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August 5, 2011 11:06 PM

Granbury camp for grieving kids shares lessons with Japan

A team of officials from Japan is visiting a summer grief camp along the Brazos River called Camp El Tesoro de la Vida, Spanish for "Treasure of Life," with plans to replicate it for children who lost relatives in the earthquake and tsunami.

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