Lubbock Fire Department hosts lunch for Camp Amistad kids - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Lubbock Fire Department hosts lunch for Camp Amistad kids

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Some kids who benefit from the Children's Miracle Network are spending their first night at camp.

On Friday, the Lubbock Fire Department helped send off the kids with a lunch.

Camp Amistad is for young burn victims, who will get the chance to experience fun summer activities.

John Lowe with UMC Health Systems said, "Camp Amistad has been around for 14 years and this camp allows these kiddos the opportunity to go and get to experience camp and get to do the activities there."

The kids will get to go to an amusement park with a pool and much more.

The camp is sponsored by Glasheen, Valles, and Inderman.

The first time sponsors also made the children goodie bags with towels, sunscreen, and snacks for their trip.

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