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swim2-CI-081313

Competition was fierce, but the cheering was fiercer. Well, mostly. On the right side in the photo above, the Rollins Rays quietly root on their teammate. “We’re not the loudest team, we’re not the biggest team, but we try hard,” said coach Kyle Deland. The other squads flexed those vocal muscles with some… 0

August 13, 2013
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20130813_camp9

Elaine Hamel of Girls At Work teaches Arianna Laliberte how to use a table saw. 0

August 13, 2013
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swim1-CI-081313

Ian Wagner keeps close watch on the times during a heat at the city swim meet Aug. 2. Six of the city’s pools were represented by five teams (Keach and Merill joined forces) for an Olympic-worthy morning. 0

August 13, 2013
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20130813_camp8

A pre-canoe trip tip drill, just in case. 0

August 13, 2013
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20130813_camp7

In camper-on-counselor Jello forcefeeding nomenclature, this is known as a “no thank you bite.” 0

August 13, 2013

The great Concord worm races of 2013

The Concord Public Library held worm races last week. Contestants chose a worm and placed them in the center of a circle. Whichever worm squirmed its way to the edge of the circle first won! There were plenty of intrepid worm whisperers on hand, with worms like Squirmy, Diapers and Cheeks. Competition was fierce; in… 0

August 13, 2013
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20130813_camp6

The camp’s totem pole. 0

August 13, 2013
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20130813_camp5

The struggle to pull a canoe to shore during a tip drill. 0

August 13, 2013
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worm2-CI-081313

Charlie Murdoch, 6 Winner, Night Crawlers Division Worm name: Drill 0

August 13, 2013
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20130813_camp4

Cabin cleanliness is graded on a star system daily – winner gets a pizza party! 0

August 13, 2013