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Kids in Decatur work to help others at camp

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The teens pay $30 to be a part of the camp. The teens pay $30 to be a part of the camp.
DECATUR, AL (WAFF) -

Kids across the Tennessee Valley are heading off to camp this summer.

This week is Decatur Youth Work Camp.

Teens from Morgan County and the youth group from the Beltline Church of Christ are spending the week fixing houses and doing yard work for the disabled or elderly.     

The group is working on 17 different jobsites.

They meet at 8 every morning and begin with a devotional.

The teens pay $30 to be a part of the camp.

"I really enjoy the feeling I get after helping somebody," said volunteer Brylee Holder. "I just think it makes us feel good and that's why we do it."

"I hope at the end of this, each one of them can say we've helped someone in a better way and they can look to the Lord to better it," said team leader, Ronnie Trammell.

Trammell encourages everyone to get out into your community and work to make it better.

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