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The 7th Annual Gluten Free Michigan Kids Camp will be held June 29-July 3. This camp is a sponsored by the Michigan Capital Celiac Group/DH Chapter 43 of the Celiac Support Association in cooperation with the Greater Grand Rapids MI YMCA Camp Manitou Lin Middleville Michigan. The Michigan Capital Celiac Group members and volunteers supervise and help prepare the food to make sure everything is gluten free and accomodates other food allergies as well. The YMCA Camp supervises all activities. The children have regular camp activities such as swimming, kayaking, canoeing, zip line, horseback riding, archery, hiking, nature studies, art, many group games, and other activities. They eat in a separate area so everything on the table is gluten free. We accomodate children with other food allergies. Cost is $355 for any member of any YMCA and $417 for non members. Contact information:
Yahoo Health Groups Gluten Free Michigan Kids Camp
Facebook: Gluten Free Michigan Kids Camp
Call Greta 517 349 0294
Call camp 1 888 909 2267
Website to check out camp: www.grymca.org/camp
All registrations are online at the www.grymca.org/camp. Registration is divided into male and female for purposes of cabin placement.