Children gather at their respective cabins July 20 and get ready for the day’s activities during a four-week summer camp session at Camp Sea Gull near Arapahoe, North Caroline. (Gray Whitley / Sun Journal)

Children gather at their respective cabins July 20 and get ready for the day’s activities during a four-week summer camp session at Camp Sea Gull near Arapahoe, North Caroline. (Gray Whitley / Sun Journal)

For many kids, summer means powering down for camp

Most sleepaway camps moved to ban personal electronics years ago, and kids seem not to mind at all.

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