AFAA Camp 2012A Camp for Food Allergic Kids and Their FamiliesVOLUNTEER ORIENTATION
ORIENTATIONINTRODUCTIONPART 1 – BASIC INFORMATIONPART 2 – MEDICAL INFORMATIONPART 3 – MEALS & SNACKTIMESPART 4 – CAMPERS’ ...
INTRODUCTION
HISTORY No safe camp for kids with food allergies 2004 Planning Discussions began Site visits     Camp Fire organizati...
MISSIONThe purpose of AFAA Camp is to provide a camp experience forchildren, who - because of their food allergies - might...
OBJECTIVES1. Provide a safe camp experience for children with food allergies.2. Provide leadership training for food aller...
UNIQUENESS –      INCLUSIVENESS & SAFETY Age Range All Allergens (not just “Major 8”) Day-camp & Overnight Options Par...
WHEN & WHERE June 9, 10 (Saturday – Sunday) Voyageur Environmental Center   7000 County Road 15; Mound, Minnesota 55364 ...
PART 1 – BASIC INFORMATION
LAYOUTFacilities AFAA Camp uses: lodge, amphitheatre, parking lot,cabins, lake & waterfront & beach, archery range, trails...
REGISTRATION UPDATE Projected attendance 2012    19 children    13 adult campers    4 Medical staff    Numerous Activ...
STAFF ROLES Activity Leaders & Assistants Cabin Leaders & Assistants Physicians Medical Staff assisting physicians Ca...
2012 STAFF Sadie Atkinson, FEEDS Facilitator & Health Intern Dr. Ramalingham Arumugam, MN Gastroenterology* Lynn Gabrie...
SCHEDULE - SATURDAYTime            Activity8-8:45am        Camper check-in8:45-9am        Ice breaker string game9-9:30am ...
SCHEDULE - SUNDAYTime            Activity7-8am           Wake, clean up, packup8-8:15          Flag raising8:15-9:30am    ...
RAINY DAY ALTERNATIVES Indoor group games Yoga Nature Activities Indoor campfire
STATIONSCampers, upon arrival or departure visit these stations: Check-in/Check-out Health/Medical Cabins (or lodge for...
FORMS Communication Chart/Emergency Numbers Cabin Roster Incident Forms Behavior Forms Special Considerations noted o...
CONFIDENTIALITY Volunteers may not discuss or share campers’:    Medical information    Educational, demographic, relig...
EDUCATION FOR CAMPERS Food allergy reaction symptoms Autoinjector use (when/how) Meal Line with Meal Cards, Snack time ...
COMMUNICATION Medical Emergency   on-site M.D.     911   Nona/Jeff  and Keith; M.D.  parent (if applicable) Medical Need...
PART 2 – MEDICAL INFORMATION
HEALTH ISSUES FOOD ALLERGY TRIGGERS 2012 Campers –Milk, Egg, Peanut, Treenut, Fish, Shellfish, Soy, Wheat, Rye,Barley, Oa...
MEDICATION Reviewed and recorded by M.D. Distributed by M.D. with/without nurse’s or Directors’  assistance    M.D. qui...
EPINEPHRINE AUTOINJECTORS Brands: Epi-Pen, Twinject, Adrenaclick Athough M.D.s are with campers at all times and will  a...
HEALTH CHECK-IN PROCEDURE1. Greet and confirm name of camper2. Match camper with their registration forms3. Check that the...
HEALTH CHECK-IN PROCEDURE5. Listen to lung function:    5. Campers with compromised lung function should be medically trea...
HEALTH CHECK-OUT PROCEDURE Greet and confirm name of camper Match camper with their medical forms Check that medication...
M.D. RESPONSIBILITIES Medical Check-in when campers arrive Administration of medications throughout the day Possession ...
MEDICAL INCIDENTS In the event of a minor medical situation:     M.D. will be alerted by one Leader while other Leader s...
MEDICAL EMERGENCIES In the event of a major medical situation:    M.D. will be alerted by one Leader while other Leader ...
MEDICAL EMERGENCIES CONT’D All Minnesota ambulances are equipped with epinephrine,  oxygen, and defibrillators. Campers ...
PART 3 – MEALTIMES & SNACKS
MEALTIME OVERVIEWAllergen Cue CardsBuffet-line teachingWaiting line distractions/activities2 adults at each table!M.D...
MEALTIME SAFETY:   Adult Supervision Assignments Buffet line escort-educators for every child adults per table (2) room...
MEALTIME PROCEDURES -        Handwashing1. Cabin and Activity Leaders take campers to lodge bathrooms (basement   level) f...
MEALTIME PROCEDURES –Waiting in Line2. Campers and Leaders line up by cabin group in lodge   hallway outside of dining roo...
MEALTIME PROCEDURES –Buffet Line 4. Campers will be invited to go through buffet line 2 at a time with one Leader (midway ...
ALLERGEN CUE CARD
MEALTIME PROCEDURES CONT’D5. Parents who have more than one child will need Leaders to assist   them6. Remember that no-on...
MEALTIME CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES Scrape scraps into garbage can Put dirty dishes appropriate locations Put garbage & recycl...
MEALTIME CLEANERS Sweepers (depends on # of brooms) 2-3 table sanitizer sprayers (spray towels not tables) Chair movers...
MEALTIME CLEAN-UP      PROCEDURES CONTINUED Clean table first.     Spray sanitizer onto paper towels (2-3 campers will b...
MARSHMALLOWS/CAMPFIRE1. Two hours prior to campfire, area will be sprayed with yard insect   repellant2. Campers at-risk f...
MARSHMALLOWS/CAMPFIRE7. Disposable gloves used by staff to hand out each type of   marshmallow, with glove disposal betwee...
PART 4 – CAMPERS’ RESPONSIBILITIES
CAMPER RESPONSIBILITES Campers are responsible for their actions. Campers must respect themselves, other campers and adu...
DISCIPLINEWhen a camper does not follow the behavior guidelines, ParentLeaders or Staff or Volunteers will take the follow...
BEDS & BUNKBEDS Campers may choose their own bunkbeds Family campers (mothers with daughters; fathers with  sons) have f...
CABIN LEADERS – TASKS FOR CAMPERS   Tidy your bed   Put your clothes and things away after use   Hang wet clothes and t...
CAMPERS’ GOOD NIGHT ROUTINE Did all campers in the cabin: Brush teeth? Yes    No Use the toilet? Yes No Was the volume...
CABIN LEADERS – NIGHT & DAY Encourage campers to use toilet before bedtime (tired children  sometimes do not wake at nigh...
CONFIRMATION OF ORIENTATIONA Confirmation of Orientation form, and other forms referred to inthis presentation are at www....
Narrator – Jeff Schaefer               Copyright 2012
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  1. 1. AFAA Camp 2012A Camp for Food Allergic Kids and Their FamiliesVOLUNTEER ORIENTATION
  2. 2. ORIENTATIONINTRODUCTIONPART 1 – BASIC INFORMATIONPART 2 – MEDICAL INFORMATIONPART 3 – MEALS & SNACKTIMESPART 4 – CAMPERS’ RESPONSIBILITES
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION
  4. 4. HISTORY No safe camp for kids with food allergies 2004 Planning Discussions began Site visits  Camp Fire organization’s Camp Ojikita  other Minnesota camps 2009 Voyageur Environmental Center (Boys & Girls Club) AFAA IS THE FIRST FOOD ALLERGY CAMP IN THE U.S. – AND IS THE ONLY OVERNIGHT CAMP IN THE COUNTRY
  5. 5. MISSIONThe purpose of AFAA Camp is to provide a camp experience forchildren, who - because of their food allergies - might otherwise beunable to safely participate in a mainstream camp program.
  6. 6. OBJECTIVES1. Provide a safe camp experience for children with food allergies.2. Provide leadership training for food allergic teenagers & young adults.3. Provide food allergy & anaphylaxis education for children, their siblings and their parents.4. Promote improved self-care, self-image and independence for children with food allergies.5. Normalize food allergies among a group of peers.6. Reduce anxiety in parents.7. Provide respite from social & medical stressors involved in participating in group functions.8. Provide an opportunity for parents to network with each other to gain mutual emotional and social support.9. Interact with nature and gain appreciation of the environment.10.Engage in traditional camp experiences.
  7. 7. UNIQUENESS – INCLUSIVENESS & SAFETY Age Range All Allergens (not just “Major 8”) Day-camp & Overnight Options Parents Encouraged to Participate (family camping or volunteering) Physicians on-site 24-Hours; EMS Prepared to Respond Certified Food Managers Food Safety Inspections Score Food Safety Trainer Walk-Through Dietitian Review Specified Products & Companies Used Staff & Volunteers Trained
  8. 8. WHEN & WHERE June 9, 10 (Saturday – Sunday) Voyageur Environmental Center 7000 County Road 15; Mound, Minnesota 55364 (just west of Minnetrista) http://www.campvec.org/Contact_Us.html
  9. 9. PART 1 – BASIC INFORMATION
  10. 10. LAYOUTFacilities AFAA Camp uses: lodge, amphitheatre, parking lot,cabins, lake & waterfront & beach, archery range, trails, campfirepit, volleyball court & frisbee golf, field, etc.
  11. 11. REGISTRATION UPDATE Projected attendance 2012  19 children  13 adult campers  4 Medical staff  Numerous Activity Volunteers Cabin/group assignments (roster will be distributed June 9)  Girls’ cabin  Boys’ cabin  Additional Staff cabin
  12. 12. STAFF ROLES Activity Leaders & Assistants Cabin Leaders & Assistants Physicians Medical Staff assisting physicians Camp Director, AFAA Directors General Volunteers
  13. 13. 2012 STAFF Sadie Atkinson, FEEDS Facilitator & Health Intern Dr. Ramalingham Arumugam, MN Gastroenterology* Lynn Gabriel, Celiac Disease Foundation Twin Cities President Lars Johnson, FoodSafetyGuy Food Safety Trainer Terry Justin, L.P.N. Anne McLellan, AFAA Camp Director Nona Narvaez, AFAA Executive Director˚ Dr. Mee Lee Nelson, Southdale Pediatrics Dr. Jennifer Oldham, Healthpartners Dr. Nancy Ott, Southdale Pediatrics*˚ Jeff Schaefer, AFAA Co-Founder˚ Kristi Winkels, R.D., L.D., Eating With Food Allergies* Numerous Activity Volunteers*AFAA Medical Advisory Board Member ˚ AFAA Board of Directors Member
  14. 14. SCHEDULE - SATURDAYTime Activity8-8:45am Camper check-in8:45-9am Ice breaker string game9-9:30am Group welcome & orientation9:30-10:15am Special speaker & group interaction10:15-10:30am Snack break10:30-10:45am Camp cheers10:45-11:45am Archery11:45am-1pm Lunch & preparations/cleanup1-2pm Music or alternative2-2:15pm Prep for water activities2:15-3:15pm Canoeing3:15-4:15pm Snack; Swimming4:15--5pm Cabins to change5-6pm Dinner & preparations/cleanup6-7pm Hike7-8:45pm Campfire: marshmallows, singing, stories8-8:30pm Day campers check-out8:45pm- Cabins for bedtime prep
  15. 15. SCHEDULE - SUNDAYTime Activity7-8am Wake, clean up, packup8-8:15 Flag raising8:15-9:30am Breakfast9:30-10:15am Music or alternative10:15-10:45am Field Games10:45-11:15am Thank-you craft11:15-11:30am Snack11:30-11:45am Closing Program11:45am Evaluations & check-out12:15pm Staff clean-up
  16. 16. RAINY DAY ALTERNATIVES Indoor group games Yoga Nature Activities Indoor campfire
  17. 17. STATIONSCampers, upon arrival or departure visit these stations: Check-in/Check-out Health/Medical Cabins (or lodge for day campers) Lodge Area for first activity
  18. 18. FORMS Communication Chart/Emergency Numbers Cabin Roster Incident Forms Behavior Forms Special Considerations noted on Camper’s registration Teen Document of Services Form Othersavailable at www.minnesotafoodallergy.org/camp/formsPlease read before arriving at camp!
  19. 19. CONFIDENTIALITY Volunteers may not discuss or share campers’:  Medical information  Educational, demographic, religious information Volunteers may share information with M.D.s , Camp Director, AFAA Directors Campers may share their own information independently or in discussion group. This is okay.
  20. 20. EDUCATION FOR CAMPERS Food allergy reaction symptoms Autoinjector use (when/how) Meal Line with Meal Cards, Snack time  Make asking about ingredients routine  Teach questions to ask (specific to each camper)  Familiarize campers to label reading (ingredient lists & warning statements)  Expand understanding of cross-contamination  Train about management of allergens through allergen (not camper!) segregation, cleaning procedures, discussion
  21. 21. COMMUNICATION Medical Emergency on-site M.D. 911 Nona/Jeff and Keith; M.D. parent (if applicable) Medical Need M.D. Anne or Nona/Jeff or Keith if ice bag or other first aid supplies are needed Medical Question M.D. Cabin Issue Nona/Jeff/Anne Keith Food Question Nona/Cook Weather Monitoring: Voyageur Staff Nona/Jeff Anne Cabin Leader campers General Question Nona/Jeff/Anne
  22. 22. PART 2 – MEDICAL INFORMATION
  23. 23. HEALTH ISSUES FOOD ALLERGY TRIGGERS 2012 Campers –Milk, Egg, Peanut, Treenut, Fish, Shellfish, Soy, Wheat, Rye,Barley, Oats, Sesame, Sunflower, Lentil, Pea, Artichoke,Garlic, Eggplant, Millet, Vinegar, Lamb, Pork, Beef ADDITIONAL DIETARY RESTRICTIONS 2012Vegan, Vegetarian, Kosher REACTIONS SYMPTONS (Note: child may not have ability to verbalize sensations!)Abdominal pain, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Swelling (edema),Itching (hives), Coughing, Throat tightness, BreathingDifficulties, Lightheadedness, Skin redness & Nasaldischarge/watery eyes (the latter symptoms are lesscommon)
  24. 24. MEDICATION Reviewed and recorded by M.D. Distributed by M.D. with/without nurse’s or Directors’ assistance  M.D. quizzes campers on knowledge of medications each distribution time Stored in carrying container with camper’s medical information  Exception: when campers carry own medication per parent authorization Kept with M.D. - near campers - at all times, day/night
  25. 25. EPINEPHRINE AUTOINJECTORS Brands: Epi-Pen, Twinject, Adrenaclick Athough M.D.s are with campers at all times and will administer all routine and emergency medications, AFAA Camp staff and volunteers must know when and how to use epinephrine autoinjectors as well.
  26. 26. HEALTH CHECK-IN PROCEDURE1. Greet and confirm name of camper2. Match camper with their registration forms3. Check that these forms are present and completed (if applicable to camper): 1. Anaphylaxis Form (if applicable) 2. Asthma Form (if applicable) 3. Medical History Form (pages 4-5 of registration forms) 4. Emergency Medication Form (page 6 of registration form)4. Check that medications with camper match medications listed on Medical History Form 1. Note time of administration on Daily Administration Forms 2. Check expiration dates 3. Discuss with camper importance of taking medications (i.e. teaching “why”) 4. Confirm camper’s ability to self-carry (if applicable per p. 6 of registration forms) 1. Note self-carry container/bag and its location 5. Place medications in bag labeled with camper’s name & content list; file in box
  27. 27. HEALTH CHECK-IN PROCEDURE5. Listen to lung function: 5. Campers with compromised lung function should be medically treated as appropriate (e.g. albuterol) 6. If necessary, camper’s guardian/parent should be directed to seek further medical help immediately6. Check for highly communicable condition: 5. Lice 6. Ringworm 7. impetigo7. If highly communicable condition is present: 5. camper must be given instructions for OTC treatment (and bedding/personal item care, if applicable) 6. camper must return home for same-day treatment if camp or camper does not have the means to treat condition 7. camper can return to camp after same-day treatment has been administered 8. discussion should be discreet between M.D. and camper’s guardian/parent8. Check for cuts or bruises that may need care or observation
  28. 28. HEALTH CHECK-OUT PROCEDURE Greet and confirm name of camper Match camper with their medical forms Check that medications match medication list on bag Confirm guardian/parent identification Return medications to camper’s guardian/parent Provide follow-up advice if applicable Invite camper to return to AFAA Camp next year
  29. 29. M.D. RESPONSIBILITIES Medical Check-in when campers arrive Administration of medications throughout the day Possession of camper medications and medical files  During activities  In cabin at nighttime  Locked whenever possible  Within appropriate temperature parameters Respond to medical needs as they arise, including emergencies Determine if & when a camper’s medical situation requires them to return home or seek additional off-site medical care Medical Rounds Bedtime Assessments and Care Medical Check-out when campers depart Evaluate procedures and forms for subsequent AFAA camp sessions
  30. 30. MEDICAL INCIDENTS In the event of a minor medical situation:  M.D. will be alerted by one Leader while other Leader stays with kids and keeps activities flowing Medical incident report will be filed
  31. 31. MEDICAL EMERGENCIES In the event of a major medical situation:  M.D. will be alerted by one Leader while other Leader stays with kids and:  keeps activities flowing OR  removes kids to another location & activity (to distract, calm kids & be away from emergency attention)  AFAA Camp Directors will be alerted (Nona, Jeff, Anne)  Voyageur Director will be alerted (Keith)  911 will be called if necessary  Situation will be conveyed as clearly as possible (e.g. “Camper is experiencing anaphylaxis.”)  Designated camp Director will accompany camper (with parents, if applicable) to medical facility  Medical Incident report will be filled out by medical staff as soon as possible  Staff will talk with campers to calm, reassure, & address concerns
  32. 32. MEDICAL EMERGENCIES CONT’D All Minnesota ambulances are equipped with epinephrine, oxygen, and defibrillators. Campers would be transported to Ridgeview Medical Center, which is 11.44 miles (16 minutes) from the camp. In the event of needing to transport a patient upon doctor’s orders, the hospital is also equipped with medical helicopters for patient transport to Children’s Hospitals in Minneapolis or St. Paul, or to Hennepin County Medical Center.
  33. 33. PART 3 – MEALTIMES & SNACKS
  34. 34. MEALTIME OVERVIEWAllergen Cue CardsBuffet-line teachingWaiting line distractions/activities2 adults at each table!M.D. & Volunteer Staff supervise at all timesTables segregate allergens – not campers!Clean-up procedures
  35. 35. MEALTIME SAFETY: Adult Supervision Assignments Buffet line escort-educators for every child adults per table (2) room overview (2) Monitor garbage re cross contact of food & paper towels (1) Monitor scraping (1) Monitor that everyone takes new plate for seconds (1) Monitor allergen table (1) Bathroom/hand washing (2 minimum, more depending on #) Gather and take children needing post-meal medication to physician (2)
  36. 36. MEALTIME PROCEDURES - Handwashing1. Cabin and Activity Leaders take campers to lodge bathrooms (basement level) for handwashing 15 minutes before mealtime 1. Handwashing 1. includes soap 2. includes hands under running water for 30 seconds 3. includes thorough drying 4. includes care in keeping hands clean in interval between washing & eating 5. Dry floor with paper towels if floor gets wet (Wash hands again after wiping floor)
  37. 37. MEALTIME PROCEDURES –Waiting in Line2. Campers and Leaders line up by cabin group in lodge hallway outside of dining room (do not enter dining room until invited in)3. Campers sing & do hand clapping games while waiting to go through buffet line
  38. 38. MEALTIME PROCEDURES –Buffet Line 4. Campers will be invited to go through buffet line 2 at a time with one Leader (midway through the buffet line, the next 2 campers may start the buffet line) 1. Based on camper’s cue card allergen list, Leader will cue camper to: 1. habitually ask “Is [specify allergen] in this food?” 2. look at labels for allergenic ingredients 2. Leader will encourage camper to taste a variety of foods (even if a small amount) 1. for a balanced diet 2. to try new things
  39. 39. ALLERGEN CUE CARD
  40. 40. MEALTIME PROCEDURES CONT’D5. Parents who have more than one child will need Leaders to assist them6. Remember that no-one except on-duty certified FSM are allowed in kitchen7. Campers will sit at any eating table (but not activity tables) with the exception of tables that allow their allergens (indicated by tent cards or other signs)8. Two adults will sit at each table9. Two children can visit the restroom at a time (no-one is to go alone), supervised by an adult10.Campers may have 2nd & 3rd helpings USING A CLEAN PLATE11.Campers follow Clean-Up procedures (separate sheet)12.Campers will wash hands after Clean-Up tasks are completed
  41. 41. MEALTIME CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES Scrape scraps into garbage can Put dirty dishes appropriate locations Put garbage & recycling in appropriate locations Wipe tables with paper towels and cleaning spray Sweep floor WASH HANDS
  42. 42. MEALTIME CLEANERS Sweepers (depends on # of brooms) 2-3 table sanitizer sprayers (spray towels not tables) Chair movers and chair/table wipers the rest)
  43. 43. MEALTIME CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES CONTINUED Clean table first.  Spray sanitizer onto paper towels (2-3 campers will be designated per to do this task).  Wipe tables in a single strokes for each side of paper towel (this prevents cross-contamination).  Throw out paper towels in garbage. Remove chairs from under table before sweeping. Sweep under table. Wipe front, back, edges and seat of chairs as needed. Return chairs to tables. Sweepers finish around chairs, then walking areas (N /S/E/ W) starting together at one end of table area to opposite end of room.
  44. 44. MARSHMALLOWS/CAMPFIRE1. Two hours prior to campfire, area will be sprayed with yard insect repellant2. Campers at-risk for asthma should have albuterol administered prior to this activity.3. Instruction on FIRE SAFETY will be given by staff prior to this activity.4. Instruction on FOOD SAFETY will be given by staff prior to this activity.5. Campers will be supervised at all times, and discouraged from rowdy behavior.6. Campers should stand on side of campfire facing downwind.
  45. 45. MARSHMALLOWS/CAMPFIRE7. Disposable gloves used by staff to hand out each type of marshmallow, with glove disposal between distribution of different types (marshmallows and forks may be color or shape-coded).8. Campers will roast in groups according to dietary needs to prevent cross contamination.9. Groups will be rotated.10. All participants will wash hands after roasting/eating marshmallows
  46. 46. PART 4 – CAMPERS’ RESPONSIBILITIES
  47. 47. CAMPER RESPONSIBILITES Campers are responsible for their actions. Campers must respect themselves, other campers and adults, camp equipment and facilities, and the environment. Campers will demonstrate communication, cooperation, & caring. The following is Not Permitted by campers: Leaving an activity without permission or without adult supervision Endangering the health & safety of children or staff in any manner Smoking, alcohol or illegal or inappropriate drug use Theft or destruction of property Profanity or vulgar language (swearing) Hostile language towards others (name calling, teasing, disparaging comments) Weapons of any kind Inappropriate physical behavior (i.e. in a sexual manner or threatening gestures or body language, fighting)
  48. 48. DISCIPLINEWhen a camper does not follow the behavior guidelines, ParentLeaders or Staff or Volunteers will take the followingaction/steps: Indirect redirecting behavior (changing camper’s focus) Verbal redirecting of behavior (“please stop…” or “please do….”) Require camper to stand or sit by an adult leader Remove camper from activity Initiation of formal evaluation of behavior for possible dismissal Dismissal from camp (camper fees – including those of accompanying family members - are non-refundable if a camper is sent home for disciplinary reasons).
  49. 49. BEDS & BUNKBEDS Campers may choose their own bunkbeds Family campers (mothers with daughters; fathers with sons) have first priority for beds in the lofts Campers should not be allowed to leap from top bunk to top bunk In case of severe weather, do not leave the cabin: instruct campers to take shelter under bunkbeds
  50. 50. CABIN LEADERS – TASKS FOR CAMPERS  Tidy your bed  Put your clothes and things away after use  Hang wet clothes and towels on clothesline  Wipe counters  Sweep floor  Turn off lights and fans when no-one is in cabin  Ask how you can help!
  51. 51. CAMPERS’ GOOD NIGHT ROUTINE Did all campers in the cabin: Brush teeth? Yes No Use the toilet? Yes No Was the volume of campers:  Soft  Medium  Loud Were campers “reliable raccoons” (i.e. on task)?  No  “Sort-of”  You betcha! What time did your cabin turn out the lights and lock the door?
  52. 52. CABIN LEADERS – NIGHT & DAY Encourage campers to use toilet before bedtime (tired children sometimes do not wake at nighttime even when they need to relieve themselves) Close cabin doors and set alarm (this is to alert cabin leaders if a sleepwalker opens a door) Keep cell phones ON and FULL VOLUME (in case of medical situations, it may be necessary to communicate with individuals in other cabins) Wake early enough for washing, dressing, and getting all campers to deliver their belongings to the lodge porch and then get to the flagpole on time for flag-raising
  53. 53. CONFIRMATION OF ORIENTATIONA Confirmation of Orientation form, and other forms referred to inthis presentation are at www.minnesotafoodallergy.org/camp/formsTo verify that you have read and listened to AFAA Camp 2012Orientation Presentation, please sign and send the verification formto AFAA office By fax at 651 646-1421 or by scan to camp@minnesotafoodallergy.orgBecause orientation precedes camp, AFAA Camp volunteers will hitthe ground running once on-site! Thank you for taking the time toprepare for this important and exciting endeavor!
  54. 54. Narrator – Jeff Schaefer Copyright 2012

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