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June 26, 2012
Counselor T Lawrence Simon helps a camper on the trapeze at Circus Smirkus, a residential circus summer...
LYNDONVILLE, UNITED STATES
Counselor T Lawrence Simon helps a camper on the trapeze at Circus Smirkus, a residential circus summer...
Counselor T Lawrence Simon helps a camper on the trapeze at Circus Smirkus, a residential circus summer camp in Lyndonville, Vermont June 16, 2012. From high-wire walking to plankton propagation to posture lessons, summer camps  are offering an increasingly diverse range of activities compared to the canoe  trips, swim lessons and marshmallow-roasting of yore. The popularity of  alternative camps is helping fuel growth amongst the estimated 12,000 summer  camps in the United States. Despite the stagnant economy, revenues at day camps  grew by 23 percent between 2008 and last year and by 7 percent at sleepaway  camps, according to the American Camp Association, which says the 2,400 organized camps it accredits have combined annual revenues of $2.8  billion. Picture taken June 16, 2012. To match Feature USA-CAMP/ REUTERS/Herb Swanson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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