Foster Siblings Reunite at Summer Camp

Dozens of children come to Port Orchard, Wash., each summer to reconnect with their siblings separated by adoption.
1:03 | 08/15/14

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Most young Brothers and sisters get the chance to see each other every day. But for some Foster children in Washington State they only have a chance for one week out of the -- Whole year from the outside this summer camp is no different from any other gains dancing food and whole Lotta fun. But that's not why dozens of children come to Port Orchard Washington each summer. If the camp to. Come together and does become a family -- mostly here. Become -- -- they are family camp to belong is hosting 88 Foster children and their siblings this year. And for some it's their only chance to see their Brothers and sisters. -- Danny -- -- his Brothers are relishing the chance to catch up with their sister but. But that's camp we're very very -- there will. -- good -- single hair often times siblings will get split up by the State's Foster care system and adopted by different families. So a group called Foster family connections brings them together from all across the state it's only a -- but here. The children make a lifetime worth of memories.

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