Summer camp science for Scouts


August 12, 2021

Caleb Vierkant/ Wrangell Sentinel

Mariah Carney (from left), Claire Rooney and Sienna Kiesler worked on a science project at the Girl Scouts summer camp last Friday at Shoemaker Park. The campers learned about how the surface tension of water works by trying to get rubber bands to float in a bowl of water. The Aug. 2-6 camp was open to girls from kindergarten through high school senior, and included art and science projects and learning more about the outdoors....

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