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Keith Testa

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Climbing-CI-051314

Climbing-CI-051314

The Concord Parks and Recreation Department’s pre-school introduction to rock climbing at Evolution Rock and Fitness continued Wednesday morning, with Ben Larson and Kai Foranzee making up the day’s attendance. 0

May 13, 2014
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Climbing4-CI-051314

After a long day of climbing, Foranzee was all tuckered out. 0

May 13, 2014
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Climbing3-CI-051314

Larson peeks up for his next move. 0

May 13, 2014
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Climbing2-CI-051314

Foranzee embarks on the first few steps of what would be an impressive journey up the wall. He almost reached the top. 0

May 13, 2014
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Climbing1-CI-051314

Everything is more fun with a pool noodle. As evidence, we present Larson “limbo-ing” under the noodle held by Evo Rock and Fitness’s Sandy Decato while Foranzee looks on. 0

May 13, 2014
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20140506_voice

Tim looks pretty comfortable belting out those high notes in his first vocal lesson with local legend Emily Jaworski. 0

May 6, 2014
Just the artifacts, ma’am

Just the artifacts, ma’am

We spent an afternoon on location at DHR’s Dig Days to learn all about archaeology, and we’re pretty much pros now 0

May 6, 2014
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20140506_dig12

Success! Almost 30 centimeters down, St. Louis uncovered official evidence of the foundation that used to connect the buildings, complete with exposed ribar, which was precisely the day’s mission. Yay archaeology! 0

May 6, 2014
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20140506_dig11

Even the dirt itself can tell a story (we were hoping for “Goodnight Moon”). Above, Feighner compares dirt from the dig site with a soil color chart book to obtain more accurate information. 0

May 6, 2014