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In 1973, the Koch family wanted their land to be donated and used as a nonprofit camp for Deaf and Hard of Hearing children to promote their skills in leadership and nature (Reference). That became Camp Taloali. To fulfill the family's ultimate goal, a summer camp program was established on it every summer for Deaf and hard of hearing children aged 6-15. Campers can continue to be involved with Camp Taloali by becoming Counselors In Training to be hired as future counselors.