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Heartland Farm Peace Campers focus on Native Americans

Campers prepare to learn to play LaCrosse, a game of Native American origin, with home made LaCrosse sticks they made at Heartland Farm Peace Camp which was held the first week of June.

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Heartland Farm held its annual Peace Camp the first week of June, with 20 children in attendance.   The theme this year was Native Americans, said Marilyn Pearson, camp spokesperson.
The one week day camp is for kids ages 8 to 11, with several from Great Bend and Ellinwood, and one from Timken this year.  The Dominican Sisters rented a van to bring the kids to and from the farm each day, where they stayed from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day.  Several volunteers helped with presentations throughout the week.  
On Monday, Rhonda Westerhaus of Pratt did ...

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