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August 6, 2014 11:28 PM

York c​amp lets children with genetic diseases be ‘free’

At Bethelwoods Camp and Conference Center, on the shore of a small fishing pond, a child-sized electric wheelchair sat empty on Wednesday morning. The usual occupant, a young boy, was off in a canoe, paddling through the water like an old pro.

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