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Indoor Fun Saves Day for Camp ESCAPE Youngsters

Sand artists intently layer colors ...
Sand artists intently layer colors …
... en route to the proud reveal of their handiwork.
… en route to the proud reveal of their handiwork.

With Mother Nature delivering a cooler day and the potential for rain, scuttling plans for outdoor kickball and a trip to the East End Pool, the boys and girls in Camp ESCAPE stayed inside the Field House on Thursday for a hastily adjusted schedule of indoor activities. Flexing their creative muscles and honing their problem-solving skills, the campers created sand-art masterpieces in the morning and played “Minute to Win It” in the afternoon.
Photos by Jeremy R. Bottorf, coordinator of intramural sports and campus recreation

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