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Summer camp disputes Schoharie County fine

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A religious nonprofit group that operates two children’s summer camps in Schoharie County is alleging bias on the part of the county after receiving $26,000 in fines for not reporting injuries to campers. The New Jersey-based Oorah Inc. runs the GirlZone and BoyZone camps in Gilboa and Jefferson. The camps focus on providing Jewish children with wholesome activities and bringing them closer to their faith. The orthodox Jewish organization has been at odds with local, ...


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