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How’s sleep-away camp going? Check the pics

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Posted: Friday, June 20, 2014 7:00 pm

NEW YORK — Not long ago, parents who sent children to sleep-away camp might wait days or even weeks for a letter. And they’d be lucky if their kids’ scribbled notes home said anything beyond “Send candy!” or “I’m homesick.”

But now, many camps post photos and even videos online daily so parents can see what kids are doing — everything from cabin life to campfires to canoeing. Camp Dora Golding in Pennsylvania’s Poconos Mountains has even launched a cellphone app so parents can easily access pictures on Facebook and Instagram.

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