Camp Leo participant and Bluffton resident Annabell Granger, 6, rides on the shoulders of counselor Callie Fralix, a former camper, during a Wednesday outing to the Greenwood Forest pool in Sea Pines on Hilton Head Island. Annabell, who suffers from a retinal disease called cone-rod dystrophy, is one of 25 sight-impaired children who attended last week's camp.
Camp Leo participant and Bluffton resident Annabell Granger, 6, rides on the shoulders of counselor Callie Fralix, a former camper, during a Wednesday outing to the Greenwood Forest pool in Sea Pines on Hilton Head Island. Annabell, who suffers from a retinal disease called cone-rod dystrophy, is one of 25 sight-impaired children who attended last week's camp. JAY KARR/The Island Packet
Camp Leo participant and Bluffton resident Annabell Granger, 6, rides on the shoulders of counselor Callie Fralix, a former camper, during a Wednesday outing to the Greenwood Forest pool in Sea Pines on Hilton Head Island. Annabell, who suffers from a retinal disease called cone-rod dystrophy, is one of 25 sight-impaired children who attended last week's camp. JAY KARR/The Island Packet

Camp Leo gives sight-impaired children a chance to let loose

July 18, 2011 12:01 AM

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