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« on: August 01, 2006, 08:34:35 PM »
This is an interesting referral website in that it refers (free of charge) to overnght camps for kids and teen programs such as the ones highlighted below.  

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Camp FindersŪ is a free service which matches children ages 6-18 with appropriate overnight summer camps and teen programs.

Since 1994, Camp FindersŪ   has personally visited approximately 175 sleepaway camps and various teen programs. During this time period, Camp Finders? has been placing children in overnight camps and in the following teen programs: teen tours; wilderness camps & outdoor adventure; college enrichment; community service; sailing, SCUBA, & marine biology programs; foreign language programs and more...

Overnight camps (all visited by Camp Finders) - these are generally on the East Coast of the USA, in states such as Pennsylvania, New York, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina & Florida.  

Camp FindersŪ has also visited sleepaway camps in other areas - N. Wisconsin & Colorado.

Teen programs - these are located all over the USA, as well as in Canada, Europe, Australia, Central America, the Caribbean & Virgin Islands, Israel & more...

Testimonials from Parents:

http://www.campfinders.com/parentcomments.htm
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« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2006, 09:04:21 PM »
I was thinking that they might not be bad, but the location of the "teen programs" is what proves the evil.

The copyright is 2002 so I think this might be a ghost page.

There's still websites out there referring to Dundee Ranch and Casa by the Sea. Someone either fell asleep at the wheel, didn't get the memo, or maybe wised the fuck up..
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« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2006, 10:00:30 PM »
Quote from: ""Milk Gargling Death Penal""
I was thinking that they might not be bad, but the location of the "teen programs" is what proves the evil.

The copyright is 2002 so I think this might be a ghost page.

There's still websites out there referring to Dundee Ranch and Casa by the Sea. Someone either fell asleep at the wheel, didn't get the memo, or maybe wised the fuck up..


do help us out here ... please
what is it about location that "proves the evil"  universities exist in the same areas, often (in fact, usually) have teen students, and many offer summer programs for students.  if one or more such summer programs accepted teens, would that make them evil?
and are page contents and/or layouts and/or designs to be changed yearly and new copyright filings (at some cost) made to not be a ghost?
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« Reply #3 on: August 02, 2006, 12:12:35 AM »
The referral diva Sue Scheff links to Camp Finders on PURE, and she says:
"PURE has personally used their services and they have an impeccable reputation with a longevity of success with many families."

That right there is enough to make one ask: Can this really be a great, safe program for little kids?
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