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Louisiana National Guard youth participate in spring camp

Leah Eichenauer, daughter of Louisiana Army National Guardsman Maj. Lida Eichenauer, shows off her art work on garden pavers honoring her parents at the annual “Operation: Military Kids Spring Camp Lagniappe” at the 4-H Camp Grant Walker in Pollock, La., April 30 -May 1, 2011. The pavers will be used to decorate the victory garden on the campgrounds. The camp included several other activities such as archery, canoeing, rock wall climbing, and marksmanship training and competition.



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This work, Louisiana National Guard youth participate in spring camp [Image 1 of 4], by TSgt Sienna Schehr, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.29.2011

Date Posted:05.13.2011 19:12

Photo ID:401345

VIRIN:110530-F-#####-005

Resolution:750x600

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Location:POLLOCK, LA, USGlobe

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