This years camp was fantastic. It was really great for the state officer team to connect and interact with our members. Even though camp was only two days this year, we got a lot of things done. From our team games to our workshops, we all succeeded in learning about leadership. I am very proud of everyone and what we have accomplished.
Sonika, you are exactly right. This year has been unbelievable! I've been very happy to see all the HOSA campers! This is the largest number of campers EVER at HOSA camp! It is the main event of the year! Thank you a lot for sharing with us!
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The camp Clements conducted in September was an amazing display of adventure and these camps are gaining more popularity due to this reason. The description about this camp has created an interest in my mind to attend one of these sought of camps. Good job guys and keep posting more updates in this genre.
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