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-- -- right here on the plaza camp sunshine -- -- they're great organization that allows kids battling illnesses to get some time away with their families.
And just be kids experiencing the fun.
The gains and can't just like anyone else.
That a little is the executive director of the camp sunshine and he joins us right here on the plus guy stick to CN -- hi -- thank -- -- sharp -- at -- here.
We love yeah.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Telling the activities that you put these -- a lot of the activities here are some of the activities we haven't camp sunshine can sometimes a retreat for children with life threatening illnesses and their families.
So it's important for us to have.
Arts and crafts and a lot of the findings basketball shooting hoops and face painting things that kids can enjoy in the family can enjoy it of course you've partnered with tropical stability which is why everybody has the delicious hey Eric Eric let me start -- what does this mean for your handling.
It didn't a lot to our families it's a place where we go where we kind of feel little normal is -- -- and how the situation to put it through.
Get to meet other family.
Tom enjoy time with them learn about their journeys as well draw some comparisons and draws a lot of support emotionally from from all experience.
-- -- domain -- -- -- -- we just towns in America absolutely absolutely beautiful and we -- families from all around the country and all around the world.
That's do you plan to tell -- about your son now.
Alan Duncan when you're feeling -- photos the week before Chris Smith.
You pennant fever is often on his then took him to the pediatrician.
I felt something that that demand and -- the holiest site this win today but how will this tumor which is safe to merit and the kids.
Couple days later he had his right kidney in the -- -- -- -- the -- went up underneath his rib cage -- down into his -- They -- a parent and they had six months of chemotherapy and it's.
-- -- radiation.
Hank done it what do you think in this camp.
You look at such and would you like today.
-- -- and here are great for an hour or so in the middle of all of this you Wallace family went to camp sunshine.
Yeah we actually went to camps until the first time about three days after his final treatment.
In June it was our first session there we've been there are a full six times now how did.
It's it really is fantastic yeah I definitely have -- it does I mean you know we get did look like they were saying we get to do stuff that.
We expect normal again we get to do fun things in the kids get that fun.
And we form our own family through and other family that we met there this -- we just got some -- yesterday.
And we had about -- other families that we've known for the past four years that we've all come back the same.
-- and and then we we really can't leave and then they all want to come back this same time it is a huge.
It's great having a beautiful -- thanks so much for sharing your story with us and that quite -- we will -- out how people can learn more about camp sunshine get more involved.
They really appreciate you guys being here let's go --
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