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Campers discovered the world of critters and bugs at a recent 4-H Day Camp on July 18. Rain caused the location to move from Park Osagi on Lake Osakis, but it didn't put a damper on the kids' fun. As they learned about "creepy crawlies," day campers eagerly explored the bugs. Throughout the day, they made a huge web (pictured), spiders and butterflies and played games. Inside the web, campers ate lunch and read books from the Douglas County Library. The next day camp, set for August 1 in Evansville, will...

Campers experience 'creepy crawlies' at 4-H Day Camp

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Campers discovered the world of critters and bugs at a recent 4-H Day Camp on July 18. Rain caused the location to move from Park Osagi on Lake Osakis, but it didn't put a damper on the kids' fun. As they learned about "creepy crawlies," day campers eagerly explored the bugs. Throughout the day, they made a huge web (pictured), spiders and butterflies and played games. Inside the web, campers ate lunch and read books from the Douglas County Library.

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