11-year-old Shawn Harris's dad is his hero. That's what he drew in the mural they made together.
"We're superheros, standing on top of buildings, looking for crime," explains Shawn.
Kids doing arts and crafts, telling jokes and singing songs. These kids are making typical summer memories with their dads, but this camp isn't typical, because all of the dads are serving time behind bars.
"It helps me out a lot because I worry about him a lot," says his dad, Juvon Harris. "A lot of things I want to tell him and show him and teach him."
It's a one-week camp organized by the nonprofit Hope House. They bring kids from across the state to visit their parents behind bars. Shawn lives in Baltimore and this is the one time he sees his dad each year.
"He's grown a lot in size and maturity," says his father. "Last year he was here, we had to have a big talk. So he stepped up his game in school."
"I think it's tough a lot of times at the end of the week," says North Branch case manager Gary Sindy. "But I think it can only be beneficial and hopefully it works for the future."