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Summer Camp #128782

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 26, 1990
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Ron Claiborne) The big business of summer camp for kids examined; details given of role of consultants in helping parents and children choose the right camp. [Student camp and trip advisors' Beverly SHIFFMAN - explains helping children select the right camp; says the yuppie generation wants it "all" for their kids.] [Mother Barbara ABROMOVITZ - comments.] [Student camp and trip advisors' Susan SCHWARTZ - says working parents want kids in camp.] [Student camp and trip advisors' Joan WEINER - says kids want things that look good on college application.] [Teens Chloe COMINS, Adam WEINER - say colleges like kids that travel.]

Claiborne, Ron;
Simpson, Carole

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