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Lincoln East Rotary Club hosts picnic for disabled kids

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Posted By: Camila Orti
corti@klkntv.com

Summer camp comes to a close with a bang for the 'Sum-Fun' kids with a picnic hosted by the Lincoln East Rotary Club.

It's something The Rotary Club has been doing for more than 30 years.

Easterday Recreation Center Associate Director, Monica Manning, says it's everybody's favorite event of the summer.

"We love this, this is the highlight- the end of the summer for us," Manning said. "The staff really look forward to it, the kids are super excited that they get to have their parents come to camp for a day."

The 'Sum-Fun' camps are for kids of all ages with special needs and disabilities.

Manning said besides eating picnic food, the campers put on skits and dances that they've prepared for their parents.

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