22 Jun
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2015 Camp Carpe Diem Review

EFGA recently wrapped up the 2015 session of Camp Carpe Diem. Jill, a member of both the Georgia affiliate’s Youth Advisory Council and the Georgia Board of Directors, served as a cabin counselor at this year’s camp. Here she shares her perspective of the camp program, both as a counselor and a person with epilepsy. […]

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23 Jun
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Camp Carpe Diem “Hits the Road”

Participants in Camp Carpe Diem 2014 were treated to a Road Trip, enjoying new experiences, travels to exotic locations and a week filled with fun adventures. Upon arrival, campers received a passport to record all their travel memories and thoughts. They were then assisted by camp staff to their luxurious camp accommodations, which featured travel-themed […]

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13 Mar
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Camp Carpe Diem 2013 Review

This year Tinsel Town traveled to Twin Lakes as Camp Carpe Diem had a Hollywood theme. We have camp mascot and ace Hollywood reporter Julius Seizure Frog to report on the activities of the week…

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13 Mar
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Inaugural Gary Summers Camp Scholarship Awarded

Gary Summers was a long time member of our Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia family serving on the board of directors. He was a constant presence at every EFGA event, helped to coordinate epilepsy presentations to federal employees through his workplace, the US Department of Labor, and served in a leadership role as our Treasurer for many years. Tragically, we lost Gary in January 2013 after a courageous multi-year battle with cancer.

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