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| 30 May 2016
Eliza Dushku wants girls admitted to Camp Hale.
Having co-presented a check to the camp's parent organization, she expressed her goal to open the camp (which her brothers attended) to girls. In addition, she and her family are launching a foundation to fund other charitable initiatives. See also
the Boston Globe.
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