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    Gallery: Suicide survivors - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Amanda Garay holds a photo of her brother, Chris Langlais, a victim of suicide, at her home in Winslow on Aug. 3. Chris' family has started a golf tournament in his memory. The money raised funds for 10 campers to spend a week at Camp Kita— a camp for children who are suicide survivors. The camp, held at Pine Tree Camp, was founded by the Mosher siblings, who are themselves suicide survivors, to help children cope with their loss.

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    Campers splash around in North Pond in Rome during this summer's Camp Kita session. The camp was founded by the Mosher siblings as a summer bereavement camp for children between the ages of 8 and 17 who've lost a loved one to suicide. The Moshers lost their father, Chris, in 2002 to suicide.

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    Campers pose for a photo one day during this summer's Camp Kita session. The camp was founded by the Mosher siblings as a summer bereavement camp for children between the ages of 8 and 17 who've lost a loved one to suicide. The Moshers lost their father, Chris, in 2002 to suicide.

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    Campers sit on the dock at North Pond in Rome as the sun sets one day during this summer's Camp Kita session. The camp was founded by the Mosher siblings as a summer bereavement camp for children between the ages of 8 and 17 who've lost a loved one to suicide. The Moshers lost their father, Chris, in 2002 to suicide.

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    Siblings, from left, Sydney Mosher Menard, Morgan Mosher and Isaiah Mosher at Camp Kita, a camp they founded for children who have a loved one who committed suicide.

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    Gallery: Suicide survivors - Photo by Martha Gallagher | of | Share this photo

    Isaiah, 35, of Wells, Sydney, 30, of Saco, and Morgan Mosher, 32, of Boston, pose for a photograph at Camp Kita, the summer bereavement camp the siblings founded for children between the ages of 8 and 17 who've lost a loved one to suicide. The Moshers lost their father, Chris, in 2002 to suicide.

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    Campers at Camp Kita, a camp founded by the Mosher siblings for children who have a loved one who's committed suicide.

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