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Local students attend KLC
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Olivia Lowry, Hoisington,  Aubrey Kempke, Claflin and Tanner Woolf, Bushton, attended Kansas Association for Youth  2012  KAY Leadership Camp.  Lowry is KAY Area VI president and a KAY officer at Hoisington High School.  Kempke and Woolf are KAY officers at Central Plains High School.  
KLC  is designed for students to have the opportunity to learn leadership techniques, methods of group guidance and ideas for programs, projects and parties and meet KAY member across Kansas. Members share ideas and have fun.
A wide variety of activities took place during the week—team and mascot meetings, leadership labs, creative projects and special interest options. Each day offered several recreational activities—archery, basketball, canoeing, crafts, dance, group and table games, horseback riding, swimming, volleyball and whiffleball.
The finale of each day was an evening program presented by dynamic speakers and camper participation.  The last night of camp included a banquet and traditional campfire.