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ICE Tour Stops At Sunrise Day Camp

by Staff Writer / New York Islanders

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With the temperatures reaching almost 100 degrees, the ICE Tour made a special stop today in Henry Kaufman Campgrounds to pay their friends at the Sunrise Day Camp a special visit. The camp is designed to fit the emotional, physical, and recreational needs of all the children there, while still allowing them to enjoy the comfort of their own homes at night. From 10am to 1pm, the slap shot booth, Sparky, and Ice Girls were all on hand for the campers to enjoy. Sparky and the Ice Girls had a great time playing and dancing with the children. The children also did their best impersonation of their favorite Islander as they took their best shot in the slap shot booth trying to go top shelf or five hole. The Sunrise Day Camp is a camp for children aged 3 to 16 years old who have been diagnosed with some form of cancer. The camp is unique because it is the only day camp like this dedicated in the nation. To learn more about this amazing program and to find out how you can help these children, visit them on the web at
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