SPOTLIGHT: Smokey (15 years of volunteering )

SPOTLIGHT!!   Mr. Doug Woodson   It was such a privilege to talk with Mr. Doug Woodson, aka Smokey, about his involvement in Sickle Cell Camp, and what continues to bring him back, year after year.   Doug is a retired Seattle Firefighter, he worked for the fire department for 27 years, and now he is enjoying his time doing what makes him happy. He heard about the Sickle Cell community… Read More »SPOTLIGHT: Smokey (15 years of volunteering )

Sickle Cell Camp 2016- My First Experience

When I first learned that I was going to Sickle Cell Camp with my sister. I was very nervous and scared. I was nervous because I didn’t know anybody who was going to attend the same camp except for my sister. And I didn’t know what to expect. I had mixed feelings and as the camp day approached I wasn’t sure I wanted to go. My parents encouraged me and… Read More »Sickle Cell Camp 2016- My First Experience

December 2016 NEWS

December NEWS Articles include: Sickle Cell Walk, Camp, Craig Jr. Transplant update, 44th Sickle Cell Disease Association of America 44th Annual Convention overview. View the complete December 2016 Newsletter.      

Sickle Cell Camp 2013

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Metropolitan Seattle Sickle Cell Task Force provides an annual camp (we just celebrated its 21st year) for local kids with Sickle Cell Disease at no charge to their families. To view photos, click on photo link or caption link. Published in September 2013 newsletter

Camp Korey: Family Camp

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2013-09-camp-korey-site-thumbnailCamp Korey is a nonprofit organization, which provides camping programs to children living with chronic or life-threatening medical conditions free of charge. They are located in Carnation, Washington…