Sumner is the time for many adults to fondly recall their experiences in summer camp. And I am proud to say that I am one of them.
I attended a sleep-a-way camp for seven straight summers starting at age six. As a camper, I always looked forward to Color War, the team competition ritually held during the last weeks of camp.
The campers were split into two teams. Half were picked for the Blue Team, and the other half for the White, by two opposing
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