Carnival and American Cancer Society Hold Festive Sendoff to R.O.C.K. Camp for Kids with Cancer

 

photo: Joyce Oliva/Carnival Cruise Lines

Carnival Cruise Lines President and CEO Gerry Cahill and Carnival mascot Fun Ship Freddy joined 25 kids with cancer for breakfast, music and dancing at a festive Hawaiian-themed sendoff to R.O.C.K. (Reaching Out to Cancer Kids) Camp at Carnival headquarters. Sponsored by Carnival Cruise Lines, the American Cancer Society is sending 55 South Florida (25 from Miami-Dade County and 30 from Broward County) kids ages 7-16 to Camp Boggy Creek at Eustis, Fla. Founded in 1976, R.O.C.K. Camp was the first weeklong summer camp created for children with cancer in the United States.

Source: NewmanPR

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