Kids given avenue to tackle life's painful moments
WILLMAR -- As the children arrived at Camp G.K. Bear Saturday morning, some of them were too shy to talk.
But by mid-morning, they were absorbed with storybooks and picture-drawing about life, death, grief and remembering.
It was the hope of Brenda Wiese that each child could leave at the end of the day with a newly gained measure of comfort and even resilience.
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