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Camp’s entertainment based on reality shows

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The Muscular Dystrophy Association’s annual, week-long Nevada summer camp entertained 55 campers along with staff July 24-30 at the Nevada State 4-H campgrounds in South Lake Tahoe.

The themed summer camp, “Camp Reality,” was a favorite among MDA campers. Everyday, campers played games inspired by television’s obsession with reality.

One day revisited the game show, “The Price Is Right.” Another day, campers participated in a competition dubbed “MDA Idol.” Seventeen-year-old Josh Hart won the competition after performing an original rap.

“Being crowned MDA Idol was great,” said Hart, a returning camper. “It was really cool for everyone to see me perform something that I wrote.”

Following the week’s events – including poker, swimming, arts and crafts and a pie-eating contest- campers and counselors barbecued prior to award presentations.

Each camper attended at a cost of $600, funded by charitable contributions.

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For additional information on the summer camp or other MDA services, contact MDA Health Care Services Coordinator Toni Johnson at (702) 822-6920.

MDA is a voluntary health agency working to defeat more than 43 neuromuscular diseases through worldwide research, comprehensive services and far-reaching professional and public health education.

In addition to funding ground-breaking research, MDA funds UMC Quick Care in Las Vegas.

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