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Summer program helps bridge a learning gap
Annual camp at Georgia Southern brings 60 children of migrant workers for education and fun
Georgia Migrant Education Summer Program camper Cynthia Rivera, 14, right, gets a soccer juggling lesson from Tormenta FC Team 2 player Alejo Binaghi during afternoon activity time at Georgia Southern University on June 23.
Each summer, the Georgia Migrant Education Summer Program brings about 60 children to the campus of Georgia Southern University for a two weeks of camps of varied educational, artistic and athletic activities.
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