Despite missing four weeks of summer, Chester Bowl Summer Camp in Duluth has gone off without a hitch. This year, 48 campers, as opposed to the usual 65, are divided up into three groups that don’t intermingle. This allows for more social distancing and contact tracing if there were to be any issues with the coronavirus. Activities and games have been modified to limit contact. The camp is held entirely outdoors unless it rains, then campers wear masks while waiting out the rain inside.
Written By: Tyler Schank |