Sowing the Seeds of a Special Summer Camp

By Mary Ashton Mills   When 8-year-old Katherine Ivey asked her mother, Sterling, when she would get a chance to go to overnight camp like older sister Ansley, age 14, and older brother Patrick, age 16, the innocent request hit a chord with Sterling. It never occurred to her that Katherine would want to go to summer camp. But then she thought, “What child wouldn’t want to go to camp?” Canoeing and archery and campfires and nighttime cricket sounds sing to the heart of a kid. This is the stuff summer is made of. Nonetheless, Sterling knew she would have...

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