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NC Guard Kids have fun at summer camp

Campers at the North Carolina National Guard’s Youth Camp at the Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Educational Center, located in Reidsville, N.C., take to the lake during the camp held June 23 – 28. The camp was free of charge for children of North Carolina National Guard soldiers and airmen. Campers not only experienced canoeing, but also activities such as archery, horseback riding, climbing wall and ropes course, arts and crafts, environmental education, athletics and team building.
(Photo courtesy of Betsy-Jeff Penn 4H Educational Center/Released)



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Date Taken:06.29.2013

Date Posted:06.29.2013 22:25

Photo ID:963586

VIRIN:130628-Z-EC999-175

Resolution:899x568

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Location:REIDSVILLE, NC, USGlobe

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