Let the games begin – not in London but rather on the Fond du Lac Reservation. It's all part of the Native American Lax-4-Life Camp.
It's a week-long program developed around the sport known as Lacrosse.Organizers said it's a way of offering a healthy alternative to gangs, drugs, violence and obesity while teaching young Native Americans about the cultural sport.
"It's a game that we use to heal our sick. We play for the creator's enjoyments, disputes -- and disputes used to be settled over it," said Lax-4-Life co-founder Clint Letch.
Kids from 8 different tribal communities are part of this year's Lax-4-Life camp on the Fond du Lac Reservation.