COLUMBUS – The Columbus Community Hospital held its annual SNAP Camp this week at the Columbus Wellness Center.

SNAP Camp is a two-day summer health camp for children entering grades 4, 5, and 6 this fall. SNAP stands for safety, nutrition, awareness, and physical activity, and the camp taught children how to make good and healthy choices in nutrition, exercise, and safety.

Topics covered during the camp’s two days included fire safety, medication awareness, food nutrition, and internet safety. Activities on Thursday related to emergency management, which hospital staff say is very important for children to learn at a young age.

SNAP Camp is held every summer at the beginning of August by the hospital, and organizers would love to have even more participants get involved next year.

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