Camp Kita, a summer camp here in Maine for child survivors of suicide, is hosting its first annual Touch-A-Truck fundraising event at the Sanford Seacoast Regional Airport this Saturday May 31st from 10am - 2pm!  Touch-A-Truck is a family friendly event that offers children of all ages a hands-on opportunity to explore a variety of a service vehicles and machinery and meet the people that build, protect and serve our local communities!  Come and hang with Dom and check out these trucks! $5 per person or $20 per family. All proceeds benefit Camp Kita! More info here...

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Camp Kita is a summer camp for child survivors of a parent’s suicide. It is founded by the Mosher siblings whose father passed away in July of 2002 by suicide when they were teenagers. The siblings struggled for years with their grief in isolation. As adults they came together to heal, raise awareness and help child survivors feel supported. Camp Kita (Abenaki-Penobscot for “listen”) will hold its first camp week this August 17th – 23rd. The week-long focus is to create a community of young suicide survivors who support each other, ease the stigma and isolation that survivors often experience and provide learning about constructive self-expression and grief all while experiencing traditional Maine summer camp fun at the same time. Please see their website for more information about how to apply or how to help this cause: www.campkita.com