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Camp Korey looking for therapy animals

Campers at Camp Korey enjoy visits from therapy animals during their visit. The camp is currently looking for animals and handlers willing to come visit the children. - Contributed photo
Campers at Camp Korey enjoy visits from therapy animals during their visit. The camp is currently looking for animals and handlers willing to come visit the children.
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Camp Korey, located in Carnation, Wash., is looking for therapy animals to visit the camp.

The animals help lift the spirits of the ailing children at the camp. Dogs, cats, birds and even miniature horses are welcome. All handlers and pets are screened.

Camp Korey offers an overnight camp experience for children ages seven through 17 who have a serious or life altering medical condition.

To learn more contact program coordinator Diane Rich at (425) 576-1146 or via email at askdiane@aol.com.

 

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