Summer 4-H Mixes Fun With Learning

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Posted: July 15, 2014

David Glick, 6, (left) of New Market; Trent Strader, 7, (second from right) of Strasburg; and Maxwell Povlish, 6, (right) of Mount Jackson use trays filled with sponges and water to simulate rain runoff Monday at Summer 4-H camp at New Market Community Park. The first day of the four-day summer camp featured demonstrations from the Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. (Photos by Amelia Brust / DN-R)
Maggie Eaton, 7, (left) of New Market, and Carly Thomas,9, (right) of Mount Jackson, learn about rain runoff.
Nadia Mathews, 10, (left) and her sister Ariel, 7, (right) of Woodstock learn about rain runoff with a quick experiment at Summer 4-H camp.

NEW MARKET — Campers and teen volunteers huddled under a shelter Monday at New Market Community Park for the first day of Summer 4-H day camp.

The four-day program, open to members and...



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