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A Cape Elizabeth resident

“Eleven children from various parts of the United States travel to Maine in the summer for Cousins Camp. Carol has given them a unique experience learning about marine life in the tide pools along the coast. The children, from six to fourteen years of age, quickly accepted Carol as a friend, and together they discovered the diversity of living organisms, including baby lobsters. It was a memorable activity for the children.”