Kids are doing fun kid things at Camp Spaulding again this summer

Holden Kenne and Aiden Sloan take a break from street hockey to demonstrate camp cameraderie. Or something.
Holden Kenne and Aiden Sloan take a break from street hockey to demonstrate camp cameraderie. Or something.
Tate Sheehan takes aim at the target (and the offered reward of a handful of Cheez-Its).
Tate Sheehan takes aim at the target (and the offered reward of a handful of Cheez-Its).
Sabastian Mallalieu takes the plunge.
Sabastian Mallalieu takes the plunge.
Nico Day gives Colin Ala a lift.
Nico Day gives Colin Ala a lift.
M.J. Denaris cruises down the zip line next to the super-cool ropes course.
M.J. Denaris cruises down the zip line next to the super-cool ropes course.

After a brief hiatus, Camp Spaulding in Concord is back, and it’s sort of brand new this year thanks to a creative partnership between Child and Family Services of N.H., the Concord Family YMCA and the YMCA of Greater Nashua (the only such collaboration of its kind in the country, according to Kat Strange of Child and Family Services). The new setup features a day camp as well as the traditional residential camp, and if our visit is any indication, everything gets a big fat thumbs up from the kiddos.

Author: Keith Testa

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