Organizers with Camp Good Days say they are not giving up.
At this point, the camp’s summer session has been pushed to August 1st, but they are holding out hope.
“What was normal the past years will not be normal this year at camp,” Gary Mervis said to the Chronicle-Express. The camp is planning a number of safety measures.
If they were forced to shut down for a year – it would be the first they missed.
Camp Good Days helps children and families dealing with cancer and other life challenges from their camp along Keuka Lake.
Even if they are able to go forward, Camp Good Days expects a lower turnout than normal this year.
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