Summer camps make changes to deal with heat

THE BRONX - Day camps and summer camps in the Bronx are taking precautions to protect children from the heat wave.

The Williamsbridge NAACP Early Childhood Education Center is reducing the amount of time children play outdoors, supplying water for children who go outside and encouraging parents to use sun-block and dress their children in light fabrics.

For information on the heat waveWeather CenterExtreme heat tips

To find a cooling center in your area click here or call 311

To view our complete coverageSummer Scorcher: Continuing coverage

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