Chronicles the experiences of eight children at a summer camp in Peekskill, NY in 10, half-hour episodes. The four boys and four girls have a variety of adventures, chiefly centering on ... See full summary »
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Jacqueline Allen ...
 Leslie Reynolds 1 episode, 1980
Ramona Brito ...
Barbara Brown ...
 Mrs. Riggs 1 episode, 1980
Robert Y.R. Chung ...
Brian Goldberg ...
 Stan Lipton 1 episode, 1980
Virgil Hayes ...
 Leo Bartlett 1 episode, 1980
Richard Levey ...
 Tom Page 1 episode, 1980
Powell McGill ...
 Swim Coach 1 episode, 1980
Cindy O'Neal ...
 Suzanne Freestone 1 episode, 1980
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 Cathy Ehlers 1 episode, 1980
Tasha Washington ...
 Ann Campbell 1 episode, 1980
Tino Zaldivar ...
 Domingo Ramos 1 episode, 1980
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Chronicles the experiences of eight children at a summer camp in Peekskill, NY in 10, half-hour episodes. The four boys and four girls have a variety of adventures, chiefly centering on nutrition. They learn to care about their health as it relates to eating and fitness and come to be good friends by the end of the summer. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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Afternoon Kids Fun
2 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

Nobody here in Ontario recalls the show except for me. I used to watch it for about 2 months every lunch time when I was 10 yrs old and going to school. After dad fed me lunch I would run downstairs to watch it, Then after the 2 months were over I never saw the show again which made me quite sad at the time. From what I can recall the show involved a group of about 6 or more youths at a summer camp. One was a fat kid who got a cold. I recall he came back to camp with the cold and the kids thought it strange that he got a cold in the summer. His mother told him that these were the worst kind. Basically, it taught youths how to treat other people there own age. The fat kid got picked on a lot but the kids always learned about proper behaviour. I wish i knew where i could get copies of the show.


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