Longview camp ‘does it big’ for underprivileged children
Longview — It’s a camp for underprivileged children, but summer missionary Alex Barron said serving there this summer has taught him a lesson, too: that he’s blessed to have a roof over his head.
Many of the children at Camp Rescue don’t have a home of their own. But the program run by Hiway 80 Rescue Mission is providing about 20 children from kindergarten through 12th grade a summer camp for seven weeks.
“I’ve realized how lucky we are to have a roof over our heads and a house to go home to every night,” said Barron, a substitute teacher at Pine Tree ISD. “This is a great way to spend the summer.”
The camp, which mainly serves homeless children staying at the mission and neighborhood children from low-income families, is in its sixth week.
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