Youth work and learn at military park in summer

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

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Their reasons are as varied as they are — 11 young people were selected in a random drawing from the nearly 60 young people from northeast Benton County and southwest Missouri who applied for positions in the Youth Conservation Corps working at the Pea Ridge National Military Park this summer. Most of the work was outside — rebuilding fences, cutting weeds, yard and maintenance work. There were learning opportunities as well. All were give an intepretive tour of the park.

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