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Hartford's Camp Courant is the largest free day camp in the nation, serving more than 1100 Hartford children during the summer season. Children ages 5 through 12 who live in the City of Hartford participate in a variety of recreational, educational, and cultural programs at the campsite in Farmington. Transportation, two nutritious meals a day, health care screenings and a bathing suit (if needed) are provided to every child. All of the programs are geared towards developing self-esteem, building positive relationships and having fun. Contributions from the community are needed each year to maintain this free summer program for Hartford children.

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Family Owned Small Business Provides HUGE Support to Hartford’s Camp Courant

Complete Automotive Repair Service Contributes Gift of $3,000 to Hartford’s Kids In a world where big businesses usually dominate philanthropic efforts, it is wonderful to hear the occasional story of the ‘little guy’s’ push in making a difference in their community. Hartford’s Camp Courant (HCC) received outstanding news this week, as Complete Automotive Repair Specialists (CARS) of Cromwell contributed a gift of $3,000 for the
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NEW Leadership Positions Announced to Camp’s Board of Directors

Board and Advisory Board of Directors Added to Current Roster  At a recent Board of Directors meeting held at The Hartford Courant, Chairman of Board of Hartford’s Camp Courant (HCC), Gene Sheehan, was proud to announce the addition of several new names to the Board and Advisory Board of the oldest and largest FREE summer program currently in the United States. Three additions were
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Hartford’s Camp Courant 120th Anniversary Highlighted by Partnership with MRW Connected

Launch of NEW Camp Website Set for Opening Day of the 2014 Camp Season  Throughout 2014, Hartford’s Camp Courant (HCC) will promote new projects and partnerships in celebration of an extraordinary milestone of service to Hartford’s children for 120 years. As Camp opens its doors this summer, the ability to connect to a variety of constituents has never been more important in moving the
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