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Alcona students classroom is in the woods, park

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News Photo by Betsy Lehndorff

Betsy Lehndorff - News Staff Writer - The Alpena News

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BLACK RIVER - Despite the threat of rain, 50 Alcona Community School eighth-graders got the chance to get out in the woods where they talked with naturalists and other community experts at Negwegon State Park Wednesday morning.

Their day-long visit organized by Helen-Ann Prince, education coordinator for Huron Pines AmeriCorps, capped classroom studies about the natural world, and endangered plants and animals...Read the full article here at The Alpena News

Created on Thursday, May 23, 2013
 
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