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Lacrosse Summer Camps
Lacrosse is a game that requires great skills. This set of skills includes stick, shooting and defending. The best places to learn this game is at lacrosse summer camps which help thousands of children learn the game and improve their play every year. The course is provided by professional lacrosse players and each and every detail of the game is etched in the minds of the campers. Through this campers learn how to analyse the field while playing and to make strategies that could help their team win the game. The main focus of the training is fast play while using proper techniques of field management, overall development of the skills of the campers and learning tactics to play as a team when on the field.




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DISCOVERY - SAFE SITTER (Session 2) - Notre Dame Academy - 3535 W. Sylvania Ave., Toledo, OH
Participants in this course will learn the "basics of child care. Topics will include engaging in age-appropriate activities, safety, security, handling emergency situations and managing those hard-earned dollars! Basic child care skills will include diapering, feeding and maintaining a safe environment. Students will learn how to properly administer CPR in a life-threatening emergency, such as choking. At the conclusion of the course, participants will receive Certificates of Completion. LUNCH INCLUDED! 419-475-9359 x1008


Geography of Caledonia County, VT

According to the U.S. Census Bureau , the county has a total area of 658 square miles , of which 651 square miles is land and 7 square miles is water. Caledonia is the most populated county of the three in the Northeast Kingdom . However, it is the smallest in area of the three. The county has a number of brooks and rivers. The Connecticut River runs along the southeast and forms one of the eastern boundaries of the county. The northern towns are drained by the head branches of the Passumpsic River , which is the largest in the county. It flows south and empties into the Connecticut River in Barnet. There are the Wells, Stevens and Joe's Rivers in the south. In the west the head waters of the Winooski and Lamoille Rivers . There are about twenty lakes and ponds in the county. The largest are Harvey's Lake, in Barnet; Wells River and Lund's Ponds, in Groton; Cole's Pond, in Walden; Clark's and Center Ponds, in Newark; and Stile's Pond, in Waterford. There are falls at different places on the Connecticut, Passumpsic, Wells and Joe's Rivers. Stevens River, near its mouth, falls 80 feet in a distance of 20 rods . Some of the water power has been harnessed for electricity. There are sulphur springs in Wheelock, Haynesville, in Hardwick; and in St. Johnsbury, near the Moose River. Geology Underlying the county is mostly in calciferous mica schist district. There is argillaceous slate running through Waterford and Kirby, which narrows in Burke. Waterford had a lot of talc . This belongs to the gold bearing formations. Specimens of gold were found in town, and iron and copper pyrites in veins. But none in commercial quality. In Waterford there was an outcrop of slate that was quarried for roofing. Kirby Mountain, in Kirby, was largely granite of commercial quality. Ryegate had 300 acres granite on the south and west sides of Blue Mountain. The granite was created by volcanic action. This was a medium colored granite of commercial grain and .

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