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Sheriff's office Daycamp canceled

(KNZA)--The 19th annual Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Daycamp will not be held this summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sheriff Tim Morse made the announcement Saturday in a news release.

During the spring months where preparations and reservations are made for the Daycamp, Morse said there was too much uncertainty on whether the camp could be held or not. At the same time, he said the Sheriff’s Office had many of its own battles to keep employees and inmates healthy.  As a result, Morse said the decision was made that it would be best to wait until next year to have the camp.

Daycamp has been a vital part of building positive relationships with Jackson County youth, and Morse said they will continue to make it a part of their outreach to kids.

He said they are hoping for a spectacular, bigger and better Daycamp in 2021. 

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