OSWEGO, N.Y. -- Some kids in Oswego spent the day off from school at Camp Hollis for the fourth annual Hollis Harvest. They played games, drew pictures and also took a hike near Lake Ontario.
The event was organized by students from SUNY Oswego who planned the event as part of a project for class.
"By being able to have a day of fun to come out to do nature walks and have activities where they can learn different things and be able to run around and interact with different kids in their school or in their county is really beneficial to them growing up as leaders in the community," said SUNY Oswego senior Samantha Calabrese.
Camp Hollis is a summer camp for boys and girls of all ages that has been in operation for over 60 years.