A Milwaukee-based charity that hosts camp for children with HIV or AIDS says it will hold sessions this fall for the 88 campers who had a summer session in Minnesota canceled due to the swine flu.
One Heartland had to cancel its July session of Camp Heartland in eastern Minnesota's Willow River because two volunteer staff members were diagnosed with the swine flu virus. None of the children had the virus.
But the charity said Thursday it has raised enough money to reschedule the sessions for October and November. Information about the new sessions has already been sent out to families.
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