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‘FBI Adventures of Will Chair’ – Author Shares Personal Experience in New Book
SCRANTON, Pa. -- A Scranton native is hoping to give back to Camp Spifida, a summer camp for children with disabilities Billy Kraser has spina bifida and now he's is self-publishing a children's book about acceptance, and he plans to donate half his profits back to his childhood summer camp. Kraser, 20, of Scranton, has spina bifida and says he often felt different growing up until he went to Camp Spifida in Millville. The summer program is part of Camp Victory and serves kids with disabilities ages 6 through 18.