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Camp Good News will take place at Camp Allen in Navasota from June 8-13. It is free for girls and boys ages 10 to 15 who has an incarcerated parent. Camp director Ed Davis, a Huntsville native, is hoping to provide kids with an uplifting week of spiritual and physical activities.
Good News in Navasota: Free summer camp open to kids with parents in prison
For many young children, seeing a parent behind bars can be a traumatizing experience.
Unfortunately, the young people often become the victims in cases dealing with imprisoned parents.
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas has worked hard to give these young folks a place where they feel accepted and can share their experiences with others who are going through the same pain.
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Smartphone kill switches are coming
Smartphones need kill switches. It's a relatively easy solution to the pricey (and irritating) problem of smartphone theft. But who would have thought that the big carriers would team up with Apple, Google, Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung and lots of other manufacturers to voluntarily begin adding the technology by July 2015? The cooperative spirit! It makes so much sense!
April 18, 2014
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Cally Belcher's death was a tragedy ahead of its time
As a defensive back for the Huntsville Hornets from 1987-89, Cally Belcher was an intimidating tackler during a time in football when hitting was one of the more glamorous elements of the sport.
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- Cally Belcher's death was a tragedy ahead of its time