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About CRS
What is CRS? Faced with at question like that, you might find yourself struggling to provide an answer, which satisfies the person asking the question as well as yourself. The truth is that CRS means something different to anyone, who has ever visited one of the camps in either Red Hook, Clinton or Stendis. 

In the sub-menu on the left, you are able to obtain more factual information about the history of Camp Rising Sun, the foundations behind the camps, as well as the program. In terms of what CRS actually means, this page is dedicated to helping you provide a satisfactory answer whether it is yourself, your parents, children, colleagues or your partner who is inquiring! Therefore, please submit your own answer to the question "What is CRS?" and your submission will along with everyone else's be published later on, as part of the official definition to the question, "What is CRS?"

In order to submit your personal answer to the question "What is CRS?" please press this link and update you profile with your answer!

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HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found

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Detailed Error Information:

Module   IIS Web Core
Notification   MapRequestHandler
Handler   StaticFile
Error Code   0x80070002
Requested URL
Physical Path   D:\Web\\Safety\Stat9\Stat.php
Logon Method   Anonymous
Logon User   Anonymous

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