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Fifteen young people enrolled in the weeklong Headwaters Science Centers Nature's Photography Camp. They held an art opening to display their photos to conclude the week. From left wearing T-shirts with their favorite images, Nikki Anderson-Weir,...

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Fifteen young people enrolled in the weeklong Headwaters Science Centers Nature's Photography Camp. They held an art opening to display their photos to conclude the week. From left wearing T-shirts with their favorite images, Nikki Anderson-Weir, shows her mother Terry Anderson some of her classmate's images. HSC also held a camp in Robotics and Eco-Explorers. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

Fifteen young people enrolled in the weeklong Headwaters Science Centers Nature's Photography Camp. They held an art opening to display their photos to conclude the week. From left wearing T-shirts with their favorite images, Nikki Anderson-Weir, shows her mother Terry Anderson some of her classmate's images. HSC also held a camp in Robotics and Eco-Explorers. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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