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News 12: Camp Helen Keller Comes to Brooklyn this Summer

Learn about Helen Keller Services for the Blind's new Brooklyn-based camp for children that are blind and have low vision. Register for camp today.

Welcome back. A special camp is coming to our borough this summer. For the first time ever, Helen Keller Services is offering a free two-week camping experience in August for blind and visually impaired children between the ages of 7 and 14. Registration is now open at the Fort Hamilton army base in Bay Ridge. This unique Brooklyn experience builds on the successful Long Island-based camp that’s been inspiring visually impaired children to focus on their abilities for more than 50 years. [End of Transcript]

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