a summer camp for kids with cancer and their siblings, July 27 in Mer Rouge.
Camille, 10, of Ruston, stuck her face underwater as she swam toward the edge of the pool, floating on an orange foam noodle.
Her sister, Keeley, 7, dove underwater, popped back up for air, and dove again. An adult volunteer picked her up and tossed her back into the pool.
Another sister, Chloe, swam in the deep end of the pool.
Noah, 11, of West Monroe, leaped off the edge, hands outstretched to catch a volleyball.
Inside the mess hall,...