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Wells Fargo awarded a $10,000 grant to the MCGHealth Children's Medical Center to help expand Camp Sweet Life, a new camp for children with insulin-dependent diabetes.

This year's camp is scheduled for Sept. 10-12 at Camp Twin Lakes in Rutledge, Ga. Jamie (front, from left), Mac, Shane and Carter Daly and Katie Lawhead (back, from left), child life specialist, Susan Hunnicutt, Wells Fargo market president, Dr. Christopher Houk, pediatric endocrinologist, Meredith McKnight, certified diabetes educator and Jim Mumford, administrative director of pediatrics in ambulatory and network services were at the donation ceremony.  Special
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This year's camp is scheduled for Sept. 10-12 at Camp Twin Lakes in Rutledge, Ga. Jamie (front, from left), Mac, Shane and Carter Daly and Katie Lawhead (back, from left), child life specialist, Susan Hunnicutt, Wells Fargo market president, Dr. Christopher Houk, pediatric endocrinologist, Meredith McKnight, certified diabetes educator and Jim Mumford, administrative director of pediatrics in ambulatory and network services were at the donation ceremony.

This year's camp is scheduled for Sept. 10-12 at Camp Twin Lakes in Rutledge, Ga. Jamie (front, from left), Mac, Shane and Carter Daly and Katie Lawhead (back, from left), child life specialist, Susan Hunnicutt, Wells Fargo market president, Dr. Christopher Houk, pediatric endocrinologist, Meredith McKnight, certified diabetes educator and Jim Mumford, administrative director of pediatrics in ambulatory and network services were at the donation ceremony.


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