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Most boys love playing volleyball. But playing volleyball in your backyard and playing it in volleyball summer camps are very different. In your backyard children play it as a game with their friends, sometimes even creating their own rules and regulations. But at a volleyball camp, kids are trained under the guidance of experts from this field. They are categorized into small groups and each group has a professional coach to train them. In these camps the sport is played to enter the competitive arena of basketball play.




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Manual Milling Machine Set-Up and Operations-ADV 102 (601 W16) - LISD TECH Center - 1372 N. Main St., Adrian, MI
As an introduction to the vertical milling machine, you will learn manual mill operations including face milling, squaring stock, slotting, pocketing, cutting angels, and drilling. Learn how to calculate cutting speeds, use digital readouts, edge finders, and dial indications. Prerequisite: ADV 101 or equivalent knowledge. Instructor: Al Constable 517-265-1665


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Geography of Butte County, ID

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 2,233.59 square miles , of which 2,232.85 square miles is land and 0.74 square miles is water. The Little Lost River is located in Butte County. Its waters, along with the Big Lost River , disappear from the surface to flow underground into the Snake River Plain aquifer in Butte County. The county was named for the volcanic buttes that rise from the desert plain; the largest is Big Southern Butte , located in the southern part of the county. It rises 2,500 feet above the desert floor and was used as a landmark by pioneers. The southwestern portion of the county includes the visitor center at the Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve , which extends south & west into three other counties. Adjacent counties Clark County - northeast Jefferson County - east Bingham County - southeast Blaine County - southwest Lemhi County - northwest Custer County - northwest National protected areas Caribou-Targhee National Forest Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve Salmon-Challis National Forest Big Southern Butte was used as a landmark by pioneers. Highways - US 20 - US 26 - US 93 - SH-22 - .

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