VIAN, Oklahoma - Parents across Oklahoma have only a few days left to enroll their high school students in an award-winning camp that helps promote diversity, human relations and leadership skills.

The Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice is holding its 20th annual Camp Anytown June 16th through June 22nd at Dwight Mission Camp in Vian, Oklahoma.

Campers represent a wide variety of racial, religious, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds. They work together and with trained camp counselors to promote tolerance and understanding, all while enjoying traditional summer camp activities.

Applications for this year’s camp must be received by May 15th, 2013. Anytown 2013 can accept up to 50 students. The cost for the week-long camp is $300. The fee includes round-trip bus transportation from Tulsa, meals and housing, an Anytown t-shirt and all workshop materials. Scholarship assistance is available.

For more information on the camp and how to enroll, visit www.occjok.org.