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Alissa Scott, left, sits with other campers during a music session at Camp Evergreen. The three-day camp is designed to help children manage the mourning process. (Teri Nine/Alive Hospice)
Alissa Scott, left, sits with other campers during a music session at Camp Evergreen. The three-day camp is designed to help children manage the mourning process. (Teri Nine/Alive Hospice)
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The kids who go to Camp Evergreen in White Bluff, Tennessee, outside Nashville have something in common that they'd rather not: They've all recently had someone close to them pass away.

As Emily Siner (@SinerSays) from Here & Now contributor WPLN reports, kids and counselors alike find some comfort in grieving together.

This segment aired on August 2, 2017.

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