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Applications for Camp Energy will be taken until June 6, 2011

Camp at Adair County High School will be first ever. It is students who will be in Grades 4-8, and will be a rare opportunity to explore alternative energy sources including solar, wind, biofuels, and even fuel-cell powered cars!
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By Heather Spoon

There will be a first-ever Camp Energy offered to all students who will be in Grades 4-8 during the next school year!

Since this camp was announced so late in the school year, we are still accepting applicants. Just drop by the Board of Education to fill out a camper enrollment form!

Forms will be accepted until Monday morning, June 6, 2011, at 11amCT. The camp will be held at Adair County High School from 8am-3pmCT on June 8-9, 2011.

We will be exploring several different forms of alternative energy sources, such as solar, wind, biofuels, and fuel cell-powered cars!

These two days will be packed with technology and fun! Lots of energy will be used by all!! Contact Heather Spoon for more information, Camp Energy is sponsored by GRREC, Lindsey Wilson College, DEDI, NEED, and the Energy Technology Career Academy. See you there!!!! -Heather Spoon
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